Home Decor Finds: Amazing Agate

Whether found in nature or replicated in design, agate adds flair to home decor.


Use a Coaster

Using agate as the raw material for coasters allows the stone’s natural beauty to shine. These coasters from West Elm ($59 for set of four) come in a variety of colors. West Elm, Palm Beach Gardens (561-799-2407, westelm.com)

Beginning to End

Jonathan Adler‘s teal agate bookends ($195) are made from natural mineral sourced from Brazil, and no two pieces are the same. Jonathan Adler, Miami (305-576-0200, jonathanadler.com)

Feeling Blue

This Abyss agate bath rug by Bloomingdale’s ($690) replicates the gemstone’s dynamic design and is 100-percent cotton. Bloomingdale’s locations (800-777-0000, bloomingdales.com)

Solar Power

Mecox Gardens‘ Solarium agate chandelier ($3,500) puts a futuristic twist on the ancient stone and features a brass finish. Mecox Gardens, West Palm Beach (561-805-8611, mecox.com)

Going Green

This agate napkin ring by Kim Seybert ($144 for set of four) combines a slice of agate and a crystal lucite base for a truly modern piece. Pioneer Linens, West Palm Beach (561-655-8553, pioneerlinens.com)

Simple Spread

RabLabs specializes in agate home goods, and these Fusio spreaders ($84 for set of two) are made out of semiprecious agate and edged in 24-karat silver. Neiman Marcus locations (888-888-4757, neimanmarcus.com)

Color Spectrum

D.L. & Co.’s mineral tray ($85) features a unique crystal agate design ensconced in black lacquer. (888-338-8111, burkedecor.com)

Living Color

Agate’s natural luminescence makes it ideal for lighting fixtures. This agate table lamp ($425) is made of natural agate and metal. Neiman Marcus locations (888-888-4757, neimanmarcus.com)

Time’s Up

This agate table clock ($149.95) by Z Gallerie honors the agate’s inherent shape. Z Gallerie, Palm Beach Gardens (561-622-4504, zgallerie.com)

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