New Years Eve Interior Design Touches that Sparkle

New Year’s Eve. Whether you’re watching the shiny ball drop, at a party dancing under a silvery disco ball or simply clinking champagne glasses together, it’s a night filled with shimmer, sparkle and bling. Why not keep the celebratory, sparkly spirit in your home all year long by adding a fun and festive item to your decor? Here are some New Years Eve interior design touches that sparkle!




Hello shimmer. You could have a pillow with a few sequins or you could have one with a lot. I say, go for a lot of sequins…but on just one accent pillow on your couch. Check the pillow out over on Etsy.


I am loving this bed from Anthropologie. It feels stately, regal and special and can be surprisingly versatile. It can look feminine when paired with ruffled bedding in a blush-colored room. Or, go a different direction and have some sleek bedding push the room a bit more modern allowing the hand-embossed, detailed pattern be the hero in an otherwise clean and simple room.


Look at those mirror squares going around this accent table — it’s just like the middle of a disco ball! This would be great as an accent table in your living room or even as a tiny bedside table.  We found it over at High Fashion Home.


One of my favorite chandeliers these days is this Jonathan Adler stunner, the Meurice Rectangle Chandelier. The sprinkling of bulbs throughout the fixture is remniscent of holiday lights while the polished nickel finish adds a sophisticated shimmer. Available in brass (gorgeous!) and bronze, too, this large size would be perfect over a dining room table, while the smaller version (see below) would be nice in an entryway or even as pendants over nightstands on either side of the bed.


And one final piece that would really set a festive for a New Years Eve with interior design touches that sparkle…


These West Elm mercury glass bottle vases are just as pretty on their own or clustered in a group. Enjoy them year-round in groupings on top of the mantle.

Happy decorating, happy home, and most of all, happy new year to you! We hope you enjoyed our New Years Eve interior design touches that sparkle.

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