A dress form can be a quirky design accessory, and if you're crafty, it's helpful too. I just bought this 1920s-era dress form from a friend, and I am absolutely in love with it. If you don't have room for an actual dress form, you can get the next best thing with Ballard Designs Laundry Room Prints ($49-89). Whether it's for sewing or just for show, do you own a dress form?
Does this ever happen to you: You come home in a rush, take off your clothes and accessories, and throw them everywhere? Though we all love and cherish our clothes, sometimes we treat them like crap. These Pottery Barn Dress Forms ($169-$199) are pretty solutions to an ugly mess. Wrap your darling scarves around them, help your belts retain their shape, and throw your outerwear around the shoulders. It also comes in a Wire Mannequin ($89, originally $129) if your bedroom is a bit funky.