|Large fuchsia antler|
Cassandra Smith's painted antlers are slightly eerie and really beautiful. Smith finds the antlers in the Wisconsin woods; they're shed naturally by deer each year, so they're cruelty free. (I would never recommend them otherwise.) Their bumpy, prongy texture contrasts nicely with the pale, bright, or metallic colors. I'd put one atop a pile of pretty art books—or alone at the center of a table.
|Aqua striped antler|