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Designer Jennifer Koff shares her approach to accessorizing your home using the analogy of a baker. Treat small accents as amplifications atop your cake, not as part of the core recipe. Accessories are neither batter nor frosting; they are the maraschino cherries, the sprinkles, the snapping wild sparklers. Accessories are meant to complement the existing celebration of the textiles and silhouettes in your space. When accessorizing, do not base your interior’s cohesion on just one item. If your entire color story and aesthetic revolve around, let’s say, one accent pillow to pull together an entire room, you’re doing it wrong. If you were to strip your space clean of accents, the core pieces of furniture should be able to speak to the essence of your desired aesthetic. Accents are the punctuation to the sentence; your furniture is the words, and when done right, you’ll make one hell of a statement.