The print on this switch was taken from a wallpaper design from the 1930’s. Like most of the switches below, it ranges from $15 to $20 depending on size.
To add some rustic charm to a space, look for something like this Recycled Slate switch plate. It was created from old roofing tiles made of authentic Vermont slate, which means it’s eco-friendly and one of a kind.
If you want to upgrade your shabby space to “shabby chic”, these handmade copper switch plates are a great place to start.
Add a little something to your kitchen with hand painted ceramiccutlery switch plates...they’re adorable, are they not?
These mirrored switch plates are made of real glass, and are one of the more versatile of the bunch. Use them to dress up any room in your house.
If you love the middle-eastern-influenced style of Pier 1, try incorporating these Henna switch plates. Their rich jewel tones and bold designs convey a fun, ethnic flair.
Add a little exotic wood to the mix with this Zebrawood switch plate. It’s a beautiful finish and could easily compliment many different style homes.
This plate is made from a George Barbier illustration from the 1920’s...very Great Gatsby. It would make a great finishing touch to an Art Deco space.
Since Anthropologie is the cute hardware central, I had to check out what they had to offer. These whitewashed iron plates caught my eye right away- they’re crazy adorable.