The world's most important pollinators have a big job to do, and we can honor them in delightful bee-themed decor. We are not talking about living bees, mind you, but rather those found on these honey-sweet home accents.

We have gathered some of our favorite bee-themed accents below, such as our Queen Bee Burlap and the charming Bee Skep Print. We hope you enjoy reading some interesting facts about these hard-working creatures, including their favorite plants and flowers and how to create a garden that will attract them. If you want to learn more about the importance of these pollinators, click here.

Bee Skep Print
Queen Bee Burlap Pillow America The Bee-utiful Print

Bee & Lavender Sachet Gift Box

Popular for Pollination

Honeybees count for 80% of all insect pollination. Encourage bees to pollinate your garden with these helpful tips:

  • Do not use pesticides. You may be doing more harm than good when using chemical pesticides as they are not selective — they may destroy garden-friendly insects in addition to those you may not want around.
  • Use native plants. Always better than non-native invasive species that out-compete the local flora. Studies also show that bees are more attracted to native, local plants.
Cedar Insect House
  • More color. Choose several colors of flowers to encourage the bees to buzz around your entire garden area. Bees especially love blue, white, purple and yellow.
  • Plant in clumps. Make flower-finding easier on your bee visitors by planting groups of flowers together so they are densely packed, rather than sparsely spread, throughout an area.
  • All shapes and sizes. There are 4,000 species of bees in North America. Just like humans, they all come in different shapes and sizes. Having a range of flower types and options will allow the bees to have more pollen access opportunities.
  • Diversity is key. Bees pollinate throughout the year, and some bees are only around for certain seasons. Encourage healthy pollination by keeping various flowers in bloom all year long.
  • Purchase a cedar insect house. The Cedar Insect House, shown left, will not only attract bees to your garden — it will also help keep unwanted pests away.

Bee Kind Rustic Print Black Awning Stripe Hammock Swing

Flowers Bees Love

Here are just a few bee favorites to plant in your garden:

  • Aster
  • Black-eyed Susan
  • Huckleberry
  • Lupine
  • Goldenrod
  • Elder
Mixed Faux Floral Bouquet

Teapot With Bee Potholder

Bee Kitchen Accents & Accessories

Go all a-buzz in the kitchen with delightful bee kitchen accents like our Teapot with Bee Potholder.

Bee-themed kitchen accessories like our Bee Olive Wreath Apron and our delightful Bee Clean Liquid Soap will add a smile to your face while you prepare daily meals.

And while you work in the kitchen, you'll probably have a great view of your glorious gardens — all made possible with a little help from your fuzzy little friends. 

Bee Olive Wreath Apron Bee Clean Liquid Soap