vases

The humble vase is taking centre stage in all our rooms. No longer just a vessel to accommodate bunches of beautiful blooms, it is now an objet d’art; a masterpiece in ceramic or glass, it doesn’t need flowers to shine. 

In the world of fashion, it’s the accessories that make the difference and adding them is often the most affordable way to update your look. Well, it’s the same for our interiors: the cushions, the lamps and, of course, the vases that really transform our decor. These added details don’t have to break the bank and will most certainly be Insta-worthy. Which explains the rise in appeal for the vase. 

Cut or blown to all shapes and sizes, vases obviously look incredible with a burst of hydrangeas or pampas grass, but the detail and paintwork alone make these decorations stand out alone. Vaiselle, the handmade tableware brand, is the most stunning collection of hand-painted pieces that are timeless, not to mention works of art. 

Vaisselle is a unique handmade tableware brand

Another success story is that of Klimchi, around since 1905, it is known for handcrafting beautiful glassware, but it’s had a recent injection of creativity under the guidance of creative director Frantisek Jungvirt. He has pushed Klimchi’s designs to embrace techniques that have been forgotten, making these unique works perfect for tables across the globe. 

And finally, amidst many other incredible designers, we have to give Anissa Kermiche a mention. She made her mark in fine jewellery, however turned her talented hand to homeware objects, initially launching with the now famous Love Handles, an oversized vase depicting a navel and bum. The Jugs jug, Breast Friend vase and Popotin pot have since followed, but nothing can compare to the cult status of the original Love Handles.

So, whether you’re a traditionalist after something classic or perhaps looking for a bold, punchy update, we have the vase for your home…

 

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A vase will add drama, colour and warmth to a room, especially as the days grow darker and colder.

The Anissa Kermiche collection of home objects is a joyous celebration of the female form.


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