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Explore - Decorations
Icelandic textile designer Bryndis Bolladottir's "Kula" trivets are handmade of local felted wool and will lend a craft-y, DIY-y feel to any tabletop—along with a soft, tactile feel.
An iconic vice gets a delicate glass display. Bracher’s cigarette holder allows voyeurs to watch as smoke rises and ash descends.
Realizing one of Wong’s final concepts, Lepage’s contribution converts the tactile nature of print into an altogether different sense. This scented candle was designed to capture the...
This clever textile eliminates the need to fumble with curtain cords. Embedded magnets allow the drapes to be easily arranged—–and secured—–with a scrunch.
A vertical garden is in everyone’s reach with these tillandsia holders. Even the smallest and most unconventional of spaces can host a splash of green with the help of these trident-like...
These pots in 15 different colors can be emblazoned with a logo or, if an insignia isn’t your style, left plain. Bauer’s line of ceramics extends from the kitchen to the living room to...
Gainey Ceramics has been turning out crisp, clean-lined ceramicware since the 1940s. Years of perfecting their craft lead to this contemporary take on their iconic Cylinder planter from the 1960s....
Go ahead and leave this stainless-steel watering can out in the rain. You won’t have to fuss about rust. It also comes in three different sizes.
Keep desktop clutter under control with these modular organizers manufactured in Petaluma, California. This compartmentalized vessel can serve as a makeshift pot while also holding writing...
Terra-cotta planters are ubiquitous, but these pots (available in white or natural clay) by Brooklyn-based designer Megumi Yoshida update the typology with a mod geometric bent. Only downside: The...
Modern housewares manufacturer Alessi teamed up with Finnish designer Eero Aarnio to create the Diva, a curvaceous green, black, or white watering can that looks as good as it is handy.
The Danes have really been flexing their design muscle as of late and this set of candlesticks from BoConcept is no exception. We dig the retro shapes and colors and think that these rubber...
"The brutal shape and bright pink of these vases remind me of Ettore Sottsass, a designer whom I've been a fan of since I was a kid growing up in Ashburnham, Massachusetts."&mdash...
Portland, Oregon's Esque studio uses recycled glass to make this water drop–shaped jug. And their committment to green design extends even further—the forms are processed in an electric...
Create your own “altered” space with this handcrafted tea light totem. The piece provides a quiet moment of warm contemplation wherever it’s displayed. We suggest grouping a...
Defying gravity, Boskke's unique upside-down planter encourages abundant greenery without sacrificing floor space.
Inspired by the medieval armors, helmets and fencing masks, these silver grid vases reflect the grandiose history of Britain and the story of its knights. Stylish and beautiful, they can be used to...
The classic schoolroom globe gets an elegant makoever in this fully functional, chic metal version, which rotates on a classic metal base. It can be detached from the mounting for closer...
Hay, the Danish tastemakers whose collection is slowly filtering into the U.S. retail market, offers these wool pillows in 11 shades of Kvadrat's Hallingdal fabric. We love their bright and...
Three connected vases perform an understated balancing act, while cheery accent colors and pale wood nod to Nordic design.