home: favourite thing [ vases ]
Who doesn’t love a vase, especially when they are as stunning as these examples from Oliver Bonas.
The coloured glass on these vases shimmer in the light giving a modern take on a retro design. Use these vases for bouquets and stems, but you could equally leave them empty as an ornament alongside other vessels
Available now from oliverbonas.com
[ from £26 ]
home: favourite thing [ glass vase ]
This smoked glass vase is the perfect addition to any room. Blending modern and vintage design, this gorgeous vase would look good on its own or mixed with other vases.
Available now from zarahome.com
[ £29.99 ]
home: trend [ jewel tone glassware ]
Key trend of the season, jewel tones are staying around. An easy and beautiful way to introduce these tones of colour to any room, is with glassware.
Glasses, vases, plates, dishes, bowls, jars – when in beautiful jewel tones, are pieces of art – homeware meant to be on show, displayed, and a great way to bring colour to an interior.
It’s a colour palette that seems to be being embraced across the high street and therefore at a range of prices.
Our favourite idea is to create rich, colourful table settings by combining glassware, plates and vases of different tones. Add highlights of copper or gold (cutlery, candelabras or napkin rings) to finish the look perfectly.
Oliver Bonas £28 / Rinkit £8.99 / Maison Du Monde £16
Trouva £65 / LSA at Amazon £32.94 / Wayfair £33.99
Sophie Conran from £65 / Pad Lifestyle £135 / Wayfair £21.99
home: trend [ organic ceramics ]
With an increased interest in handmade home accessories, this season we are seeing a lot more of this look in ceramics. Of course we know that some will not be handmade, but we are able to get the look, with uneven edges, organic shapes and engraving.
We are seeing subtle textures embossed onto vases and pots, engraved lines and even rattan decorated.
Colours are very nuetral, with stone, white, terracotta and black. Mix different styles and colours together for a curated look, and of course get your pops of colour this Spring with flowers and greenery.
embosed vase – £18 / made.com, rattan decorative bottle – £29.99 / zarahome.com, bud vase – £30 / habitat.co.uk
table lamp – £179 / westelm.co.uk, vase – £60 / rockettstgeorge.co.uk, vase – £16 / anthropologie.com
engraved vase – £18 / hurnandhurn.com, vase – £26 / grahamandgreen.co.uk, ceramic pot – £45.95 / trouva.com
home: nice price [ vases ]
An easy way to revamp and update a room is with vases. Bring colour and shapes in a really simple way to create interest on shelves and tables.
We recommend getting along to hm.com and grabbing a bargain as there are so many options all under £10!
home: made [ concrete vase ]
Head to PaperNStitch blog for a great, simple tutorial for making a cool modern vase from concrete.
Concrete is still big in interiors and doesn’t look like that’ll end any time soon. It’s such a beautiful and versatile material which suits so many parts of the home.
home: found this [ vases ]
We always have our favourite stores for a particular products, the one we can guarantee to find what we want. One of these for us is Habitat and its gorgeous vases.
Always bringing quirkiness and something a bit different, Habitat continues to deliver a great selection of vases and planters.
This season they have gone very structured with a paired down colour pallette compared to previous collections, but this means they will be more versatile around the home.
With prices starting from £20, head to habitat.co.uk to check them out.