Inspired by the form of a laboratory test tube, this sculptural vessel is supported by a slender brass frame.Named after the French word, "echasse," which means stilts, this vase is the perfect piece for large branches or floral arrangements. The drop-like form is constructed from a smoky colored glass, and frame made
I'm not really into a lot of Easter decor (don't hate 🙈); and to be honest, spring is my least favorite season to decorate. BUT, I do enjoy all the greenery and fresh flowers, and you will see a lot in my house. Everything outside is getting prettier by the day... and I can't wait to have my butterfly garden full of flowers once again! 🌷🌱 | Mary | West Elm
When many of us imagine a spa-like bathroom, we often find inspiration in the jungle. And, while these bathrooms are beautiful, sometimes simplicity deserves the starring role. To inspire your next remodel, here are 10 Scandinavian bathroom ideas that prove sometimes less really is more.
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First Light, a ceramic collaboration created from the heart by Annemieke Boots in The Netherlands. Visually delicate in pale oatmeal cream, with small flecks that shimmer as light moves across them, evoking a feeling of stillness as you watch, lost in the moment. Thrown on the wheel from stoneware, a solid, grounding and tactile material. Use this handmade stoneware vase for daily table decoration, style it with a single sprig, a branch or a bunch of your
I always love taking advantage of a fresh season to refresh a space in my house. But there’s no need to break out the big renovation tools right before you dash off on summer vacation. The bathroom is one of the easiest spaces to spruce up – and I would…
Drawing inspiration from the Halo Effect, the project takes the form of a faceted, textural ‘iceberg’ from the outside, and a protected yet lofty refuge internally. Halo house acts as a provider and protector for its inhabitants, granting a young family a sanctum in which to grow and thrive. Design Practice: Breathe Architecture Photographer: Dianna Snape