Gino Cenedese & Son’s colorful handcrafted vases, goblets and chandeliers combine age-old Murano-glass techniques with the company’s own creative history. Founded in 1946, this Venetian workshop collaborated with artists such as Marc Chagall and Luigi Scarpa Croce on production items, which are sold in boutiques worldwide, as well as one-off pieces, some of which have appeared at art events like the Venice Biennale. And although Cenedese may be best known for its range of Aquarium sculptures — large clear blocks of glass filled with suspended fish and seaweed — it also specializes in the Sommerso — or submerged — technique, which uses layers of contrasting- and/or complementary-colored glass.
You spend a third of your life in your bedroom—so it should inspire you. This selection will do just that: Ashvyn's sheet sets in soft colors are a smart start. Then add accessories like Aviva Stanoff's nature-inspired votives and vases. Complete the picture with Holly Hunt's industrial-inspired lighting, Fabulous and Baroque's bedside table, and whatever else speaks to you.
Itching to brighten up your room? Put down the paintbrush, and pick up some accessories instead: they’re a great way to get color without a lot of commitment. This bold-hued selection (anchored by stunning glass vases and bowls) will instantly add energy to your space. For maximum impact, group items of different height and color together.
Inspired by mid-century style, we rounded up sheets, shams, and pillows with a '50s and '60s feel from top-flight brands like Dransfield & Ross, Coyuchi, and Errebicasa. The collection’s palette—composed of soft, muted hues like mustard and slate—is off-set by the energetic patterns that define the retro aesthetic. We love the look paired with gold-leaf side tables and accessories.
The new year is a perfect time to stock your kitchen cabinets … and, while you’re at it, give a fresh eye to setting your table. We’ve got the good here for you to do just that, with a huge range of tip-top tabletop brands, at deeper discounts than we’ve ever done.