As if by magic, Vitrocolor’s artisans turn old bottles into vases that have the mottled finish of an antique mercury-glass mirror. Founded in 1991 near Valencia, Spain, this housewares company gives discarded glass new life—from utilitarian pitchers, plates, and tumblers to decorated vases, objets and ashtrays. The range of styles and finishes is impressive: There’s everything from bulbous, color-striated shapes that recall Venetian forms to squared-off frosted vessels that combine texture with vibrant hues.
A vase is one of the most effortless ways to perk up a room's look, and we've got a huge range of options to suit every style and taste. Go colorful with Cyan's purple Porpora, or Gaia & Gino's striking cobalt blue options; or get a little metallic in time for the holidays—Michael Aram's silvery Garland vase is the perfect winter table centerpiece. Why not try grouping a few together to magnify the aesthetic effect?
When you’re decorating a new home, a smart bet is to look for clean, timeless designs that’ll remain relevant through all those future redecorations you know you’re going to undertake. To wit, we’ve got rugs, wall art, kitchenware, tabletop accessories, and a lot more — all of which will stand the test of time, and make your new abode truly feel like a personal reflection of your style.
Get an infusion of spring color without redecorating the whole room — just add color with accessories. With a range of hues from ultra-bright to cheery-but-understated, these bottles, vases, boxes, bookends and more will surely do the trick.
Sculptural forms define these gorgeous Italian glass vases. A grouping of several — or more — of them on any table, armoire, or credenza will add instant interest to a room. There’s a huge range of color here (and, by the way, don’t be afraid to mix primary colors with softer pastel hues).