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.
Clean silhouettes and arresting colors: that’s what you need to make a room pop. We've got plenty of Pop Art–inspired lounge pieces here, from retro lounge chairs in lime-green leather, to an ottoman woven from tomato-colored wire. There are plenty of accessories too (like bright resin roller skates, for one). Think big and small: even a hot pink Bodum coffee press or a replica of Andy Warhol’s iconic “Brillo Box” can transform a space.
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.
Add some laid-back chic to your boudoir with this mix of cool hues, natural materials and whitewashed accents. Luxuriate in Couleur Nature's hand-finished bedding, offered in bright prints and stripes, or add texture with Jardins du Jour’s twice-fired Lattice ceramic vase. To bring the outdoors in, opt for Barreveld’s wooden garden trays and terracotta pots. And to get the ambiance right, don’t forget DayNa Decker’s Rosa Flora candle and diffuser, which will fill the room with the scent of ivy, mandarin, grapefruit and anise.
A place for everything, and everything in its place. For the person in your life that shares this philosophy—or perhaps for the hopelessly messy friend who needs a nudge in the right direction—here we have our own curated, upscale container store, including, for the hardest cases, closet consultations.