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.
We've selected a grouping of gifts for our discerning members who know that high style doesn't have to be high priced.
Want to enliven your boudoir? Then snap up the bold patterns, tailored shapes and rich textures offered at this multivendor sale, which includes all the essentials that you need to create a bedroom. Opt for cotton sheets and silk duvet covers from Donna Karan Home, cashmere throws from Rani Arabella, burnished metal vases from Calvin Klein Home and hand-tufted wool carpets from Missoni Home. Plus, spend $150 on items in this sale, and get a $30 credit toward your next Gilt purchase. (Conditions apply, with one credit per member while supplies last.)
Is your bedroom looking a little tired? Refresh it in an afternoon with this edited collection of luxe linens, furniture, lighting and glassware. Outstanding pieces include Jonathan Adler’s hand-tufted Chain Rug, John Robshaw’s Pichhwai Violet bolster, Ligne Roset’s Sala Capucine chair and Fazzini’s colorful Antigua sheets.
Bill Blass believed that when in doubt, opt for a statement-making red. Apply his advice to your home with these textiles and accents, available in shades from ruby to rose. Our favorites? Cecchi e Cecchi’s jacquard Torcello throw and Graphic Image’s embossed-crocodile frame.