The Decorative Objet D’Art Edit For The Home

From derrière-inspired vases, to gorgeous coffee table books, and modernist sweetie jars, add these stylish wears and curiosities to your home landscape.

Harcourt Amphora Vase by Baccarat: A striking piece, here modernity meets timelessness with this beautifully intricate Baccarat vase. The classic shape looks a little tipsy though, and the statement comes in form of the slanted angle.

Heavy Load by Kelly Allsopp: For Allsopp, it was a trip to Shanghai and a live insect market that sparked her imagination, and has since influenced her sculptural pieces. This one, entitled ‘Heavy Load’ features a slick glazed ceramic base, ceramic ants with lustre finish, parian hornet.

Popotin Ceramic Vase by Anissa Kermiche: This has become an ultra-famous vase for London-based jeweler Kermiche, and not only comes in this muted silver tone, there’s a whole host of other colors and size variants depending on your derrière preference. Made from ceramic, it has a textured finish and is Anissa’s very own ode to women.

Whippet Bookends by OKA: Playing on the graceful silhouette of the whippet, these grey bookends are an elegant addition to any shelf. They are cast in resin, and painted in an antique soft grey.

Athena Vase by Jonathan Hansen x Marie Daâge: New York-based designer Jonathan Hansen has partnered with Paris-based ceramic artist Marie Daâge for a gorgeous collection of homewares, including this pale blue hand-painted Limoges porcelain vase. Depicted is a classic cloudscape with gilded edges to ramp up the classical factor.

Set of Two Wine Glasses by Luisa Beccaria: Luisa Beccaria established her brand in 1979 and later was joined by her daughter Lucilla Bonaccorsi in 2006. Known for providing wow-worthy gowns, they’ve now launched a homeware offering, including this pair of gradient pale blue glasses. They’re made in Italy and as well as the delicate blue, they feature a classic baluster stem which were first popular between 1680 and 1740.

Glaze Splash Mirror by Sabine Marcelis: There is much excitement surrounding creative Sabine Marcelis, and these Glaze Splash Mirrors in conjunction with RiRa Objects are an instant hit. Here, rectangular polished glass features artistic splatterings of paint for a mirror-meets-decorative piece that plays with the light. There’s an array of paint colors to suit your decor.

Ciao Candle by Bella Freud: Bella Freud is famous for her sell-out jumpers that are emblazoned with slogans, and she’s applied this to her candles too. The painted yellow ‘Ciao’ candle is made up of hand-poured wax that has notes of fresh fig leaf, orange blossom, and vetiver for a light spring scent.

Set of Two Ophelia Crystal Tealight Candle Holders by Reflections Copenhagen: This pair of pale pink and clear tealight holders is by Danish homeware label, Reflections Copenhagen. Hand-cut from crystal, they’re faceted and so, the light is refracted through the silhouette to give a beautiful golden glow. This is an an exclusive to MATCHESFASHION.

Bonbonierre Small Glass Jar by Helle Mardahl: Sweet by name and in color, bonbonierres are traditionally known as small sweet boxes, yes you’ve guessed it, for bonbons. This is one from Copenhagen-based artist Helle Mardahl is from her ‘The Cherry on Top’ collection, and features a hand-blown bubblegum pink jar with a hot orange lid. 

Big Knot by Corey Moranis: Handmade in the Moranis studio in Toronto, are these gorgeous lucite objects. With so much versatility use them as a solo sculpture, bookend, paperweight, or even as a flower holder.

Capri Dolce Vita by Assouline: A bestselling coffee table book from Assouline, let the pages transport you straight to the glamorous beaches and streets of Capri. Si, grazie!

Oggetti Murano Signed Sommerso Italian Art Glass Obelisk Sculpture Paperweight at 1st Dibs: Minimalist meets maximalist with this vintage hand-blown Murano glass obelisk paperweight. The pink mini sculpture (it stands 8 1/4” tall) is signed “Oggetti Murano” and attributed to designer Alfredo Barbini.

Andy Warhol Bougie “Campbell” by Ligne Blanche: Based on the famous soup cans by Andy Warhol, this cute pink and red candle, as you’d expect, features notes of tomato leaf, basil, and mint leaf. The fragrance is brought to you by Swiss company, Givaudan and it is made in France.

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