Looking for decorative vases or glass vases? If you're going for a contemporary handcrafted style, one that pulls in furnishings from many cultures around the globe, NOVICA and National Geographic are here to help. Yes, that's right, National Geographic. They're offering a treasure trove of artist and artisan made home décor objects from around the world. Decorative vases are among the many one of a kind pieces available.
We life the standout design of a ceramic vase called Peruvian Ponchos by Lulli Luca. The colors and textile motifs of Andean shawls are so realistic that it seems you could feel the texture of the fabric. But, it's actually beautifully hand painted ceramic.
You can never have too many vases. Available in every size, shape and color you can imagine, they are the perfect accessory. We have an affinity for crystal vases in particular. They are so versatile you can use them for strictly decorative purposes, or fill them with a bright bouquet, greenery or fruit, like lemons and limes.
Crystal manufacturers span the globe, but one of our favorites originated in England around 1815. Royal Doulton is famous for their fine tableware and collectibles. Their quality creations can be found in royal residences as well as the homes of mainstream collectors.
A Doulton collectible like the Monique Lhuillier Atelier Blanc Vase will become a heirloom which your family can enjoy for years to come. The Monique vase offers chic elegance in a vintage Atelier pattern. The vase design is such that it will look just as terrific in a contemporary décor as it will in a traditional one.
How would you use the Monique vase in your décor?