Housewares

ASPIRE Gift Guide 2020

Face Bookend Vases

From Jungalow, these Face Bookend Vases will add just the right amount of charm to your #shelfie. Fill with flowers, plants or use as a sculptural bookend. Designed by Justina Blakeney.

Paglia Candleholders

A group of five cast candleholders from Alexander Lamont, the jutting edges and overlaps are inspired by the shapes and contours of the thatched roofs that are found throughout England.

Maasai Placemats

Inspired by the vibrant color combinations and intricate patterns of jewelry crafted by the Maasai Tribe in Africa, these beaded mats from Von Gern Home are like colorful jewelry for the table.

Wood Flowers

These “tree ears” are modernist sculptures designed by nature. They grow wild on branches of mature trees in Guatemala, and are harvested from 4 species native to the country’s Pacific coastline

Coralla Maiuri Blue Marble Collection

Named after the striking pattern of blue dots that creates the look of marble’s veins, this collection boasts one-of-a-kind pieces crafted by hand of porcelain and decorated with modern and eclectic flair.

Amy Storm & Co. Turkish Cotton Collection

Simple design and patterns in neutral color palettes make this collection ideal for everyday use and versatility in gift giving. Includes hand towels, throws and pillows

Mihrimah Plates & Bowls

Tamam’s tabletop collections are inspired by 17th century Ottoman-Iznik ceramic design, refashioned for today’s tables with Tamam’s signature new-old twist. Mihrimah is available in a 12.5″ serving bowl, 12″ dinner plate size, 9″ lunch plate and coordinating small lobed bowls.

Jennifer Hallock Art + Design Prints

Jennifer Hallock’s work is undoubtedly feminine, focusing on clean lines and strong compositions. The subject matter is typically an observation in a quiet moment; a mindful moment of gratitude captured in paint or pencil.