Raise (and hang!) Your Glass

Posted by on 03/25/2016

There are so many creative ways to use hanging glass, and as you can see by this one designed by event impresario Thom Lussier, a little imagination goes a long way!

We love to embrace hanging glass as an art installation, tapping into the reflective, transparent nature to tell different design stories, but also as a utilitarian way to distribute light.

Hanging glass is one of the most overlooked home and event accessories – but not for long. Design blogs and shelter magazines have quickly caught on to the magic of this small but powerful objet du jour.

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Indoor Gardens in a Snap

Posted by on 03/11/2016

 

Succulents are some of the most resilient plant species, known for surviving and thriving with – or without – any TLC.

Our glass terrariums and apothecary jars make perfect vessels for housing indoor gardens – from interesting tablescapes to refreshing additions on bookshelves or window sills. We love displaying them in clusters – but they also offer beauty in a row or standing solo.

For anyone who has a hands-off relationship with plants, this is your ticket. Draw from our collection of stylish glass terrarium vessels– and start planting!

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Fifty Shades of Blue

Posted by on 03/04/2016

 

There’s something romantic about blue – blue sky, blue ocean, blue eyes, blue anything. We got the blue bug years ago when we realized how fundamental it is in design. You can apply blue to almost any pillow, bedspread, piece of art, lamp – and it works.

So not only does it “feel” good to be surrounded in blue, it saves time and headaches because it just gets along with everyone else in the room!

Brighten up a tired space or add some texture to make something blah…a little more interesting. Blue is nothing less than a sure thing.

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