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Exclusively ours. Rippling glass sculpture appears to have been caught mid-splash and frozen in time. By artist Amanda Brisbane. Made in the UK.Handcrafted of sandblasted glass.18L x 8D x 10T.For decorative use only.
Amanda Brisbane Blue Violet Glass...
Any dessert tastes better when served in the Global Amici Luster Blue Dessert Glass - Set of 4. This set includes four thick, recycled glass blue cups with green stems. Perfect for a variety of desserts, these footed bowls are dishwasher-safe, too.About Global Amici Inc.Global Amici was...
This firepit is so cool because it can be used indoor and outdoor. It's simple and burns without soot. It feels natural and modern at the same time.
Outdoor Ventless Fire Bowl
Ceramics make me happy. I love the way they feel and the way they look. These bowls are really beautiful.
I love this blue swirled Turkish glass serving bowl! This would be so fresh and inviting filled with cut fruit.
This bowl was hand painted in beautiful shades of lime, green, aquamarine, teal, turquoise and blue stained glass paints, and decorated with Swarovski rhinestones.
A great piece that could serve as a unique decorative item, candy bowl or candle holder (think, floating candles), either on its own or part of a larger glass collection.
Fused and slumped glass bowl in red, turquoise, fuchsia and cobalt blue. Made from glass frit, fired and slumped.
Blue Moon Art Glass Bowl
On occasion I like to put out tinted stemware, with a preference toward blue. But it must have great design, which is why I'm envisioning this goblet on my dining room table. The curves of its bell-shaped bowl and hourglass faceted stem are lovely and asking to be held.
This is so much cooler than the boring goldfish bowl I had as a kid. This fish hotel is only $25.00, so if you want to get super-fancy, buy two. They are stackable, which means the bottom one can be the lobby and the top one can be a Randy Gerber V.I.P. bar called SkyWater.
These hand-blown bulbs would look gorgeous hanging down over a table or greeting guests in the entry. Choose a different shape or color for the bulbs, or stick with this sultry red — there are lots of customization options.
Hanging gardens bring life to a room (every room should have something living in it) and are fantastic conversation starters in the modern abode. Hang these beautiful fern gardens with traditional colorful glass ornaments in an entryway or in front of a window.
Etsy fine artist Heather Knight creates beautiful unique pieces inspired by nature. This bowl can be used as a sculpture and is food safe.
How about dotting the outside of your house with a beautiful vertical terra-cotta herb garden? Gorgeous!
I am seriously wowed by ceramicist Heather Knight's collection of pieces inspired by botanical forms and marine life. Her work reflects the details you might see under a microscope. These are called Scallop Bowls, and you can see the shape of this creature clearly defined. I love the ocean-colored...
Why should Fluffy have a tacky plastic bowl? Why should Fluffy's Mom have to look down at it? This lovely porcelain bowl is the antidote to the pet bowl eyesore problem!
This is a great change from the usual stainless steel kitchen sink! I defy anyone walking into a kitchen fitted with one to resist having a look in.
1.5 Bowl Regal Blue Sink With...
Fashion's color blocking trend also works in the home. This set of mixing bowls in three satisfying shades of blue, from sky to cornflower, is so cute even I might be inspired to do some baking!
These wheel-thrown porcelain bowls are hand-painted, signed and dated by the artist herself. The graduated nautical stripes invite summer salads and side dishes!
The first thing on my wish list is a KitchenAid mixer. Blue is my favorite color, and I can just imagine the endless cooking possibilities this could bring me.
This gorgeous porcelain bowl was inspired by the sea. It works tipped upside down to give your display an interesing shape and to show off all of the texture, however, when right-side-up, the gorgeous glaze and color of the inside will stun you. I collect Heather Knight's work myself and I cannot...
Blue and White Fish Bowl
This dog bowl is so good looking that I'm trying to think of ways a dog-less home, such as mine, can work it into the decor. Dog dishes are usually kept in the kitchen and can make a mess of the area they're kept in, but at least when it's tidy it will look gorgeous in enameled sky blue.
Paw Print Noshers Blue Pet Bowl
I love the idea of a monochromatic white dinnerware set with this sole subtle accent color. If your plates are quite up to snuff for open shelving, consider this affordable investment.
This wooden push toy has a nice vintage feel to it. It would be so cute on a wall shelf or bookcase.
You can't beat Ikea prices. I love this bowl because oftentimes when it's dad's turn to cook he makes pasta, and I think this would be the perfect pasta serving bowl. Don't you?
TRIVSAM Bowl, Blue
These vibrant bowls are based on a design from the sixties, reinterpreted by Paul Smith. Suitable as serving dishes, pet bowls, or to corral office supplies on your desk, you'll want to leave them out on display all the time.
New in the Normann Copenhagen collection, these blue, pink and rose bowls will add a splash of dip-dye to your kitchen.
I love bowls that are shallow but wide; they're so versatile for both serving and displays on the table. I especially love the unique floral print on the inside of this one for just a peek of color.