DwellStudio :: Vases

Dwellstudio vasesDwellStudio has been on fire lately!  Apparently 2011 was their year, because just about every week they seem to be adding new products or, at the very least, announcing new products.  They've even expanded to include decorative objects, like these gorgeous ceramic vases.  Check out all their new collections here and let us know what catches your eye!

Freakers

Over the weekend I received a couple good Kickstart submissions that I wanted to share with everyone. The first one (shown in the video above) is Freakers.  Basically it's a knit sleeve for your beverage container of choice made with all sorts of fantastic colors and patterns. Sounds a little cheesy I know, but they actually look pretty cool.

Next up is a magnetic vase idea called Lusion Bloom. It's a vase that is held up by a magnetic vase that sits under a tablecloth. Pretty cool idea...

Love em or hate em, you can find out more on Kickstarter.

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Urbio :: Urban Vertical Garden

Oh man. I want one of these in a bad way. Urbio's new Urban Vertical Garden is a current Kickstarter project and consists of modular planter units. The pots and panels are made from "eco-plastic" and attach to each other using insanely strong neodymium magnets. You can also mount individual pots to the wall without the modular panels. Overall, I think it's a pretty rad idea for those with limited outdoor garden space or for people just wanting a unique method of incorporating plants in their homes. Urbio needs to reach its Kickstarter goal by the 10th of May, so if you're interested in helping this product get off the ground check out their page for more info.

LINK: Urban Vertical Garden by Urbio

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More pics and a video after the jump!


Mod Textured Vases :: West Elm

If there's one thing you can always count on from West Elm, it's their collection of white ceramics. The shapes change slightly each year or maybe they add a touch of texture, but they're always beautiful, affordable, and available! I love this new collection of mod textured vases especially, but they also have their Pure collection for those who prefer the smooth variety. While you're at it, check out all their vase collections right here.

Textured Vases from West Elm: $29 - $34


Up In The Air Somewhere

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I love this series of ceramic drinkware from Up In The Air Somewhere. The Dip Cups are quite lovely and unique - each earthenware vessel is hand-dipped in yellow rubber after being glazed in either a light grey or white glaze. Each piece from Up In The Air Somewhere is hand built and totally unique - a perfect gift this holiday season!

About:
Up in the Air Somewhere is Chicago-based artist and designer Susan Dwyer. Three years after graduating from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she focused in sculpture, Dwyer began creating a line of ceramic and papier-mâché vessels inspired by the clean, minimal lines found in industrial architecture. Because they are individually hand-built without the use of molds, every vessel has its own organic, one-of-a-kind character.

Drinkware available from Up In The Air Somewhere: $28 - $38

Fort

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Holy Mother of Ceramics, these pieces from Etsy seller Fort are absolutely amazing! Each item is handmade from paper fiber clay and comes in a soft white, semi-gloss finish. Your one-of-a-kind vase or bowl will arrive in its very own muslin drawstring pouch, making it that much easier for gift giving. If you fancy this as a holiday gift, act now. Each piece takes about 1-2 weeks to complete.

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Modern vases and bowls available from Fort: $18 - $50

Please excuse me while I pay some bills...