Our Favorite Hand-Blown Glass Decor
It's not just about mixed metals when it comes to finishes. From handmade glassware to pendant lighting, here's how to add the blown-glass look to your home.
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Have fun with your lighting! If you love color, ditch traditional metallics and try vibrant hand-blown globe lights. These pink and teal pendant lights pack personality and make a statement in the dining room. For extra wow-factor, use Edison-style bulbs.
Glassybaby votives have quite the fan following in the Pacific Northwest - and for good reason. Each votive design means something as the color represents and benefits different charities or causes. To date, the company has donated more than six million dollars to animal, environment and health causes. Scatter these vibrant glasses across your mantle or cluster on the table for an easy centerpiece.
If you're always rocking tortoiseshell sunglasses, you'll love these highball glasses from World Market. The hand-blown amber design mimics the iconic pattern.
If you have open shelves in your kitchen, ditch ho-hum dishes and display tableware that doubles as art. These beer steins from Daniel Wooddell Glass feature a trendy steel-blue color, bubble pattern and pinched-glass decorations.
Hand-blown glass can be shiny like metal, too. This bedside table lamp features an iridescent, pewter-colored glass that adds a subtle shimmer to the room.
Live in a small space? Keep flowers and herbs on display but away from toddlers and pets with hanging vases from Avolie Glass. These vessels work inside or outside and are great for wedding decor.
If you love to entertain outdoors, you need the Aurora Glow string lights by Allsop Home & Garden. These hand-crafted glass bulbs are solar powered and equipped with a photo light sensor so they turn on and off by themselves, and you don't spend a dime on power!
Hurricane glasses are so versatile. This small, blue glass from Tucker Hand-Blown Glass could be a vase for a quick centerpiece for brunch, a pen holder for a teen who loves bohemian style or a toiletries holder in a spa-style bathroom.
This hand-blown bud vase from Graham Judge features a trendy, pale pink color that pairs well with any neutral or metal. Part of the designer's mini-series, it's the perfect size to brighten a desk and workspace.
Hand-blown glass isn't always loud and vibrant. This marbled pitcher from World Market would look great with a neutral tablescape and tableware.