Putting together a comfortable and cozy home is no easy feat, especially if you want to add a personal touch to your space. To help you get some ideas on how to spruce up your space and make it more unique, we scoured the web for some interesting statement pieces and compiled them into the list below. See more products in our shop.
To add a touch of playfulness into your home, you might be interested in these ceramic sculptures that look like inflatable toys by West Virginia-based artist Brett Kern. The pieces are first sculpted by clay before being covered in glaze for a plastic look-and-feel. It’s available for purchase here.
Designed by Netherlands-based product designer Alex de Witte, ‘The Big Bubble’ is a large eye-catching lamp made of blown glass. Each piece is unique and resembles the delicate nature of a water bubble. It’s available for purchase here.
If you’re into creating a zen atmosphere in your living space, this meditating candle by Korean design studio AND could be a great option. Dubbed ‘Candleman’, the sculpture piece is sure to add a sense of calm into a variety of environments. It’s available for purchase here.
Created by Kazakhstan-designer Nissa Kinzhalina, ‘Living light’ is a minimal lamp that appears as if light was poured into its geometric form. The lamp consists of a metal frame, where the lower light portion is made from thin matte acrylic. See more about the lamp here.
With its unique form made of wire mesh, ‘The Clouds’ is a decor piece that doubles as a ceiling sculpture and a play object for children. The poetic piece is designed by Italian furniture brand Magis. It’s available for purchase here.
Belgian-Dutch studio Studio Job designed an industrial-inspired floor-standing lamp made of bronze. The statement piece has a cord that runs through the body of the structure. It’s available for purchase here.
If you store your bike at home, what’s better than to use your bike as a vehicle for home decor? This bike planter is made with 3D printing and offers a pop of color for your bike and living space. It’s available for purchase here.
Want to liven up your walls? Inspired by ‘ikebana’, the ancient Japanese art of floral elements into beautiful compositions, a team of Italian designers have designed a wall trophy that can house growing plants. It’s available for purchase here.
This elegant hanging wooden pendant lamp, which features seven timber beads, is designed and manufactured in Australia. It’s available for purchase here.
Air plants have suddenly become popular again. And if you’re looking for a whimsical way to house your plants, LA-based designer and art director Cathy Van Hoang has designed pots that transform the plants to look like jelly fish. It’s available for purchase here.