Ceramic home decor is a great way to bring texture and and color into your home. It can be done in a number of ways on both large and small scales depending on how much you trust yourself with the fragile material. Here are 6 ways you can include pieces of ceramic home decor in your interiors.
The great thing about vases is that they look great both on their own and with flowers in them. Ceramic vases are extra nice because the stems of flowers can’t be seen through them.
These super simple minimalist white ceramic vases look great both on their own and as a set.
White ceramic bottle vases in modern matte white from Sara Paloma.
These geometric ceramic vases add depth and dimension to your interior and create the perfect home for a bouquet of fresh flowers.
White geometric vase from Studio Armadillo.
Small bud vases like these white and gold ones are great for putting wild flowers or small branches in to liven up your space.
Ceramic Bud Vase from Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co
Matte ceramic vases in different shapes and colors creates a dynamic display that’s made even more fun with the addition of plants in just a few of them.
Sculpt Vase Pod from Ferm Living
You have to have them so why not use ceramic ones to change it up a little and create a unique lighting display in your home.
These ceramic pendant lights bring color and brightness into your interior in more ways than one.
Mark Braun designed the Bell Pendant Light as part of the Stratos Collection. Manufactured by Northern Lighting. Available through 2Modern.
The smooth folds in these ceramic pendant lights make it hard to believe that they could be made from anything other than a soft fabric.
Xavier Mañosa and Mashallah designed the Pleat Box pendant lights. Manufactured by Marset. Inspiration from an apartment designed by VW+BS Architects. Photography by Michael Franke.
The best part of drinking from a ceramic mug is wrapping your hands around it and letting the heat from your tea or coffee warm them up on a cold day.
The smooth glossy finish and the curved bodies of these ceramic mugs make them the perfect ones to grab when curling up with a tea or coffee.
Ursula Munch-Petersen designed the Ursula Mug. Manufactured by Kahler.
Mini black and white ceramic espresso cups will have you wanting to drink coffee all day long.
Ceramic Coffee Mug from 1220 Ceramics Studio
These matte black ceramic cups with white X’s on the bottoms are just the right size for a morning cup of coffee or an afternoon tea.
Ceramic espresso cup in black matte glaze from One & Many.
Ceramic dishes come in a wide range of colors shapes and sizes to add an original aspect to your kitchen and make serving up food a little more appealing.
Uniquely shaped plates and serving dishes give mealtime and entertaining a more unique look.
Issey Miyake Design Studio and the Iittala Design Team designed these glazed ceramic plates and platters. Available through the Finnish Design Shop.
Super simple white ceramic plates are an essential in all stylish kitchens.
Small White Matte Ceramic Appetizer Plate from Barombi Studios.
Ceramic plates with a glossy finish and in muted colors add a little something extra to the dinner table.
New Norm Dinnerware by Norm Architects. Available through Menu.
Unlike other planters, ceramic ones give your plants a sophisticated home and will definitely help keep them alive longer.
These ceramic planters with wooden stands combine two natural elements and create a modern place to display your plants.
Case Study® bowls with stand from Modernica.
This table top ceramic planter has both matte and glossy finishes on it to give it a textured yet smooth look.
Ceramic planter in gray and white from One & Many
6. Decor, Accents and Extras
There are lots of other ways to include ceramics in your interior as well, like with candle holders and clocks.
Brighten up your home with 7 candles that sit in a single ceramic holder.
Cathedral candle holder from Calligaris. Available from 2Modern.
This matte black clock will make sure you always keep your eyes on the time.
Jonas Trampedach & Birgitte Due Madsen designed the Ora Matte black wall and table clocks for Kahler.
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