Check out some of our favorites from the Architectural Digest Home Design Show 2015!
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A modern vase made up of three simple parts that's designed to hold your dried flowers (or other items).
A 3D-printed vase is designed and then can be customized to your specifications on a new platform called Kwambio.
A collection of vases and barware that look like architectural sculptures on your table.
Commercial trade fair Ambiente is surprisingly buzzing with emerging designers in the Ambiente Talent section.
Tingest has launched their second collection of modern products for the home, which are inspired by Scandinavian design.
We take a look at the curated Twelve exhibition at the Stockholm Furniture Fair.
Skip the flowers and candy and get a gift that will last from our go-to gift site, AHAlife.
A colorful collection of mouth-blown vases that each take 24 hours to make.
Half found, half made objects that let you observe the process of plants growing.
Spin Ceramics brings their simple and organic porcelain objects to New York City.
A coastal California-inspired Target collection from Nate Berkus that's the perfect formula of modern, coastal, and bohemian.
Take a look back at all of the DIY projects we tackled this year in our Make it Modern column.
A vase that waters the plant in the bottom half, while holding cut flowers above.
A series of tabletop objects that focus on color, reflection, and simplicity.
A collection of moody black sculptural objects created from insect waste. What? Yes. Insect waste. And there's a video.