Table top includes dishes, silverware, centerpieces - anything that would look at home on the dinner table. This section dedicates itself to all that's new and exciting in tabletop.
Both functional and decorative, the Julie double bowl from Bloomingville measures 4.5 inches wide.
New for New York NOW, the Batise vases from Viterra come in pale green and pale blue, with light horizontal cuts and Agate with its spiral cuts.
Curvy and sleek, the Nymph vases from Jamie Young come in three sizes.
Regina Andrew Design's Small Crystal Dodecahedron adds a touch of glamour to a room. Measures five inches tall.
The Bogart from Home Trends & Design hand-painted ceramic vase features salmon, black, and gold stripes with an off-white background.
Hammered natural iron panels, in a variety of sizes, are layered on top of one another to create the Ivan sculpture from Arteriors. Beautifully accented with antique brass welds. Finish may vary.
The words “flameless candle” used to make the design-savvy among us cringe. But gone are the days when the only options were glaringly plastic and obviously artificial. Thanks to the addition of real…
A new introduction from Pendulux, the Cockpit table clock brings the feel of flight to any space.
Measuring 10 and 12 inches high, the Alligator textured vase set is one of the newest introductions from Howard Elliott.
True sustainability means more than just where a product ends up — landfill or recycled. It extends to the product's production and design. If a factory pollutes while making the product, can it…