TREND: Demijohn bottles as singular statements.
The dining room above gets a boost from an interesting sconce and chandelier, but most of the focus is drawn to the spray of pink blossoms in a large, blue demijohn. Take that centerpiece away, and the room falls flat. It seems people have been drawn to these small-necked, large-bottomed glass vessels as standalone design statements with increasing frequency over the past few seasons. The oversized scale is appealing, and the transparency of glass allows them to take up a lot of space in a room without overwhelming it. If you’re drawn to the look, you can achieve it with the similar items below. And don’t forget a couple of flowering branches or long-stemmed blooms to complete the look!
- Claire Chandelier, Ballard Designs
- Multi Mirror Star Wall Sconce, Shades of Light
- Vintage Paper Chandelier Shade, Shades of Light
- Threshold Demijohn Blue Vase, Target
- Claire de Lune Cane Arm Chair, Wayfair
- Caprice Pedestal Table, Ballard Designs
- Dusty Miller Paint, Glidden
– Nicole Balch, Making it Lovely