Ceramics In Interior Design

Ceramics are extremely versatile and often functional design pieces. They can easily be placed in every room of the house. In today’s popular use of Scandinavian design, ceramics are a great way to bring out those soft lines and low-profile furnishings. Ceramics will add great pops of color and interest through shape against this minimalist design profile.

buonaforma’s founder series is grounded in minimalist elegance. The rounded curve of our pieces and soft but vibrant color pallets create a dynamic in a space like no other. According to Houzz, “from antique urns to modern hand-thrown vases, it can keep your space from feeling sterile or impersonal.”

With a few tips and tricks, you can seamlessly display ceramics in your home.

  1. Color-

House some plants in your eccentric ceramics. Plants hold so much color on their own, and adding a colorful succulent to Merlot and Ivory or Galaxy Blue will make those colors truly come to life.

  1. Contrast-

Contrast your pieces with a dramatic backdrop. Blank walls don’t have to be boring and looming. Posing Snow White against a charcoal black wall will elevate and break up your space. Obsidian Vision can work in the same respect but against a white backdrop or any other lighter color.

  1. Shape-

Implementing ceramics is not just limited to color. Shapes can brighten a room and add depth. Interesting silhouettes such as Dawn, Ignite, and Morph creates homogeneous decor when paired with a minimalist space.

Ceramics are one of the oldest industries, but despite this, they continue to make their presence in interior design even today. Their beauty is timeless and continues to make or break a space.


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