Delicately Distinctive Blown Glass

On the hunt for the perfect accessory or artwork to make your home just right? It can be hard to find a piece that’s unique, impressive, and beautiful that fits in with your decorĀ and your tastes – some frustrated shoppers deem it impossible. But the strikingly beautiful shapes, colors, and patterns of blown glass may be the answer for every decorator and homeowner.

Since blown glass is largely made by hand, each piece is truly one-of-a-kind. It can be formed into virtually any shape and on any scale; it can be clear or vividly rainbow-colored. Typically used as light fixtures, wall hangings, and freestanding sculptures or bowls, blown glass has a place in practically every design scheme.

Not convinced? These pieces should do it for you.

Blown glass can be subtle, understated but interesting all at once:

Staircase by John Maniscalco Architecture
Studio Italia Design Lace Hanging FIxture
Landscape by Glenna Partridge Garden Design
Dining Room by Kelley Flynn Interior Design
Dining Room by Yorkville Design Centre
Arteriors Rooney Torchiere

Or more eye-catching and statement-making with bold hues and unusual forms:

Bedroom by RSVP Design Services
Arteriors Tara Irregular Dot Blown Glass Lamp
Dining Room by Victoria Martoccia Custom Construction, Inc
Kitchen by Martha’s Vineyard Interior Design
Studio Italia Design Kapp Fixture
Hall by Embellish interiors
Dining Room by Nasrallah Architectural Group, Inc.

Or, on a larger and more dramatic scale, it can be fabulously, flamboyantly extravagant (think Chihuly):

Photo by John G Wilbanks Photography, Inc.
Dining Room by Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
Staircase by Widing Custom Homes
Entry by JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
Can’t you just see it in your home now? Where would you put a piece of blown glass art?