When I saw the new glass vase collection called, Elemental from Voyage Maison, I immediately fell in love with the Atargatis hand cut vase and bowl in lapis blue. I adore the ombre´ shading and the tactile matte outer finish, contrasting with the glossy inside of the bowl. The curves and matte texture reminds me of ‘sea glass’, where old pieces of glass are weathered by the motion of the sea and salt water before being washed up on the beach. Both sea glass and vase having this matte, rounded and opaque appearance. So its also very aptly named, Atargatis, being a mermaid-like Syrian goddess.
I have mentioned before my love for coloured glass and so I was very excited to try these gorgeous vases in my own humble abode, hoping that they would fit in here too. Here is the first of three posts showing the gorgeous new vase collection by Voyage Maison.
Voyage is a fabric house known for gorgeous fabrics in prints, weaves and luxe textiles like velvets and stylish embroidered sequined designs. Their colour palate, always rich with deep, moody shades and designs, often reflecting nature. The Voyage Maison range is the home accessory part, boasting a desirable collection of rugs, lamps, more cushions you can dream of and now, most recently, statement glass vases worthy of an art gallery.
Credits: Atargatis hand cut vase, £80, and bowl, £56, in Lapis from the Elemental Artistic Glassware collection, available from John Lewis. Alchemy wall art in Nebula Moon. Textiles are from the Alchemy Lustre collection, the trees velvet cushion are Helios Midnight and the stripe velvet cushion is in Galatea Amethyst.
Photos, Styling & Feature by Theoda Solms Iles.