Master Designer, wedding planner and author, Matthew Robbins has launched his first line of specialty vases in collaboration with Teroforma just in time for the holidays. Martha Stewart-favorite Matthew Robbins is widely known for transforming spaces with his unique and elegant floral arrangements and now, he has brought his signature touch to the Atelier Vase Collection (available at www.Teroforma.com) These ceramic vases were crafted at Sao Bernardo in Portugal and made from high-fired, bisque porcelain to perfectly frame the subtle counter relief pattern on the exterior to contrast with the tint-glazed interior of each perfected piece making each vase a complete work of art. Their unique shape will enhance the flower arrangements and make an amateur’s arrangements look professional.
The porcelain vases come in sleek, refined shapes and feature subtle counter relief patterned exteriors for interesting texture along with contrasting tint-glazed interiors that add a pop of modern color, so the vases look as great without flowers as they do filled with them. Thoughtfully designed to pair with corresponding types of popular floral arrangements, the five different shapes ensure that there is one for every design and every occasion. Use the Branch vase to display exquisitely long, woody arrangements or place just a single peony in the Bud vase.
Every piece from the Atelier Vase Collection is handcrafted in Sao Bernardo, Portugal by master ceramicists from high-fired, bisque porcelain, an unglazed, snow-white ceramic. Timeless and beautiful in their simplicity, the vases show off masterful arrangements or lend an air of professional polish to amateur ones—either way, they’re the perfect showcases for nature’s beautiful blooms. The Atelier Vase Collection makes a nice holiday hostess gift and includes Bloom Misty Blue vase, $125; Bouquet Violet Fog Vase, $150; Branch English Moss Vase, $150; Bud Morning Dew Vase, $75 and Cutting Yellow Clay Vase, $100.
The head of the eponymous NYC design firm Matthew Robbins Design, event planner, interior designer, and artist Matthew Robbins is widely known for his events and floral design work and as Martha Stewart’s resident wedding guru. He contributes to wedding-centric publications like InStyle Weddings, TheKnot.com, and Modern Bride, pens a regular column in Martha Stewart Weddings, and is often featured on the Martha Stewart Show. His tips for designing a spectacular wedding around nine objects have been published in a book titled Matthew Robbins’ Inspired Weddings to encourage others to bring the excitement of beautiful design into their lives.
Connecticut-based product design incubator Teroforma collaborates with talented designers to create well-designed home products with a focus on items for the tabletop. Founded by Anna and Andrew Hellman, the firm is perhaps best known for its innovative Whiskey Stones, made to chill drinks without watering them down.