Asian Roots
Purveyor of luxury ceramics Villeroy & Boch draws inspiration from Marco Polo’s journey through China, in particular his stop in Quinsai, known today as Hangzhou, in the Quinsai Garden collection. The brand’s artisans have captured the beauty of the blooms the explorer would have seen on his voyage, and transferred them onto a range of breathtaking tableware. 

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Underwater Wonders 
While they look like they are made of real coral, these candleholders by Vanilla Home have inflicted no harm on the marine environment, making the ocean-inspired mood they lend to the home so much more soothing.

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The Green Mile
Part of the Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades collection, this Totem Flora structure for plants, designed by Damien Langlois-Meurinne, is arguably the most stylish way a nature-loving couple can display their prized greenery. 

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For the hostess with the mostest who loves to entertain, this adorable pair of coral-tipped cocktail fork and spoon by L’Objet at Asiatique Collections makes an excellent conversation starter.



Enchanted Garden
Is it an artwork or a plate? Both, we say, as this Vista Garden tableware collection from Artsseni features a wondrous landscape of flora and fauna against a white canvas. 


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