I’ve been collecting Victoria Morris’s pottery for years. I love the warmth and imperfections of the Los Angeles-based artist’s pieces, and the quiet but strong shapes she comes up with. Victoria is inspired by mid-century Scandinavian design as well as Japanese aesthetics in her work, and has been making her own pieces since high school. You can […]
Since most of us are resetting our routines and setting new goals in the spirit of the New Year, I wanted to host a healthy, wellness-themed lunch with a few friends this month. The talented holistic nutritionist Elissa Goodman was my co-host for the gathering and, together with Alessandro Giannetti, an energetic healer and spiritual […]
When it comes to interior design, I tend to gravitate towards soft neutral colors and natural materials like wood, stone, and marble. Not only does this technique let me mix and match pieces from different eras, and incorporate artwork more easily, but it also allows the space to be transformed with accessories from one season […]
At home with Victoria Morris: step inside one of our favorite artist’s beautiful mid-century space and explore her favorite things.
One of our favorites for beautiful, functional works of art. A look at Victoria Morris Pottery (and the pieces we’re currently coveting).
I mentioned Victoria Morris’ incredible pottery in my post on Lauri Kranz’ wonderful shopsite, Edible Gardens Market. These hand thrown ceramic herb vessels are her latest offering, and I ordered them the minute they hit the site. They are so beautiful – I planted succulents in them and am simply in love.