These cute Versace vases are exactly what your interiors have been missing

Anyone who says that pastel is passé clearly hasn’t encountered Versace’s most recent homeware collection with Rosenthal. Where typically, Versace’s coveted homewares are defined by their gilded, baroque aesthetic (evoking its rich, Italian history) here, all the ornamental details we might expect have been pared back for a finish that is fresh, modern and undeniably eye-catching.

Meet the new Rosenthal meets Versace vase collection. Crafted in Germany from premium porcelain under Rosenthal’s meticulous eye, these vases were modelled off Versace’s iconic ‘La Medusa’ handbag, and come in two distinct styles. While both are emblazoned with the brand’s Medusa plaque — a time-honoured signature — one iteration features monochromatic macro studs and a unique, rounded shape, while the other is a cylindrical vase with fine, decorative stitching details (as on the bag), rendered in three different sizes.


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Available in shades of pastel pink and green, these vases promise to deliver just the right amount of colour to any space — their soft, understated presence a simple way of lifting the tone without making too bold a statement.

So if you’ve been feeling like your interiors need a little pop of colour, look no further than this cute new collection. Available locally from The Studio of Tableware, these vases are the accessories your space has been missing, as perfect for showcasing fresh, spring blooms as they are as striking, standalone objects.

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