Published on December 3, 2018

The trendiest item you can buy for your home right now is not an extravagant statement piece. It’s not wildly expensive and it’s not part of a passing fad you’ll regret in one month. It’s a small, affordable footed bowl.

We’ve seen this specific brand of footed bowl crop up again and again in the homes we feature in Domino and on our Instagram feed. Inspired by the cubist art and design movement, the modern piece is simple yet striking. It’s equally as gorgeous in bold hues as it is in neutral tones—and thanks to its versatility, the bowl is the perfect finishing touch to any space. Minimalists, in particular, are going to love it.

 

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Fill it with fruit as the perfect pared-back focal point for your dining room table or kitchen island. Use the bowl as a coffee table accoutrement by storing your collection of artisanal matchboxes (or any other collection you’ve spent years accumulating) inside. If you have a green thumb and are looking for a unique planter than a terra-cotta vase, these cool bowls will do just fine.

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That said, our preferred method of styling the sleek objects is as simple as the bowls themselves: Keep them empty and allow them to act as a sculptural statement piece in any corner they are placed.

 

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Read on to discover where you can buy our new favorite ceramic piece.

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Courtesy of Raawii

Small Bowl, Raawii, $56

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Copenhagen-based ceramics brand Raawii makes the most popular version of this bowl—head to its site to choose from a variety of sizes and colors. Each one is made in Portugal and designed by Nicholai Wiig-Hansen, whose work you might recognize from other beloved Scandi brands like Normann Copenhagen and a tiny indie boutique called Ikea.

We love the small yellow bowl for an instant burst of sunshine no matter where it’s placed in the home; though Raawii’s deep green option (currently sold out on its site,but available here through MoMA Design Store) makes the case for decorating with moody tones.

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Courtesy of CB2

Black Pedestal Bowl, CB2, $59.95

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Craving neutrals? CB2’s take on the design is perfect for rustic minimalism. The stoneware bowl features both shiny and matte glazes for a cool, aged finish.

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Courtesy of Anthropologie

Colorado Footed Bowl, Anthropologie, $48

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Add visual interest to your mantel by incorporating Anthro’s taller version of the bowl into your collection of shorter vases and objects—the staggered height will look especially appealing. Plus, you can’t really go wrong with blush pink anything these days, right?

See more ways to stay on-trend:
This Once-Taboo Color Combo Is Actually Super Chic
Calling It: Black and Brass Accents Are the Next Big Thing
This “Dated” Kitchen Trend Is Back (and We’re Into It)

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