The Light + Ladder Ceramic Collection

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Sculptural ceramic plant pots and accessories that beautify interiors.

Designed by NYC-based designer Farrah Sit, the Light + Ladder collection brings an artistic touch to everyday items. The sculptural designs draw inspiration from the natural world and boast elegant curves, organic shapes, and bold details. At the same time, architectural accents make their way into the collection, transforming minimalist plant pots into decorative objects. Understated but powerful, these handmade ceramics NYC make the most of simple geometric shapes. Their elegance has a relaxed stillness that references the beauty of nature. Naturally, they come to life when paired with greenery. The two elements create a contrast between smooth, neutrally colored ceramic surfaces and the organic, lush vegetation.

Apart from vases and plant pots, the Light + Ladder handmade ceramics NYC collection also includes home accessories like ceramic bowls, incense burners, a watering can, and practical hooks. In this range, minimalist but artistic design meets function. And the result is as gorgeous as you would expect it to be. More than just a collection that makes everyday objects look like sculptures, the Light + Ladder studio also puts a focus on sustainable and responsible manufacturing. The designer collaborates with local artisans in NYC, while the ceramic products are crafted in a zero waste facility in Vermont. Photographs© Light + Ladder.

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