ISSUE 43  |  London East End

Accessories: Belljars and Cloches as Decor

October 29, 2010 6:00 PM

BY Julie Carlson

Huge right now: belljars and cloches as interior decoration, ideal for displaying all sorts of collections.

Above: A trio of 1920s French Glass Cloches; ranging in price from $89 to $129 at Restoration Hardware.

Above: Budgie Under Glass, from Australian artist Anna-Wili Highfield.

Above: A collection of vintage horse postcards under glass, at Alex MacArthur Antiques in Brighton.

Above: West Elm offers a 12-inch-high Cloche for $69 with a solid wood base.

Above: Coral on display at Dosa 818 in Los Angeles.

Above: Small branches function as jewelry display in the Paris Bonpoint store.

Above: A stack of stones, displayed under a belljar, in the home of Nina of Dwell Design, via Design Sponge.

Above: A garden pot by Todd Carr of Cornwallville Pottery in upstate New York.