Try the bobbled home accessories trend with our ready-to-shop edit.
Bobbled homeware is the term we’re going for, anyway. You could also say ‘3D polka dots’, ‘knobbly’ or ‘raised circles’. All of the above refer to the eye-catching orb-like details which are popping up all over glasses, jugs and candlesticks.
From failsafes like H&M Home to design favourites like Sophie Conran, we’re seeing these bobbled pieces take front and centre stage at all of our most-consulted brands. The style is particularly favoured for glassware, although ceramic vases look great with it, too.
Textured glass vase
The dark green hue of this glass vase is perfect for transitioning your home into winter.
Try filling it with dried flowers to tick off two decor trends.
Clear bobble jug
This glass jug will bring a touch of elegance and charm to any dining table.
It has been crafted in central Europe where there is a well-respected history of glassmaking.
Ivory round dotty vase
A single flower or stem would create a chic statement in this sculptural vase.
The simple yet unique design is perfect for adding some texture to a lonely corner of your living room.
Green glass candlestick
Ornate candlesticks are big news right now, so this beauty has shot right to the top of our must-buy lists.
Buy singularly or in a set of three for £22.50.
Organic soy candle
This striking candle is inspired by architectural forms.
It’s hand-poured in New York using pure organic soy wax blended with beeswax.
Rounded glass jug
Fancy adding a pop of colour to your decor? This cheerful jug is just the trick.
It’s crafted from crystal glass and features a ‘hobnail texture’ all over.
Cloudy flower pot dusty pink
Give your succulent an update with this Scandi-style plant pot.
The designer deliberately gave it a glossy finish to accentuate the ‘bubbly’ texture of its surface.
Images: courtesy of brands
Megan Murray is a digital journalist for stylist.co.uk, who enjoys writing about London happenings, beautiful places, delicious morsels and generally spreading sparkle wherever she can.