Friday, September 4, 2015

Candles that double as beauty product & home decor

Coconut wax you can burn for fragrance or use as a balm, housed in a geometric ceramic vase designed to last a lifetime

Candles that double as beauty product & home decor

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When you have made it to the end of the ceramic candle´s life, you are left with the Buckminster Fuller-like Ever Bud Vase and Planter.
When you have made it to the end of the ceramic candle's life, you are left with the Buckminster Fuller-like Ever Bud Vase and Planter.

From a carriage house-turned-studio space atop a hill in LA, artist Kelly Lamb creatively transforms lumps of clay into sexy yet functional geometric objects. Lamb began infusing her fine art pedigree into furniture and home decor you want in your world 20 years ago, and her endeavors have seen her work exhibited at museums and galleries around the world, published in numerous magazines and become a highly sought after name for interior design projects.

Lamb founded KL Studios as part of a decision to keep her processes hands-on and close to home, in order to ensure the artistic and artisanal nature of the brand. With her team's help, they create a majority of the brand's product range on site, slip-casting objects in custom molds and firing them in the kiln. Their latest undertaking is a trio of handmade coconut oil candles created in scents matching Lamb's favorite places and moments of the day.

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