25th Oct 2019
If you haven’t gotten around to adding some boob homewares to your space, and don’t fancy wading through the sometimes questionable search engine results, let us be your guide.
Ever since Dublin shop April and the Bear started stocking Brookyln-based potter Isaac Nicholas back in 2017, we’ve noticed a steady increase in homewares that celebrate the female form.
From potted plant holders to bath maths, accessible art to free-flowing illustrations, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite pieces – in all shapes and sizes.
While this shape is ideal for a warming red wine, it would also make a fun addition to everyday dining as a water glass. Boob print stemless wine glass, €9, Urban Outfitters.
Pillowy soft underfoot and available in cream, brown or rainbows, this fluffy bathmat from New York’s Cold Picnic would add a fun accent to any bathroom. Cold Picnic boob bath mat, £60, Bando.
Another gem from Cold Picnic’s Private Parts collection, this 100 per cent cotton jacquard fabric cushion is available in brown, deep brown or cream. Cold Picnic Boob cushion cover, €70, Bando.
A blanket you can feel good about, this knitted throw is made from 80 per recycled cotton, measures 50” x 60” and is machine washable. Tonal boob knit blanket, £200, Cold Picnic.
Printed with sunlight resistant inks on cotton mix archival art paper, this minimalist print is available in multiple sizes, and you can buy framed or unframed. Art print by Honeymoon Hotel, €14, Iamfy.
The planter that launched a thousand ceramics, Group Partner’s planters are available clothed and in plain terracotta or painted nude tops. Nudes plant pot, €59.31 , Group Partner.
There’s always one… and if you’re that one, this would be a great self-gift. Dublin-based illustrator Tara O’Brien has signed a number of prints in A3 and A4 of these joyful ladies. “Synchronized Swimming” – signed – by Tara O’Brien, from €18, Jam Art Prints.
An A3 print of simple white line design, this artwork sings with simplicity. Boob art print, €19, April and the Bear.
Echoes of art references through the ages can be seen at Lee Welch’s The other side of the wind exhibition at Berlin Opticians Gallery, but for theme’s sake, we’re particularly drawn to this piece. “Olympia, 2018/19.” (acrylic on mover’s blanket, 137 x 102 cm) by Lee Welch Berlin, POA, Berlin Opticians Dublin.
Featured image: Isaac Nicholas boob pot planters
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