Our Favorite Ceramic Artists On Instagram

I don’t know about you, but my idea of ceramics is from my college ceramic class where I made a below-average dish set. Clearly, there is much more to the art than we think and there’s a whole roundup of cool ceramic studios and artists that are teaching us to relearn what we think about pottery.

Scroll on for some of the chicest pieces to add to your home.

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1. Object Matter Ceramics

It’s hard to pick my favorite out of these adorable ceramic pieces. The hand-painting and colors are so cute and will be the perfect pop of coolness to your cupboard.

 

2. Ceramics By Neen

The chic shape of this lamp and modern pink design would look good in any room of your house.

 

3. Heath Ceramics

Heath Ceramics has long been known for its gorgeous dinnerware and beautiful showroom in San Francisco.

 

4. La Cueva Studio

This studio in Spain features gorgeous and minimalist pieces that will easily chic up any space.

 

5. Felt + Fat

If you want any old kitchen item to look like a piece of art, then get basically anything from Felt + Fat, like these pieces in the “Honeydew” finish.

 

6. RaRa Studio

I’ll take one of each! Make your neutral dreams come true with one of these vases.

 

7. Heather Rosenman Ceramics

Heather’s perfect line work is what makes her pieces so special and unique.

 

8. Gopi Shah Ceramics

Based in Long Beach, CA, Gopi makes handcrafted pieces like these planters, which are among our faves!

 

9. Bowl Cut Ceramics

The bright colors and funky designs used in this SF-based designer’s work is a fun switch up from the classic neutrals you see in ceramic trends.

 

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10. Hello Happy Plants

Probably most well-known for its La Croix planters, this LA-based studio features quirky designs that will bring some sunny California chicness to your décor!

 

11. Geografica

This Mexico-based ceramic studio offers the most beautiful earth-tone pieces.

 

12. Biscuit China

This hand-painted (literally) vase would pop in any room.

 

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One off crater vases = my current obsession

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13. BTW Ceramics

The black-and-white pieces from this line are the epitome of chicness and would go perfectly anywhere.

 

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14. Ivy Weinglass

Her marbled pieces take inspiration from rock forms, the beach and nature. I pretty much want everything on her site.

 

15. Earth and Element

Like the name, the pieces are natural works of art largely inspired by florals and nature’s color palette.

 

16. Nola Mae Ceramics

The unique imprints on the designs and the color palette of the pieces equal automatic chicness.

 

17. CKTC Cermaics

The fading pink + the shape of this vase + a dramatic flower makes for a chic centerpiece anytime.

 

18. Zoka Ceramics

The balance of shapes in these pieces make them much more than functional objects, but rather art themselves. No flowers needed!

 

19. Marilyne Blais

We love the unexpected pops of color in Marilyne’s work. The pieces are cool and fun, all while still being chic!

 

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20. High Gloss

The graphic elements of the pieces are so artful and sleek.

 

21. Merida Anderson Ceramics

Who doesn’t need some modern ceramic candlesticks? The pretty colors and graphical designs make these extra chic.

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Author: Evalyn Duke