Fantastico Domestico Elephant: Perfect for fans of these intelligent and majestic animals, this elephant fruit bowl raises its trunk up high to make a spectacular artistic dining room centerpiece or kitchen decoration.
Nambé Butterfly Bowl: Smooth, asymmetrical, and incredibly elegant, this sculptural design will become a cherished part of any tableware collection. Its sand-cast and hand-polished surface is suitable for a variety of purposes like serving hot food or holding chilled fruit. It’s part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art.
Alessi Mediterranean Fruit Bowl: Need something to fit your nautical or tropical theme? This is your bowl! It would make a stunning gift for ocean-lovers because its matte white finish makes sure it fits smoothly in any interior.
Kaleidos from Alessi: Talented designer Naoko Shintani designed the Kaleidos bowl in the style of Japanese origami. Folded metal sheets come together in crisp lines, with light and shadow playing across the surface for an engaging viewing experience.
Spectrum Circles Round Bowl: Available in black or white, this piece keeps fruit off the countertop and amazing for its price. These open bowl designs allow plenty of air circulation to keep fruits fresh longer.
Mesh Bowl: This FORM design award winner flaunts a fluid profile yet maintains the rigidity and structure of its steel construction. Its closely woven design works equally well for large fruits and small snacks like nuts, without obstructing airflow.
Knotted Rope Bowl: Would you have guessed this bowl isn’t rope at all? It’s actually crafted from resin and marble, but the level of detail is incredibly convincing. Guests will feel compelled to reach out and touch it just to see.
Enrico Mango Wood Bowl: Reclaimed mango wood ensures this piece is as easy on the environment as it is on the eyes. Each bowl is carved by hand, transforming each one into a perfectly one-of-a-kind sculpture for the table or shelf.
Unfinished Hardwood Bowl: Hand-turned from a single piece of hardwood by artisans at the Holland Bowl Mill, this beautiful piece is ready to accent a minimalistic interior or become part of your next DIY project.
Lacquered Bamboo Bowl: Here’s another great bowl for those who desire a more simple and streamlined aesthetic. This one is made of strips of eco-friendly bamboo and finished with food-safe lacquer, sure to make your salads look beautiful.
Bonison DIY Compote Bowl: Derived from the Old French word for mixture, Compote today refers to a dessert made of fruit cooked in syrup. The bowl itself is composed of modular ribs easily arranged to suit your style. Bonison makes two kits – one colorful and one black and white.
Porcelain Bowl With Toes: This handmade porcelain snack holder makes up for its tiny size with its unusual and conspicuous form. It stands on three toes – human sized toes. Your guests won’t be able to stop talking about it.