Have you seen the recent trend in home decor? It’s hard not to notice the number of boob-related items now on the market. Whether it’s because of the beauty of the female shape or the taboo around nipples, there’s something familiar and fun about them. (There’s also a whole range of cartoonish boob items, but this post is about those in more artistic taste and not from the male gaze.) While I’ve written about the symbolism of breasts in art, today’s roundup includes functional items that may inspire you to update your current home decor.
It doesn’t matter whether you want to add some female energy and imagery to the living room, kitchen, bath, or bedroom. You’ll find boob cups, plates, saucers, planters, hooks, ceramics of all kinds, rugs, bedding, blankets, and even a boob pool float. They’re available from small Etsy shops and artist websites to more prominent retailers. We’ve got several sources in this post to give you an idea of what’s available. But if you know of others who love to create home decor in breast shapes, let us know in the comments below!
This ceramicist from Sydney makes a vast array of plates and pots. I discovered this plate on Instagram and fell in love.
Liv & Dom are twins, ceramicists, and illustrators from the UK. Check out their food fridge magnets and incense holders. These nude candlesticks (available in two colors) are currently sold out, but I’m hoping they create more soon.Deck Chairs via @Liveanddom Instagram
One of the things I like about this Etsy Shop is their variety of mugs, tumblers, and planters.Gold Boob Trinket Dish via HDragonCeramics
Otherwild has stores in both LA and NY (and of course, online) and is a source for all things celebrating the beauty of the human body. You’ll also find an array of sex-positive, inclusive, and feminist products from which to choose. And if you want to make a boob statement with your wardrobe, check out their boob tops and nip tees. I’m especially fond of the Female Support System hooks!Eliza Fernand Breast Vessels Available in Several Colors and Sizes via Otherwild Hills + Valleys Linen Tea Towel via Otherwild
Gravel & Gold is an independent, woman-owned design collective and shop in San Francisco. Their signature boob prints are available at both Otherwild and their website.Gravel & Gold Boobs Shower Curtain via Otherwild
Molly’s work is all about boobs from vases, planter, and mugs and adorable titty ornaments.Boob Vases via Molly Horton Pottery
Tittea Pot via Molly Horton Etsy Shop
This team of designers creates minimalist and modern bath mats, towels, and gorgeous rugs. You’ll find a list of their stockists here.Tonal Boob Pillow via Cold Picnic Tonal Boob Knit Blanket via Cold Picnic
Urban Outfitters is another source of breast-centric home decor products. They’ve carried bath mats in the past, but their current stock is limited to mugs and pillowcases. At least you’ll be able to add a little boob power to your kitchen and bathroom!
What do you think of these boob-inspired home decor pieces? Would you buy any of them? Let us know your favorites!
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