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There's no better way to fill the gaps in your home decor than pottery, says Marianne Cotterill

Ceramics are like jewellery for your home and can make a room come alive. Invest in pieces that are works of art, such as Noa Weintraub’s exquisite vases, or go to H&M for simple and functional. A kitchen shelf with handmade cups from Soendergaard Design and a ceramic coffee pot from Folk are as good as wall art, fusing beauty with function. I normaly buy vintage ceramics at Kempton market; nothing beats coming home with a beautiful, unique vase that cost £20.

Rockett St George Vase, £50

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The French House ceramic classic pendant light, £110

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Noah Weintraub bowl, £150

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Amara Vase, £25

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Folk Interiors Coffee Pot, £35

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Brocca jug, £180

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Whiteworks Delft coffee posts by Katrin Moye, £535

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The Shop Floor project Underwater World No 58 by Megan Bogonovich, £535

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Trouva Sicilia basket by Octaevo, £57

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Wedgwood paeonia teacup and saucer, £200

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Feldspar fruit bowl, £150

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Summerill and Bishop Serena mug, £225

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H&M Small stoneware vases, £3.99

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The Conran Shop Vase by ABS Objects, £205

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Soendergaard Design Eve teacup and saucer, £19

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Heals Tala Ceramic Platter, £85

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Soft Amphora 3 by Charles Antoine Chappuis, £875

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Amara Vase, £45

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The Queen Candle Holder, £120

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Katy Fellerman Vases, £140

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La Double J Tea Jar, £275

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