From 3D Printed Tea Sets to Bulbous Textured Seating

By: Michael Hemsworth - Sep 2, 2014
The boom continues on as prevalent with this collection of 3D-printed home decor finds that prove there is literally no vertical that is safe from the grasps of the innovative new manufacturing process. Artists are utilizing the technology to their advantage by effectively being able to design something and print it to their exact vision. While it increases the level of physical perfection, it could take a certain level of intimacy out of the process for those looking to connect with pieces.

As our design tastes change so quickly, the idea behind 3D-printed home decor helps to make the act of replacing an item more approachable or reasonable being that it was manufactured from a design that is easily repeated; could it be the end of limited edition design?