Find the right fruit bowl to suit your interior!

Part of my job as an interior designer is to style homes for photographs. When it comes to styling a kitchen counter, dining console or even living room coffee table, one of my never-fail styling tricks is to add a bowl of fruit. It’s one of the best ways to get a pop of colour and make the space feel fresh, relaxed and alive. A fruit bowl also suits every style of interior. The trick is just choosing the right one to complement your design aesthetic.

So, here are my tips for finding the right fruit bowl for your space!

  • For a room full of history and soul, try adding a wooden hand carved bowl full of pears, quince and green apples.
  • For a fresh, bright and happy space, use vibrant limes and lemons in a clear glass vase.
  • For an eclectic interior, layer multi ceramic glazed pattern bowls with a mix of bananas and oranges.
  • For moodier, more sophisticated spaces, use pomegranate, artichokes or even eggplants.
  • If you’re short on space, use a small textured glass dessert bowl full of grapes and strawberries.

At home, my personal favorite is the Tom Dixon Hex bowl, made from hand-beaten solid copper. And if I’m really feeling like stepping up the luxe vibe, I pull out my By Lassen.

Kubus bowl in the striking matt black finish. Not only is displaying Mother Nature’s edible gems my go-to styling trick, it’s also a great reminder to grab a healthy snack.

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Mia Lake
Mia Lake is the Interior Design Director at Vic Lake Architect (VLA). VLA is a family business specialising in high end residential homes and boutique multi residential developments. The collaboration between sophisticated architecture and considered interiors, VLA approaches their projects holistically and cohesively. Mia’s design journey began at Sydney’s The Whitehouse Institute of Design. She was awarded a yearlong scholarship to further her studies internationally at Accademia Italiana. That year in Florence, Italy was a major influence on her career and design style. Prior to VLA, Mia’s has been fortunate to work at two leading Sydney interior design practices, Arent&Pyke and Briony Fitzgerald Design, specialising in high end residential interior design and custom made furnture. A strong construction knowledge, understanding and love of craftsmanship, and sensitivity to the client’s practical needs are the key ingredients to a Mia’s successful design. Mia loves using luxurious natural materials, colour and layering textures. She believes injecting personality into spaces and surrounding yourself with objects that tell stories of your live, makes you happy and inspires. A well designed space can truly improve the way you live.