Harris Home Interiors New Website

Harris Home Interiors is very excited to launch our new website. We hope you find it useful and easy to navigate. We are very excited to share some of our monthly specials and for you to look inside our showroom from afar.

Our Work Recently Featured in LO Profile Magazine

We are very excited that LO Profile Magazine featured our work on a gorgeous home here at Lake of the Ozarks in one of their recent issues. LO Profile Magazine is a well respected publication at Lake of the Ozarks and in the State of Missouri. Profile magazine features the finest of homes and celebrity lifestyles surrounding Central Missouri.

Multicolor Hand Blown Glass Vase

One in Stock • Harris Special Price $269.00 – One of a kind hand blown craftsmanship art glass vase. Measures 23 inches in diameter and 12.5 inches tall. Exquisite… polished, wave shaped lip centerpiece vase with swirl color throughout. The translucent nature of the vase allows light to pass through the outer layers of the glass, illuminating the colorful center. Item available in store purchase only. Call in advance to hold item in your name.

Just for fun – The vase (pronounced /ˈvɑːz/, /ˈveɪs/, or /ˈveɪz/) is an open container, often used to hold cut flowers. It can be made from a number of materials including ceramics and glass. The vase is often decorated and thus used to extend the beauty of its contents. Vases are defined as having a certain anatomy. Lowest is the foot, a distinguishable base to the piece. The design of the base may be bulbous, flat, carinate or another shape. Next, the body, which forms the main and often largest portion of the piece. Resting atop the body is the shoulder, where the body curves inward. Then the neck, where the vase is given more height. Lastly, the lip, where the vase flares back out at the top. All these attributes can be seen in the pictures at right. Many vases are also given handles, though no examples are shown here. Today, the shapes of vases have evolved from the conventional ones to modern designs and shapes. Source Wikipedia