Posts Tagged ‘Tableware’

Mug

I need a new mug (ok need may not be the operative word). This is so beautifully made and has such a classic retro shape – from the lovely California based Heath Ceramics. [EDIT] Heath Ceramics is one of the few remaining mid-century potters in existance today. Can you imagine that they have any troubles […] Read more…

Ants on my spoon…

Once upon a time when i had dreams of curating my own online store, i knew that i would stock Bailey Doesn’t Bark‘s hugely imaginative collection. Having briefly blogged about their products before i wanted to find out a bit more about the brand. It’s founder Re Jin Lee, originally from Brazil, but now based […] Read more…

Papertrail

I’ve been looking at Rob Ryan’s work lately, and although initially (during the Rob Ryan craze) i didn’t warm to his work, thinking it too twee and crafty and sentimental…after exploring more of his work i now think it’s kind of cool. Rob Ryan creates illustrations through clever papercrafting and romantic words. What i like […] Read more…

Mellow Yellow

Yesterday i inherited this beautiful 15 piece vanilla yellow vintage tea/coffee set from Dave’s grandmother, i am not sure exactly what era its from but she was given it around 25 years ago from someone who had inherited it from her aunt – so pretty old! The tea cups are sooo tiny, i am using […] Read more…

Fornasetti's Muse

Piero Fornasetti was a Milan painter, sculptor, interior decorator, an engraver of art books and a creator of more than 11,000 items. Fornasettis production of objects and furniture is one of the largest of the 20th century. His most famous pieces are the plates known as Themes and Variations which feature the enigmatic face of […] Read more…

Beauty in the Ordinary

Lorena Barrezueta produces these amazing takeaway dishes in luxurious porcelain form. The collection titled ‘Gourmet Collection’ comes in ranges deliciously named “Classic’, ‘Lush’ and ‘Fresh’. Any meal would be fun eaten in these vessels! Read more…

Fine Dining

Oh how glorious and content i would feel dining with these beautiful napkins – no matter what kind of meal i were eating! Prices start from $24 at Kaight Shop. So bistro chic! Read more…

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