Posts Tagged ‘Tableware’

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…

One mug is never enough

Some gloriously covetable nostalgic mugs… Silhouette Mug £10 at the V&A Shop Moomin Mugs £15 by Ittala at Skandium Classic Penguin Story Mugs £10 at Heals Pink Cameo Archive Mug (fine bone china mugs inspired by original Wedgewood pieces) £17.50, Heals Urban Alphabet Mugs, £11.95 Graham and Green Pantone Colour Mugs £8 Graham and Green. […] Read more…

Fired Earth

The raw and basic shapes and textures of these unglazed vessels by cuban designer Louis Ramirez have something completely inspirational and covetable about them – i like them much more than their finished version! Read more…

Snap and Dine!

‘Snap and Dine’ is a portable lunch setting by Demelza Hill that reinforces table manners and etiquette. This is achieved through the products’ traditional aesthetic and the layout of of a formal dinner setting. This single-use three-course table setting, integrates disposable cutlery with traditional intricate tableware. The design expands the possibilities of eating outdoors in […] Read more…

Please use a coaster…

Ella Doran’s quirky take on coasters bring a touch of modern vintage to the home. Her ‘Vintage Plates Coasters’ can be found on the Hidden Art website shop. The collection also includes placemats! Read more…

Silhouette

Andrew Tanner’s ‘Silhouette’ collection is reminiscent of the trend in Victorian interiors which displayed plates on walls for purely decorative and non-functional purposes. Computer cutting techniques are used on the surface of bone china plates to pierce romantic imagery through the body of the clay. Read more…

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