Ibride wannahaves

Through the years I have blogged about Ibride multiple times (see here and here). I just love each and every collection they bring out. At the Maison et Objet home decor fair, I was yet again in awe of their latest collection. The new collection consists of gorgeous, whimsical table ware design, and romantic floral […]

5 Christmas Tablesettings with a wow-factor

I love to create creative tablesettings. I can’t wait to start on mine. On Pinterest there is a load of inspiring ideas. Visit my pinterest board or have a look at my favourite ideas below: 1. An evergreen tablesetting: work with evergreen and natural materials and hues to create a warm and cozy look. 2. […]

Simply beautiful: Tableware by Manses design

Inspired by nature, with pure and simple lines and forms. The Manses design tableware is simply beautiful. The Swedish designer Malin Eliasson Sahlin integrates function and form and contrast and harmony in her porcelain. Her signature work is black on white, but I personally much prefer her blue and white collection which is fresh and […]

Setting the table with Mellor Ware

Easter is only a few weeks away. Have you started thinking about the theme and colours for your tablesetting yet? I’ve been a fan of Mellor Ware for quite some time now and I think it fits in perfectly with Easter. Mellor Ware is designed by Sheffield based Lianne Mellor. Her drawings are influenced by the quintessentially […]

Teatime

I’m totally in love with the new teatime collection by Gien. I first saw it in Paris at the Maison et Objet trade fair. The stunning colourful drawings of Japanese tea culture adore a whole range of plates, cups and serve ware. Available at artedona.com

Feinedinge*: delicate porcelain to collect and cherish

When I was visiting the trade show Maison et Objet in Paris, I met Vienna-based ceramic artist Sandra Haischberger. I was drawn to her stand by the exquisite porcelain tableware in pretty pastels she had on display. The form of the lids of the tea pot and sugar bowl was something that stood out, so […]

Rotterdam hot spot: Noot & zo Ceramic Design Studio

I’ve been keeping a secret for  a few months now. I discovered this great little ceramic design studio this summer, called Noot & Zo. I already wrote a blog post about her plant markers, but thought you should know about her other designs just as much, because they are breath-taking. I was immediately taken by […]