Norwegian designer Kristine Five Melvær has designed this beautiful series of vases that look like buds about to burst into bloom. The Dew glass vases are mouth blown in thick glass with matte, sandblasted stripes on the outside…. Read More
HAM screen prints captures unexpected moments from the contented lives of a pig, a horse and a rabbit on a range of thoughtfully crafted and 100% British made wares. HAM is the brainchild of East London based designer… Read More
London-based company Lindsey Lang Design have expanded on their inspirational collection of geometric kitchenware and cushions with the launch of an extensive range of wall and flooring tiles. Lang’s confident translation of her designs onto tiles creates jaw-dropping… Read More
Reiko Kaneko Introduces the Stone Dipped serie. She has been working hard to bring some stoneware like glazes on fine bone china. The contrast between the bright white china and the organic glaze is very special, not to… Read More
SQUID INK STOOL made by turned ash by Felix McCormack available from Folklore. This is the first in a collection of furniture that uses squid ink as wood dye. The inspiration comes from the way coloured slips are often applied to… Read More
The ecofriendly Bindi Dot Pouf it’s a textile pouf inspired by the colorful Bindis that Indian women wear on their foreheads. The resultant polka dot pattern is a vibrant representation created from discarded silk sarees.
Kristine Five Melvær uses the charming combination between juicy colors and brave stripes to make a bold visual statement with the Obelix vases. If you were looking for the perfect vase to match your favorite plant or to create… Read More