Choosing your ideal tableware for dinning can be a delicate decision.
Keen to ditch the Ikea ‘it will do for now’ type plates and replace them with something more long lasting, demure and stylish is tough…
So many options and styles, here are few designs we have chosen to share with you.
Pure elegance; established and ‘recognised as the home of the world’s finest china’.
The designs at Thomas Goode are pure luxury. The company has been under our radar since reading about their pieces in The World of Interiors.
The Meissen Blue Onion is a classic design; Meissen is one of the most famous porcelain manufactures and has been established since 1710.
Entirely handmade in Scotland this rustic tableware is one of our favourites and would fit perfectly with one of our past projects in Fisherman’s Cottage.
The design shared with you is Pebble the effect is achieved by applying the coloured glazes onto the surface, which produces a lot of variation. Meaning every plate is unique, which is the brilliance of hand produced ceramics.
A wonderful store with a delicious mix of home and fashion, a regular stop
on Regent Street.
For a floral splash of colour we have chosen the Sissinghurst Castle design. Suited to homes that don’t wish to loose hold of the summer feeling and keep it going all year round, this endearing pattern is eye catching with its painterly impression.
Established since 1809 and as their motto aptly says ‘Beautiful. British. And built to last.'
That’s why as a British company, we are including the wonderfully traditional Denby Imperial Blue range. Very popular and a beautifully simple design to suit any dinning table.
A bit of input from everyone at the Ian Dunn design team