With the autumn doom & gloom outside now it's the perfect time to inject a bit of colour and pattern to your table setting. Weather you add a few pieces with print on them or go all out mixing & matching the outcome will undoubtably cheer you up. Here are our tabletop favourites and few tips on how to style them.
Superliving's mugs, plates and bowls are all inspired by the organic shapes and tones from the 50s and 60s. All the lines by the brand are graphic and in most beautiful colours. And the best thing is they are all really easy to mix & match.
Sabato tableware is collaboration between Japanese design studio Drill and famed illustrator Aoi Huber. In her drawings you see figures and lines creating a rhythm and animals striking a pose. You can spot a forest, an ocean and a river motifs across cups and plates.
Darling Clementine offers something for the minimal aesthetic lovers. There's still a bit of print but its subtle and in stylish monochrome. Bowls and cups have a Scandinavian Nature inspired pattern on them.