home: found thing [ candle holder ]
Discovering new brands is always a joy and we love the range of homeware at Arrdun Stores.
Our favourite pick is the Tina Vaia egg cup candle holder. Simple, elegant with a splash of colour pop, this terracotta glazed finish piece would make a great centrepiece or addition to a shelf.
home: event [ ceramics workshop ]
Fancy learning a new skill this year? Why not try your hand at ceramics.
We have found some great courses at Raw Ceramics Workshops in Hackney, London with beginners to more advance options.
We suggest the 3 session beginners course, where you will learn basic techniques from owner Matthew Raw for working with clay. You will get the opportunity to create something from your own ideas.
You will end your 3rd session with fully painted and glazed pieces of work.
[ £95 with all materials included ]
For the full choice of workshops and dates head to rawceramicsworkshops.com
home: found this [ vases ]
Looking to freshen up your vase collection this Autumn? Then head to Oliver Bonas where their new selection of ceramics is just gorgeous.
Choose from various sizes and colour finishes including dipped, hand finished and glazed.
Prices start from £24
Available now from oliverbonas.com
home: favourite thing [ Habitat ]
With a new season on its way brings new arrivals in store. A brand that stands out is Habitat, with its large range of totally new products for SS17. A highlight is their tableware and especially the Elzora range. The white and brown finish creates a slick modern rustic look. It’s an ideal range to buy a bit at a time and build it up gradually. The beautiful finish is down to a hand dipped salt glazing process, which meand no two pieces are alike.
Available as a 12 piece set [ £70 ], and as individual pieces [ from £6 ]
home: found this [ Soho Ceramics ]
We love a new season with lots of new arrivals hitting the stores. A favourite of ours spotted this week is from Rockett St George. Their Soho Ceramics range of vases and planters is the perfect addition to any home. The 70’s colours will bring warmth to a room and the paint dipped finish creates texture and pattern. A quirky addition is that all the ceramics are named after streets in Soho, London.
Clockwise from top left:
Frith vase [ £35 ], Archer vase [ £32 ], Wardour hanging planter [ £39 ], Lexington vase [ £32 ], Argyll tripod planter [ £29 ], Romilly vase [ £52 ]
Available online and at their new concession in Harvey Nichols, London [ full post coming soon ]