home: trend [ decorative plates ]

home: trend [ decorative plates ]

For creating a beautiful unique dining table or alternatively to be hung as art on the walls. There’s a huge array of decorative plates to choose from – patterns, styles, colours, designs, and illustrations galore.

This can create such a special look for dining. Layer up plates of design and colour to compliment napkins and clothes to create a table that almost tells a story.

For a wall display, go eclectic with a clash of patterns and designs. Or for a more minimal look mix the odd detailed design or illustration with plain colours and block patterns – this in all monochrome would be a perfect look.

Top row

Next £36 / Anthropologie £8 / Anthropologie £12

Middle row

Rockett St George £39 / John Lewis £6.40 / Nordic Nest £17

Bottom row

Trouva £80 / Oliver Bonas £30 / Hema £2.50

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home: event [ plate making ]

home: event [ plate making ]

Create something unique for your home with this plate making workshop at Token Studio, London.

Learn the techniques of pottery with out the wheel throwing, but instead hand building and using tools to make your desired plate.

A perfect workshop to create a personal item for your home or a gift.

Token studio’s philosophy is not just limited at the crafts is about creating a style of living, more creative, less waste, more sustainably by lots of fun way of creating everyday products, most importantly we promise that we made the experience full of joy and inspiration

To book your place head to tokenstudio.co.uk [ £28 ]

home: found this [ ceramics ]

home: found this [ ceramics ]

We spotted these fun ceramics from zarahome.com and are great to buy individually or as a set.

The grid print earthenware range comes in 4 different sizes of bowl and plate starting from £5.99.

The monochrome design is really cool and would fit in perfectly with a stripped back Scandi style kitchen.

Head to zarahome.com to explore the collection

home: found this [ leaf plate ]

home: found this [ leaf plate ]

Plants, plants, plants; the urban gardener is still as popular as ever.

Bring the outdoors in with leaf ceramics – add a dash of retro, and you get this great plate from HM. There’s a definite vintage inspiration.

It would look great on a dinner party table or use for nicknacks on a dressing table.

home: made [ diy marbling ceramics ] 

home: made [ diy marbling ceramics ] 

Try out marbling to create beautiful, unique homeware for your home or for gifts. We’ve rounded up our favourite tutorials to guide you through the process in a simple,straightforward way. 

You don’t need to spend much and you may have most products in your home already. How simple that you can use nail varnish to create amazing patterns on mugs or bowls?! Nail varnish is a cheap way to get incredible colours to work with. 

Credit for images / tutorial links : 

The Sweetest Occasion 

House of Hipsters

Simple Most  

Alana Jones – Mann 

home: found this [ starman ceramics ]

home: found this [ starman ceramics ]

Paying tribute to the wonderful David Bowie this egg cup and plate is one of the latest designs from Donna Wilson, and we love them.
She has taken an iconic image and then put her inimitable style on it, creating fun ceramics for all ages.

We spotted them on Indish.co.uk [ plate £24 / egg cup £11.50 ]