Mixing and matching pieces from different collections helps to create a fresh, personalised look for each occasion.
As this trend begins to grow we asked our social media followers whether they preferred to mix and match their tableware or build a collection with every piece matching. 70% said they preferred to mix it up, combining different colours and styles with people describing it as “a way to express your personality.”
Statement pieces such as our Studio Blue Ridged Bowls add texture to your table and are perfect for serving food during laid-back entertaining. Combine the soothing shades of Studio Blue with richer glazes like Imperial Blue to create a striking collection.
“I love seeing the same colours used differently be it in pattern or shape.” – @mim_thetealady
Our hand-decorated mugs come in a variety of patterns, the soft muted pastels work tonally together making them easy to mix and match.
A varied collection of tableware allows hosts to serve food authentically in pieces made specifically for various world cuisines. With over 25 bowl shapes across our ranges we have something to suit every meal.
“Contrasting colours and textures provide depth, each piece has its own story” – @vturnbull2304
Botanical prints and colours are still at the forefront of home styling trends. Mixing prints and block colours add a dynamic feel to ceramics and are a great way to bring bold colours to the table.
“Mixing and matching collections keeps things lively and fresh. Thereby fitting different situations and moods.” – @whitehillstudio
Our new capsule collection, Brew, gives you the opportunity to complement existing homeware collections with beautiful handcrafted stoneware.
Nicola Wilson, Senior Designer at Denby says “Introducing individual ceramic is a great way to add a bit more personality to the home. Combining colours and textures opens up possibilities to build any existing collections with fresh, new pieces.”
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