So you’ve designed your house to the best of your abilities and you’re very satisfied at how it turned out like.
Modern furnitures? Check.
Indoor plants? Check.
A cosy dining space? Check.
Want to make your home more luxe? It could be something as simple as switching out your tableware. While there is absolutely nothing wrong with favouring more practical and minimalist designs, it pays to give your tableware an upgrade every once in a while. We’ve rounded up beautiful tableware collections from luxury labels like Gucci, Dior, and Hermès that you can invest in.
Fresh blooms add vitality and life to any living space, injecting a fresh breath of nature into the indoors — and that is what Finnish label Marimekko plans to do with the Oiva collection.
Known for their colourful Nordic prints, the best-selling collection saw a new addition this year known as the Primavera. The print features soft lilac purple and soothing green, adding a playful touch to your dining table.
Every time Kaws releases something new, it instantly becomes a trending topic. Earlier, it had dropped a surprise collaboration with AllRightReserved, a 1000-piece limited edition ceramic teapot collection.
The surface of the pure white ceramic teapot and lid is embossed with “XX” and gloved hands, both symbolic of the famous American designer and a perfect melding of art and everyday living, making it an instant collectible.
Gucci started their homeware line in 2017 with a wide selection ranging from furniture, cushions, scented candles to wallpaper, beds and tableware. Each piece embodies the brand’s iconic fantastical, colourful style.
On a lazy afternoon, why not enjoy a lovely cup of tea with Gucci’s tea set? These were created by esteemed china label Richard Ginari using white porcelain embellished with the brand’s iconic plant emblems.
Hermès has launched many exquisite tableware collections over the years. This year’s theme is Passifolia, which is inspired by the Garden of Eden and features prints of green foliage. Each piece is unique and stands on its own as a piece of beautiful artwork that adds to the character of the home.
If you want to inject some fun and whimsy, go with the playful Circus collection.
As the name suggests, the Circus tableware features prints of colourful balloons and flags, acrobats and adorable animal motifs. Each design is dynamic and playful, and will definitely suit the young and young at heart while adding amusement to every meal.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the jungle print, Versace released new designs in its 2020 Spring/Summer collection, while concurrently launching the Rosenthal Meets Versace 2020 tableware collection. The series, of course, draws on the aesthetics of the print and exemplifies a tropical rainforest style. The emblematic collection includes dish, tea and coffee sets, becoming new must-haves for any fans of the House.
French luxury maison Dior had invited acclaimed American designer Shawn Stussy of the label Stussy to collaborate to redesign the Dior Men’s logo and launch it with the Dior Men 2020 Early Spring collection. The graffiti element has become the main element of the collection.
Besides clothing and accessories, the collaboration also produced a new tableware collection, which was launched as part of Dior Maison, the brand’s home decor arm. Shawn Stussy’s iconic graffiti design can be seen on dinner plates and mugs, lending an interesting edgy element to the luxury that Dior embodies.
This article was first published in Home and Decor.