With searches for ‘ceramic dinnerware’ up 185 per cent on Pinterest, it seems that earthenware, porcelain and stoneware are dominating the table top this autumn and winter and it’s a trend that is reflected in the new Salt&Pepper range.
As with every Salt&Pepper collection, the autumn/winter offering is large but it’s the earthy vibe that stands out the most for me. From shibori inspired pattern to 1970’s look earthenware, these are our top picks.
Perfect for those that covet a world-traveller vibe, the appropriately titled Nomad collection has been a perennial favourite for the brand and this season sees two new colour ways added into the mix – natural and rust. Featuring organic shapes and a handmade feel, this range is perfect for mixing and matching. The collection also features plenty of new designs too including a tablet holder, spoon rest, jug, garlic keeper and mixing bowls.
Unglazed and raw in texture, the Form dinnerware collection is inspired by the colours of native Australia. The range is available in bisque, clay and black and as individual pieces or as a 16-piece dinner set. I have my eye on that pink!
Inspired by Japanese shibori dying techniques, the Akari dinnerware range brings fabulous texture to the tabletop. A beautiful indigo colour, you could layer in a couple of pieces with your existing whites for a seasonal change and this range is available as a 12-piece dinner set or as loose pieces too.
Lovers of 1970’s earthenware will love the Sachi collection. Designed with a natural, raw stoneware base and embellished with a coloured, drip glaze feature around the rim, this range is the perfect complement to the earthy interiors trend.
Made from terracotta, the Eden range includes table top and floor planters for both inside and out. I love the gorgeous gold accents.
Not exactly earthenware but I love the old-world glamour of the Bond collection and thought you would too – I just had to include it! The decanter and matching glassware are made from pressed crystalline glass.