Spring is SO close, I can feel it in the air!
I’m definitely more of a winter gal at heart, but there is something about those chilly get-ups with a glow of morning sun that gives me all the feels.
(Or maybe it’s the fact that I can finally rock my floral bomber jacket collection and not completely freeze to death!)
That being said, it’s the time of year when florals flourish in all aspects of our visual life – from fashion to furnishings.
So if florals are your thing, I think you’re going to like the latest addition to my home!
The latest collection from homeware brand MeldHome is a nature-infused fine china and tableware collaboration with Mille Marotta. You might recognise the name, or even the designs, as Millie is one the leading illustrators behind the recent colouring book trend!
I’m not wholly surprised the colouring phenomenon has taken off. I’m always trying to persuade my little girl to sit down and colour, because it’s just as relaxing for me.
I think the designs are beautiful and truly versatile. They’ve got the right level of subtlety and neutrality but with pops of understated colour, so they should really complement any style you’ve got on your dinner table.
I personally think they’re too gorgeous to put food on and will probably end up displaying the plates on the wall. Take a look at the pieces that are being welcomed into my kitchen and let me know which is your favourite!
Such an interesting shape! Available in 2 sizes: 35cm x 29cm RRP £26. 28cm x 23cm RRP £16
Jewel Moth and Peeping Bird Mugs
Most mugs are just shoved in the cupboard. These are far too pretty for that! Thankfully we have a mug tree so they’ll be getting pride of place on there. RRP £10 each.
Birds and Butterflies Plate Sets
Each plate has a different design which is why I think they’d be best displayed on the wall! Each plate has a diameter of 20.3 cm and the set of four are packaged in a gift box. RRP £25
This set of 3 dipping bowls comes gift boxed at £22. A standard size at 11cm wide. I love that they’re all different in design, giving them a real feel of ‘handmade’.
You can view the full range HERE and next time you pop out for a new adult colouring book, treat yourself to the matching dinnerware.
Which one is your favourite? Colouring in dinner party anyone?