Tag Archives: ceramics

Mondays

When a trio..

of talented artists get together, amazing things develop. Jennifer Fiore, Nina Lalli and Signe Yberg meet up weekly to create a beautiful collection of ceramics called Mondays. I want every one of these lovely pieces to call my own, but I also think they’d make pretty fabulous gifts as well. Find the full assortment of one-of-a kind bowls, cups, planters, platters & beyond here.

Photos: Mondays

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Milo Makes

Wild about..

Milo Makes

"Dotty"

Milo Makes, a new collection from Emma who writes the chic blog My Little Nutmegs. Each ceramic piece is carefully thrifted then adorned with lovely doodles, which are inspired by her Caribbean childhood and love of the circus & animals. Although most of the items sold are only for decorative use (with a few exceptions) it’s easy to get crafty on how to use the plates, bowls, egg cups, mugs and more. Go check out the rest of the wonderful and expanding line here.

Lunch

"Lunch"

Photos: Milo Makes

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Donna Wilson

A big fan..

Donna Wilson Owl Plate

Donna Wilson Owl Plate

of artist, Donna Wilson’s work.  The talented artist has gained a ton of recognition since she began her career and even won Elle Deco British designer of the year award last year. From ceramics to pillows, it’s one of those brands that is perfect for gifting. And that includes self purchases.

Donna Wilson Use my Beehive Tea Towel

Donna Wilson Use my Beehive Tea Towel

Photos: Donna Wilson

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Guest Hunter, Signe Yberg

She’s..

Signe Yberg

Signe Yberg

smart, beautiful, cool and just happens to be this week’s Guest Hunter. Meet Signe Yberg. As a teenager in the late-80s, Signe spent her hard-earned babysitting money on records and clothing from New York City’s vintage stores and downtown boutiques. Poking around in shops, going to concerts, and people-watching on the city’s endlessly inspiring streets, Signe became acutely aware of how style communicates personality and character. She experimented with a variety of her own personal looks and reveled in the expressive nature of wardrobe. Often, she and her friends would pool their treasures, turn on the stereo, and play dress-up. A passionate creator, Signe styled, applied makeup to, and took pictures of herself and her friends, later developing the film in her own darkroom. In the 90s, as a student at New York University, Signe turned her interests to Art History and Cinema Studies, further honing her eye and appreciation for color, pattern, form, and costume… and how they all come together to tell a story. Today, Signe realizes she has always been a stylist, and her influences continue to come from film, fine arts, music and (as always) the people she encounters on a daily basis.

Signe is a lifelong New Yorker, currently lives in Brooklyn, and is an avid cyclist and ceramicist. So, be sure to KEEP READING, you’re guaranteed to be wowed and inspired by Signe’s picks…we sure were!

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Kaori Ceramics

Introduced..

Kaori Ceramics

Kaori Ceramics

to Kaori Ceramics by Big Tomato Company really love what she’s doing. Kaori Tatebayashi grew up in Kyoto, Japan a city known for its ceramics so building was a part of Kaori’s life from a very early age. She now resides in London and has won countless awards for her work over the years. Kaori makes tableware that is super simple and elegant as well as s hand-built stoneware sculptures of everyday objects – like shirts, shoes and vases.  Each item has a ton of detail, very original and great additions to just about any room.

Photo: Kaori Ceramics

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Porcelain Lace Cup

The obsession..

Hideminy Porcelain Lace Cup, $32

Hideminy Porcelain Lace Cup, $32

with all things WHITE continues. Loving this porcelain lace cup from Hideminy, an artist from Tokyo who now resides in New York.  She has a shop on Etsy and has an assortment of cups, bowls, plates, and more. Each piece is hand made, so natural variations are to be expected. I really like the vintage feel and clean aesthetic of her work.. very sweet.

Photo: Etsy

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