It’s Sunday evening and we realise we invited friends round for dinner. Great, time to panic. David whacks some salmon in the oven and we rustle up some potatoes. A nice, easy Sunday supper. However, this time it’s a little different. Gone are our chipped plates, scuffed bowls and cracked cups that we’ve collated over the years whilst renting. We’ve spruced up our impromptu dinner party with Kähler Design.

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IMG_1297A 175 year old brand, Kähler Design creates the most beautiful Danish ceramics. Traditionally a meeting place for incredible Danish artists, the Kähler workshop is still a hub for contemporary Danish design talent today.

Handmade just as they would have been 175 years ago, the quality of Kähler Design ceramics is next to none. The range spans from tableware and vases through to candlesticks and trays. It’s fantastic design for all aspects of the home.

We knew our dining table needed a new lease of life and as soon as we spotted the Ombria range we fell in love. Designed by Anders Arhøj, this 27 piece collection includes dinner plates, cups, bowls and even flowerpots.

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IMG_1437We couldn’t resist the mottled effect on the ceramics. The random splatters have been applied by hand and give the tableware a beautiful texture. And for dinner? We opted for a simple salmon dish with spring vegetables and new potatoes – a simple Scandi supper to go alongside our Ombria tableware.

 

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The Ombria range includes four soft, tonal colours: Marble White, Slate Grey, Moonlight Blue and Granite Green. The three former worked perfectly for our simple Scandi/nautical vibe. That’s what we love about the collection, the versatility. Whether you went for just one colour for the whole set, chose two tones for a cool monochrome feel or mix and matched for an eclectic look, for such a considered collection there’s plenty of choice.

A simple supper spruced up with a fantastically Nordic new tableware set. Visit Kähler Design to see all the collections, we particularly love the Hammershøi range too.

Now, who’s going to wash up?
David & Mark x

This post is a collaboration with Kähler Design. For more information on working with us, head here.

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