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March 2023

Tableware chic 

Tableware updated by collaborations between different creative universes invites us to be bold and enjoy life... By eating and drinking in the open air, for instance!

Sabrina Monte-Carlo

Stopover in Capri 

Interior architecture and design agency Pinto presents 

an exclusive dinner service created for Sabrina Monte-Carlo. This Limoges porcelain dinner set, named Capri, pays tribute to the Mediterranean with its blue tones and stylised coral and scale decorations.




The creative duo from Spanish interior design firm Masquespacio, which produces its own line of objets named Mas Creations, has created a colourful collection. Tableware adorned with maximalist geometric shapes, a combination of pastel softness and pop accents.



Heading south

Graphic designer and illustrator Floriane Jacques created the Anatole, Aliocha, and Abel patterns. Natural colours are juxtaposed to create abstract or figurative motifs, inviting the South of France into the home.



Modern poetry

The Faïencerie de Gien, founded in 1821, called on visionary multidisciplinary designer (fashion, art, design) Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. 

The L’Archipel Sentimental collection emerged from this impetus, a combination of wild imagination and joie de vivre, comprising plates, dishes, mugs, tablecloths, and placemats…


Airy, ethereal creations

Alya Tannous, born in London of Levantine origin and Parisian at heart, conceives tableware as works of art for everyday living. She puts glass blowing, a half-forgotten craft, in the limelight with her Tourbillon collection.



Nordic inspiration

The limited edition Bastua glassware, crockery, and textile collection resulted from the collaboration between Swedish giant Ikea and Finnish design company Marimekko (ready-to-wear, textiles, and interior design). Inspired by nature and Nordic sauna well-being rituals, all in vibrant prints.


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