Kate Metten Ceramics is a haven for those searching for unusual ceramics. On Main Street in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, this new shop is airy, minimalist, and welcoming, with sunlight illuminating the handmade pieces inside.
The Collecto ethos revolves around fostering the connection that happens when people gather at someone’s home. It’s being at the table that means the most.
Helle Mardahl’s lavish glassware is a whimsical twist on the more traditional (and stagnant) table setting.
We’ve selected some contemporary manufacturers who are making porcelain tableware with a modern twist by incorporating exciting innovations in the design or production.
At 15,000 square feet, the new space is smaller than the 25,000-square-foot venue it had occupied since 1992. But there’s no question it’s an upgrade.
Vista Alegre and Christian Lacroix collaborate for the sixth time on a fantastyland tableware collection.
When the circus comes to town, the dream world comes to life, and Dutch design mastermind Marcel Wanders is right at home in this whimsical realm.
Toronto’s Hopson Grace is bound to inspire. This space, designed by interior design firm Burdifilek, carries the most exquisite tableware.
There is nothing quite like a home-cooked meal, and table decor is a noteworthy detail to a well-executed gathering.