This ceramic range is absolutely bursting with colour from an array of beautifully depicted floral blooms.
The design of the cheeseboard caught my eye initially, then I was pleased to discover there are even more pieces in the range – plates, mugs, bowls and even a rolling pin. I love how the designs are continued inside the mugs and bowls too, so they’re not left plain inside.
This gorgeous range of stoneware is rather aptly called the Sissinghurst Castle range. If you’ve ever been to the National Trust’s Sissinghurst Castle garden in Kent, then you’ll know why – the gardens there are bursting with flowers too, especially at this time of year (it’s definitely worth a visit).
Here are the links to each of the pieces, which are available to purchase at Anthropologie:
Dinner plate – £20
Side plate – £14
Bowl – £14
Mug – £12
Rolling pin – £32
If you don’t want to go all out floral with your dinnerware, then these pieces would work very well used in a mix and match fashion, with white china.4