Do you love fresh blue tableware? Blue works naturally in partnership with white, so it’s no wonder many of these tableware collections feature the colours blue and white in harmony together. Interestingly, many of them are also inspired by the sea. Here are a range of fresh blue tableware designs to feast your eyes on.
Royal Doulton Pacific Porcelain collection
The Pacific collection is produced in a fresh blue colour palette and features elements associated with beaches – such as shells, textures, nets, rock formations, waves and sea urchins. The patterns have their own unique irregularities, reflective of the nature of the sea.
Prices for the Pacific collection start at £8.
Rick Stein Coves of Cornwall range
Rick Stein has a lovely range of fresh blue tableware inspired by Cornish Coves. This one is the Hawker’s Cove side plate.
Tokyo Design Studio Flora Japonica Crane plate
The design of this Flora Japonica plate by Tokyo Design Studio takes inspiration from traditional Japanese designs, where the crane often features. A large dinner plate in this fresh blue tableware design costs £20.
A by Amara Coast collection
The A by Amara Coast collection of tableware is made in Portugal and features a water droplet inspired design painted in cool blue shades.
Sets of four pieces are available from £45.
ED Ellen DeGeneres Blue Love plates
This set of four love themed plates is from the ED Ellen DeGeneres for Royal Doulton collection. The four linear designs each represent love in their own way. The plates measure 21cm and come as a set of four.
Mikasa Drift Blue Ombre Tableware
An inky blue ombre effect against white is the theme of this fresh blue tableware set. It’s by Mikasa and is called Drift (yet another watery themed name!). The blue is set of nicely by the addition of a terracotta orange rim – very Mediterranean in style! A 12 piece set is available from Next.0