The Gorgeous Denby Studio Craft Range & a Giveaway!

As you may have gathered by now, I am quite the fan of Denby and love featuring their tableware on my blog.  Today it’s the turn of the recently launched ‘Studio Craft‘ collection.  It may be a new range, but it manages to evoke a feeling of nostalgia.

This earthy brown, beige and cream flecked stoneware gives me all the 1970s feels!  With the nation’s apparent love of 70s style, from fashion to interior design, this range fits so well.  I can see it sitting perfectly comfortably on top of a teak coffee table, beside the spider plants in macrame holders.  (If I could bake, I would have whipped up a black forest gateaux to show off these dishes in all their retro glory!)

I especially love the ‘ombre’ effect of these pieces – from dark espresso, through nut brown and to more delicate hues of cream.  Some of the pieces are smooth while others ridged, but all are glossy and feature lovely curves.

While the small bowls are ideal for things like snacks, tapas and desserts (they’re the perfect size for kids’ ice cream and little hands) the larger dishes are just great for hearty meals, pasta, salads, fruit or bread.  So very versatile!

As ever, with Denby, the enduring quality is never in doubt.  This pottery is both beautiful and robust, able to handle the oven, freezer or dishwasher.  Investing in Denby will never disappoint as it so successfully stands the test of time.

I love partnering with Denby and am so pleased they wanted to offer you the chance to win a fabulous handcrafted four piece Studio Craft Nesting Bowl Set worth £50:

Denby Studio Craft

Stylish and rustic, this gorgeous set would grace any table top – and make a lovely wedding or housewarming gift.  To be in with a chance of winning this great prize, simply follow the steps below and good luck!

Disclaimer: A selection of sample bowls were sent to me by Denby so that I could style the photos in this post.

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