I received more ceramics from one of my favourites recently; Serax Belgium. I never know what's in the box so it's a great surprise each time. I have this fond affection for Serax. Their ceramics are truly one of the best. They are modern and edgy yet retains that timeless classic look and feel at the same time. Perfect for every home. Needless to say, it was love at first sight.
This time round, my box contained some of Pure Tableware & Ovenware from Pascale Naessens design, a little bit from the Family Set & Daily Beginnings from Catherine Lovatt [more of the latter later] and the new first book project which is a clever combination of Food + Design. I was super giddy with excitement as i unboxed each items. They are all truly beautiful.
I feel like i should post the book separately in it's own honour. It's the best book i have laid my eyes and hands on. It's visually pleasing throughout and i can't seem to put it down. Each pages are a mixture of linen and paper with inserts that pops up with eye popping images that of, all that is so pretty. The Food + Design book is just that. It shares a snippets of each of Serax ceramic designers. Their passions, aspirations and what lies beneath their creative genius minds. There are of course, Food recipes of that i cannot wait to try. So watch this space!
I don't want to bore you with my random thoughts about Pascale Naessens collection but, instead, i want to share images to show how beautiful each pieces are. If you're a visual person like me, then you would appreciate that images speaks louder than words. :)
There's no doubt you will see more of these ceramics in my feed in the coming weeks as i play with them in my kitchen. I will even share a recipe that i will make using these beauties. So keep a look out. :)
For now, go over to Serax to view more of Pascale Naessens Collection and be tempted by their other handpicked designers too.