As the seasons change, we are all looking for cosy home decor items to bring into various rooms. As the colder weather draws ever closer, we all find ourselves wanting to bring those little warm and inviting touches into the home – whether that be in the form of soft and luxurious textiles or through clever use of ceramics and accessories. Denby have recently launched a collection that is perfect for autumn and winter.
The Natural Canvas Collection is a stunning range of ceramics, kitchenware and serving platters that have a stylish and cool look. This is then made wonderfully cosy with the addition of a classic chevron design. The Textured Large Mugs pictured above are an absolutely delightful addition to the collection. These are the perfect size to fill to the brim with deliciously decadent hot chocolate, yet delicate enough to be used for a classic cuppa on a cold autumnal morning.
The Natural Canvas Serving Bowl is perfect for serving up hearty family dinners. We used ours for some crushed new potatoes at the dinner table, but you could use it as a mixing bowl or even a salad bowl. It is heavy, stylish and incredibly versatile.
The Denby Natural Canvas collection also includes some beautiful products for everyday use. This teapot, milk jug and sugar pot are so sweet. Once again they all feature the gorgeous chevron design along the bottom, this is reminiscent of the pattern that you see on chunky and warm knitted jumpers. The design is so subtle that it would definitely fit in well with just about any kitchen design.
The Denby Natural Canvas Large Rectangular Serving Platter is another fantastic essential from this range. It is large enough to serve up a family meal and would be wonderful to serve sliced meats, roast chicken and party platters on at Christmas!
If you are looking to pick up some new kitchen or homeware items this season then the Natural Canvas collection by Denby is definitely worth investing in. These are hard-wearing, classic pieces that are going to see you through this winter and well beyond. Find out more about this and more at www.denby.co.uk