London-Based Design Studio Toogood Unveils First Homeware Collection
Dedicated to hand-finished ceramics and decorative geometric throws.
“This debut homeware collection has been over two years in the making; the inspiration first came while I was exploring common items from the kitchen such as the soft volumes of rising dough and hand-shaped leavened pastries,” Faye said in a press release. “Being able to translate those experiences and forms into functional yet sculptural pieces has been thrilling, and represents an important moment for the studio, as we begin to bring our design pieces to new audiences, with no compromise on quality.”
The six-piece “Dough” range is dedicated to ceramics such as mugs, jugs, platters, bowls, vases and centerpieces. Hand-sculpted in Toogood’s studio, the offerings arrive in matte cream and charcoal colorways for a minimal aesthetic. All items come with soft curves and a subtle glaze hand-applied by expert artisans in Portugal.
Elevate your space even further with the “Plough” capsule’s hand-woven decorative throws. Crafted from eco-friendly merino wool, two of the blankets boast stripes reminiscent of freshly plowed country fields.
Take a look at what to expect above. Toogood’s homeware collection will be available online and at select global retailers soon.