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Embracing the winter blues - Danish style

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Despite not minding the cold - oh how I love to arrive home and put the kettle on! In fact, one of the things I love the most about January and February is a good cuppa (followed by comfort food under candlelight in the evenings!), how about you?! This definitely calls for some beautiful tableware to match the occasion! Danish brand Kähler recently introduced an indigo glaze to their popular Hammershøi tableware collection and it's soooo beautiful! Created by the designer Hans-Christian Bauer, the collection draws inspiration from the original works by Danish painter Svend Hammershøi, created in the Kähler workshop back in the early 20th century. The classic Hammershøi tableware collection in indigo combines beautiful silhouettes with iconic furrows and includes three different sizes of bowl, serving and milk jugs, a teapot, a thermal cup, a mug, a bonbonnière (this would be equally nice on a shelf to store little trinkets), eggcups, salt and pepper shakers and a cruet set as well as spice grinders, oiled oak paper towel holder and two lovely tins! Here's a sneak peek....










Aaaaaaah so pretty. I think afternoon tea would taste even sweeter with these on the table don't you?!

I received the tins just before Christmas (perks of the job!!) and they make the prettiest biscuit tins - I should really have given them away as a present with homemade goodies inside and a ribbon but the family kind of fell in love with them (not just because of what was inside - honest!). Nice idea though?

Are there any pieces in this collection which catch your eye?

All the items are available from the Kähler online shop - perfect!

Have a lovely day!


This post is brought to you in collaboration with Kähler, however all words are my own and I only ever work with brands I love and think you will too.



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  1. Hello Niki, as you wrote "put the kettle on", it reminded me of "Coronation Street" as they ALWAYS say that ;-) Indeed, there's nothing like a cuppa, especially on snowy days like today (wish I could send you a picture). The tea set is wonderful! I like the ridges that increase the deepness of the blue. Totally get why you kept the tins.

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    1. Love that it reminded you of good old Corrie! So funny! Aaaah, I love the tea set too, it's so pretty!

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