By Ruth Doherty published
Ceramics fans are going to go potty (sorry) over Denby's new Modus collection – an ultra-chic range of bowls, plates and platters in achingly cool yet timeless finishes.
Inspired by the ‘minimalist luxe’ trend, which takes minimalist style and adds a sleek, functional edge, Denby Modus combines layers of pattern and texture on simple contemporary forms which are designed to make a big impact.
Textural glazes, tonal colours and rich highlights all blend together to give depth and warmth in this stunning collection that oozes a touch of decadence and true design details.
Combining handcrafted techniques and striking glaze effects to create ceramics with depth, Denby Modus is an elegant range, which is made with purpose and soul.
The collection features four tonal glaze effects including; a pure speckle, striking ombre, abstract marble and rich walnut pattern for stunning stoneware that has a touch of opulence and showcases truly beautiful design details.
Each piece is designed to blend seamlessly with warm neutral interiors in the home and is striking enough to stand alone.
The Denby Pottery Modus collection has a refined feel and look whilst maintaining the durability for which the brand is recognised.
Made in Denby’s factory in Derbyshire and passed through at least 20 pairs of hands, this quality tableware collection features a range of sleek, new shaped bowls, plates, platters and mugs designed with new fashioned dining and entertaining in mind.
The premium Denby Pottery Modus collection also includes hand thrown vases, showcasing the true artistry of this range.
Denby Designer, Sue Exton-Russell, says: 'Modus is a collection full of beautiful details. The range showcases the layering of an array of warm neutrals with dark highlights to create a palette which is both easy to live with, yet striking with luxury touches.'
Denby has been at the heart of homeware and entertaining for over 200 years, designing handcrafted, made-in-England, long-lasting stoneware perfect for stylish entertaining, everyday dining.
We think we'll take it all... Visit denbypottery.com.
Ruth Doherty is an interiors writer who has worked for Homes & Gardens and Ideal Home magazines among many others.
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