These Sagaform daisy, tulip and clover tea sets are another easy way to brighten up a kitchen.
Pictured is the tulip design but the other designs follow the same pattern – 60s-style, bold floral designs on a generously sized mug. As you'd expect the clover cup features a green pattern, while the daisy is in blue – in fact it would go perfectly with the Jonathan Adler tea towel we featured yesterday.
They're designed by Camilla Engdahl, the designer behind Sagaform's 'retro' tea cup and saucer. These tea cups each come in a metal tin decorated with the same pattern, surely perfect for future biscuit storage use. To complete the set, they also come with a tea ball.
An ideal gift for a tea lover, they cost £22.23 each.
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HarBenger2 are another company that combine new designs with recycled elements, including the Clover Table illustrated. The table combines an old metal planter base that's been painted in matt black with a shaped, walnut veneer top to create an interesting, contemporary look.
The nature of the recycled elements means that, although the objects can look similar, they are never quite the same so it's worth keeping an eye on the designs for sale at their Etsy store. This design costs $130 but, as the duo are Houston based, you'll need to add shipping fees onto that price.
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