Add some minimalist Scandinvaian chic to your decor with one – or all – of these Egg Dot Vases from Danish designer Trine Weng.
Mini Moderns Festival espresso set
We mentioned these were coming, way back here, but now the Mini Moderns new porcelain sets are available to pre-order, including this Festival espresso set.
Using the patterns from their popular design inspired by the Festival of Britain, the set contains four mix and match set of espresso cups. The cups feature some of the famous visual elements of the festival such as the Skylon and the Dome of Discovery. A similar set is also available featuring another 50s-inspired design, Whitby. The designs are also available on tea plates and tea sets.
The espresso set costs £19.95 while individual mugs are available for £7.50 each.
Order them online now for shipping in the first week of September.
Ceramic retro tattoo-style heart shaped box
This unusual ceramic heart shaped box features a retro tattoo-style design. The lid is covered with the words 'love forever' alongside all the emblems you'd expect from a traditional tattoo: a bleeding heart, birds, cupid. However, it's all rendered in white porcelain with a matt finish, rather than in pen and ink.
The box is much bigger than you might think too, measuring 30cm x 28cm, and making it quite a declaration of love for your home.
It's priced at £69.
Buy it from Rockett St George
Stig Lindberg Aster porcelain
You'll probably recognise Stig Lindberg's Bersa porcelain design with its distinctive leaf motif. However, Gustavsberg also have reissued another of Lindberg's works from the 1970s, the Aster design.
Looking equally as Scandinavian cool, the cup features a large floral pattern in either red or blue against white. And, like the Bersa, it doesn't come cheap either. A coffee cup will set you back the equivalent of $80.
Buy it from the Huset shop website