It's practical, but above all, the Keep Kitchen storage collection by Sagaform looks good on a shelf even when there's nothing to store.
Sagaform Tulip Tin Tray from Illustrated Living
Sagaform always seem to come up trumps when it comes to providing retro kitchenwares. Their new Tulip Tin Tray, available from Illustrated Living, is another colourful example of their style.
Sagaform Santa Serving Plate
Ordinarily I'd avoid tableware that was too obviously Christmassy, but the Sagaform Santa Serving Plate is worth making an exception for.
Dandy Mug from Sagaform
Some of Swedish company Sagaform's products are very modern, but others have definitely retro influences. The Dandy Mug is firmly in the second category.
Sagaform Blossom Teapot
Sagaform can always be relied upon for a good retro pattern such with the Blossom Teapot being the latest.
The teapot is made from stoneware with an oak lid. If the design looks familiar, that is because Blossom combines the elements of three other Camilla Engdahl patterns: Tulip, Daisy and Clover, so if you already own tea sets in those prints, this teapot will work well with them.
Buy it from Illustrated Living, priced £25.95.
Sagaform daisy, tulip and clover tea sets
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.
Buy it from the Scandinavian Design Center