Published: 19 November 2015
From relaxed Sunday barbecues, to dinner parties under the stars; breezy brunch parties to romantic date nights; your garden is sure to play host to a variety of events this summer.
Alfresco entertaining calls for creating a seemingly effortless 'I woke up like this' tablescape with distinctive dinnerware and tactile textures.
Western Australian ceramist Patricia Fernandes' eponymous line nails the brief, and we're thrilled to carry her beautiful, yet practical range of tableware at Aspects of Kings Park, in store only.
Merging antique Indian textile prints with a Scandinavian aesthetic, the range of porcelain objects brings artistry to the dining table at any time of day.
Opt for the collection's summery hues of coral, turquoise, yellow and peach to make mealtimes pop or choose an all-white palette for an understated look and let the food be the focus!
Accent pieces like the dessert bowls, salt vessels and pouring jugs will seamlessly mix with your existing dinnerware and bring a fresh look to your summer table. Or, select a full set of cups, bowls or plates (or all of the above!) and enjoy your bespoke set for years to come.
The handmade 'Functionality' collection is sturdy enough for outdoor events and can handle the dishwasher, oven and microwave – that’s our kind of dinnerware!
Styling tip: Fernandes' range works equally well with organic linens or bare tabletops, and lends itself to native florals or fresh foliage.