If you’re a keen interiors enthusiast, there’s a good chance you’re a fan of Emma Bridgewater. Since its founding in 1985, the Staffordshire-based pottery line has become a truly iconic name in British ceramics.
Available from 7 September, the brand’s autumn 2020 homeware collection features some charming new seasonal designs as well as riffs on classic Emma Bridgewater patterns, including its signature Pink Hearts design. Read on to see our favourites!
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With a pattern of pumpkins, squash and marrows representing the abundance of the harvest season, the Tumbling Pumpkins range would be a perfect gift for anyone who’s become a keen gardener over lockdown. The range also includes a tureen, the ideal vessel for serving up a hearty pumpkin soup.
Nothing evokes the first days of autumn more than a blackberry bush loaded with shiny ripe fruit, so we love this elegant design of intertwines leaves and berries. This butter dish will look perfect alongside a plate of scones and a jar of blackberry jam (homemade or shop-bought, depending on your ambition!).
Emma Bridgewater’s Pink Hearts pattern is the brand’s most instantly recognisable design, so we were really excited to find out they have been working on a new twist on the look – step forward the Pink & Green Hearts collection. A great option if pure pink is a little bit sugary for your decor style, we just can’t get enough of it!
A new addition to Emma Bridgewater’s classic flowers range, Snowdrop celebrates the delicate white flowering plant that marks the final days of winter. This chunky half-pint mug is the perfect size to wrap your hands around and enjoy a steaming serving of soup or hot chocolate.
‘Tasteful’ and ‘Halloween’ aren’t two words we’d usually put together, but this eye-catching Trick or Treat tea towel proves it can be done! From those vivid colours on the spider webs to the inked-in effect on the script, this is definitely cute enough to use all year round. Probably not one for arachnophobes, though…