Chapeau by Lyngby Porcelain
By Sarah Housley

Hamburg-based designer Milia Seyppel has created a collection of bonbon dishes for Danish brand Lyngby Porcelain. Named after the French for hat, Chapeau is shaped …

Sep 30, 2014
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Hamburg-based designer Milia Seyppel has created a collection of bonbon dishes for Danish brand Lyngby Porcelain. Named after the French for hat, Chapeau is shaped to resemble a bowler hat and coloured in soft, confectionery pastels.

Each dish is made up of two pieces, a base and a lid, which can be mixed and matched to create tempting colour combinations. The ceramic construction makes them suitable for presenting hot and cold foods – from soup to ice cream – as well as small household objects.

Chapeau is available in a choice of five colours – white, light pink, dark pink, light blue and dark blue – each in matte glazed porcelain.

For more direction on incorporating pastels into kitchenware, Homebuildlife subscribers can see our spring/summer 2016 kitchen forecast, Soft Pop.

– Sarah Housley

 


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