New collection from Cordello Home

Following on from the success of their first collection, Cordello Home are excited to be launching their next  range of china, tableware and textiles at the London trade show, Tent.  Each piece is printed with a simplistic and repeated graphic pattern which is scaled up or down depending on the size of the item.  Inspired by the shape of a heart, the pattern takes on a slightly Scandinavian feel but due to the sophisticated palette of blue and white, it would work beautifully within a classic or contemporary home.  My personal favourite is the lambswool throw and handy tray table.

Cordello, Kate Shaw, Italian style china, Blue and white china, Heart china, Graphic patterns, home accessories, graphic printed china, Classic blue & White china, Tea pots, Modern tea cups
Cordello, Kate Shaw, Italian style china, Blue and white china, Heart china, Graphic patterns, home accessories, graphic printed china, Classic blue & White china, Tea pots, Modern tea cups
Cordello, Kate Shaw, Italian style china, Blue and white china, Heart china, Graphic patterns, home accessories, graphic printed china, Classic blue & White china, Tea pots, Modern tea cups
Cordello, Kate Shaw, Italian style china, Blue and white china, Heart china, Graphic patterns, home accessories, graphic printed china, Classic blue & White china, Tea pots, Modern tea cups
Cordello, Kate Shaw, Italian style china, Blue and white china, Heart china, Graphic patterns, home accessories, graphic printed china, Classic blue & White china, Tea pots, Modern tea cups
Cordello, Kate Shaw, Italian style china, Blue and white china, Heart china, Graphic patterns, home accessories, graphic printed china, Classic blue & White china, Tea pots, Modern tea cups

Credits: eggcup, £6.50; side plate, £12; cup & saucer, £19.50; teapot, £33; tray, £42; tray table, £125; lambswool throw, £270.

Kate Shaw is the founder and design director of Cordello Home, which launched in July 2014. Following a successful career in banking, Kate followed in her father’s footsteps and returned to her design heritage roots and, together with her husband, set up a global design agency that uses a distinctive heart in their logo. This in turn became the inspiration behind the Cordello Home brand.