Wednesday, 31 October 2012 by Irene Hoofs
Kasja Cramer Ceramics are one of those special products made by
talented individuals. Mostly made out of porcelain clay ‘the whitest of all clays’
you can definitely see why each piece is special. Because they are all
carefully handmade, you will be getting one of a kind pieces because no two are
completely alike. That’s the beauty of handmade product don't you think? [READ MORE]
Kasja Cramer Ceramics website displays all her work and
check out how unique her photoshoots are. Have some in the kitchen or one as a vase on your dinning table. Find out what is your favorite ceramic piece. ~ Sufiya
.. Kasja Cramer Ceramics
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 by Irene Hoofs
Jenna Postma is a wonderful young designer that creates from the
heart. Working with different materials, Jenna produces simple everyday items
with a little bit of her own story.
Do you recognize these? These ceramic necklaces are of the
everyday view of Dutch architecture. What is your building of choice? A
farmhouse? A church? I would go for the mill!
The jewelry box is the other piece I would like to mention
because I was excited it’s a standing jewelry box. Being a girl herself Jenna
thought that it would be useful if you could hang your necklaces in the box.
Yes that’s perfect! If you don’t want the high legs, there are smaller ones for
tables and walls. ~Sufiya
Wednesday, 1 August 2012 by Irene Hoofs
It's about time that I write about Dutch designer Foekje Fleur once more here on Bloesem. She has so many new wonderful designs since I saw her amazing porcelain plates for the first time. When I saw how young this designer is, born in 1988, i first felt very old :) but more importantly am curious to see what this talent is going to bring in the long future ahead of her...
Above a series of bottles in porcelain using molds from wasted plastic bottle that were found in Dutch river the Maas ... I think the colors are so beautiful. You can buy them online in her shop.
and these probably are the nicest Christmas ornaments I have seen in a long time... unfortunately sold out, but perhaps we might convince her selling them again this year.
Monday, 16 July 2012 by Irene Hoofs
Elke van den Berg is a Dutch Designer that is worth to keep an eye on. She recently designed four absolutely beautiful drinking jugs, that you can use for serving tea, coffee, water or lemonade. Now you could ask yourself why these jugs are so special. Well, these four jugs are not only a piece of art that you can hang in your kitchen for display no, each jug was made with a purpose and that is the drinks that you serve. Elke choose to make the jugs out of different materials based on the characteristics of the drinks as every drink has its own character...
You can check out more of Elke’s products with brilliant colour combinations at Studio Elke van den Berg. Like these ramekins called Chocolate Circus it does not only sound delicious but it also looks delicious..
If it was me I know what I would choose to hang up in my kitchen...lucky for us Elke’s products are for sale at Restorded (they collect and sell unique products like Elke's) or at Confetti webshop.
..Elke van den Berg
Tuesday, 29 May 2012 by Irene Hoofs
I have fallen deeply for these Utilitarian ceramic Vessels by B.Fiess... a little bit more about this American native on his about page ...
some places online where you can pre-oreder the vessels; Leif ; iko iko ; ship&shape ; .. I still haven't decided which color combination I like best. But just looking at the page gives me so much color inspiration. Would love to hear what you think about them?
Thanks Nina for the link!
Wednesday, 16 May 2012 by Irene Hoofs
I really like this series by Sue Tirrell at The Clay Studio - you can always find such interesting pieces at The Clay Studio, and it feels good to know that you're supporting independent artists. One of the things I like to do when I visit The Clay Studio online, is go to their shop by artist section, and that way I can take an individual look at each designer, and not feel overwhelmed by all the lovely options.
Michelle Miller is the artist behind these sweet little cupcake stands (pictured above) found at The Clay Studio, and I like the idea of displaying your cupcakes...though I'm not sure I've ever been able to keep any in the house long enough to make it to its own stand. - Sponsor Spotlight
..The Clay Studio