Contrasts can be quiet ones and it doesn’t always have to be about colour. If you prefer a pure white palette, introduce difference through subtle texture and design details.
Croxton is hand-made, hand-painted and glazed in white. At the centre it’s smooth, but as you make your way to its perimeter, you’ll find crimped markings and dots (we were inspired by the pricks and presses you do when making home-made pastry).
In this image, you can see how using three layers of Croxton is a simple but elegant grouping. The subtle design detail creates variance that stops it from appearing too flat, and the use of Handsworth cutlery in Mist breaks up the palette.
But, don’t be afraid to combine different collections with differing details. The dimpled and dotted Bowsley is a great partner to Croxton. Together, they create an interesting interplay between look and touch.