As we all know by now, Emma Bridgewater has beautiful products for every theme you could think of, and we loooove them all. So we thought we'd share another one of our favourites which might fit quite nicely right now.
Country living is a theme that here at Daisy Park we are very familiar with, being in North Devon, as we know many of our customers are. So how could we not put together some gorgeous mugs and tins from EB that perfectly sum up life in the country?
The Dream Houses range is a small one but certainly a beautiful one nonetheless, and includes two mugs: Fisherman's Cottage, and Keepers Cottage. Both cottages being set in a more rural setting, they encompass country living perfectly, whether that be next to the sea or in the middle of a bluebell wood.
The Country Summer tray inspired by Emma Bridgewater's own home and illustrated by her husband Matthew Rice, is another perfect addition to your home. Whether you use it for cuppas in the garden or display it in your home to remind you of the countryside, it'll look lovely however you use it.
Is there anything more countryside than a village fete? We think not. Many village fetes will of course not be going ahead this year, so if you're longing for the wholesome atmosphere of one, the Village Fete mug might just remind you of the happy times until next year. The bunting and stall illustrations are just too sweet!
And finally, the Salt Water and Fresh Water ranges are also wonderful ones for those who might love open water. With two mugs and a large tray to choose from, it's a lovely little one to collect. The designs feature creatures from both salt waters and fresh waters like Whitebait and Prawns, Mallards and Pikes amongst others, and would be perfect for anyone who loves the sea or fishing in lakes.
We think these bits would make for perfect pick-me-ups to anyone who might be missing an annual summer holiday in the countryside, or for those who simply love where they live. Either way, they're beautifully designed and practically irresistible in our opinion!