Blue flowers, red feathers
It doesn’t always have to be minimalist: tables are now covered with opulent floral prints, baroque patterns and modern graphics. Instead of being all about white uniformity, the focus here is on expressive individual pieces which can be put together according to taste and personal style. This gives rise to special collections with a unique character. The Meissen Collage embodies this principle and is the perfect set to collect and combine. The designs feature historic decorative elements from the Meissen company, reinterpreted.
Classic floral drawings such as the blue-white onion pattern are paired with stylised red feathers, Japanese motifs and geometric forms. Of course, the various designs can be combined with one another – or can be positioned as eye-catching pieces as part of a classic tableware set. The Danish Royal Copenhagen brand has re-issued its historic blue flower porcelain from 1778. It has since been renamed Blomst. The service was designed by Dutch artist Wouter Dolk who combines hand-made floral motifs with contemporary, angular forms.