This article is dedicated to our morning drugs, our purveyor of good humour, the fluid infusing life in our veins after only few sips.. Sounds terrible, but you know what we're talking about—tea and coffee! Today we are going to take a look at some beautiful examples of tea and coffee cups; specifically, the vessels which hold our infamous morning life savers. From our international database, discover a wide range of saucers, cups and pots to make your morning or afternoon, just that little bit more enjoyable!
The 'Crowned Heads' series are bought to you by the talented Ines de Nicolay. This creative designer, has made porcelain painting her profession for 20 years, and as it shows, she excels in this field. Procuring white French porcelain, the designer is working to create unique and original pieces, which are made to order. This could not be completed without her eye for exquisite detail. Crowned heads is a sophisticated and elegant series, which will allow your coffee and tea time to feel elegant and expensive.
Our expert Sabrina Foss designed this ergonomic bowl in which we can slide our hands so we never burn our fingers. This the perfect way for us to drink hot tea, snuggled up on the living room couch on a winter evening! Finally, we can enjoy the warmth generated by the mug, without getting hurt. This is definitely a clever idea that we wish had been thought of earlier!
Francesca Macchi offers us a huge range of mugs in her latest collection. You can choose the one that will meet your taste and personality best. Discover the collection Gioia, a diverse choice of polka dots, stripes, and diamonds. Simple geometric forms ooze with flair and creativity, making this collection feel as though it was dreamed up by one of the masters of 20th century design.
Preparing a good coffee is not easy, and thankfully, some brands are so happy to give us a boost by simplifying things. It is true, at least for some, that a good espresso or Italian coffee will never be matched. Clear out your cupboards, and make sure you enjoy a cup of coffee or three with Tassimo.
If you are a tea drinker, it is with no doubt that you love to see vintage styled pots, cups and saucers. For some, this has become an obsession, and collecting these little gems of history make their tea time even more special. There's not need to hold off on using the good china for when there are guests around. Go to work with a little extra swing in your step with this traditionally decorated tea set. And of course, be the envy of your freinds and family.
Muka Design Lab offers us Tetazas. Tetazas is the combination of two Spanish words that form a single word in the language of the Iberian Peninsula. 'Teta' means 'breast' and 'taza' cup, the two combined form 'tetaza' whose meaning is literally 'big breasts'! Sure, this is a little crass, but you cannot deny that you didn't just have a little chuckle at the name. After all, their design is very similar to the udder of a cow. Jokes aside, these ceramic cups are made by artisans in the Basque Country, so they support a unique and growing industry.