Whether you are after a monochrome set, something inspired by the sea or a pop of colour, the four new collections from LAV have it covered. See them and more at the New York Tabletop Show.
Freehand Patterns: From Piet Mondrian to Mark Rothko, from Matisse to Ettore Sottsass, embark on an artistic journey where lines follow colours. This new collection, in which abstract and fluid silhouettes come alive with colourful blocks, will add a bit of fun to the kitchen.
Dreamlike Tones: This floral collection is an excellent choice for nostalgia lovers, taking romance to a higher level with its prevailing pastel colours and bold floral patterns! Flower bouquets and colourful brush strokes symbolize the spring breeze and add a romantic and modern atmosphere to the table.
Echoes of the ocean: From the shallow waters to deep seas, the calmest shades of blue bring the freshness of the water to the table. With seashells driven by the foaming waves, this collection encourages everyone to embrace a slower and more sensitive life.
Elegance of Simplicity: Japan is the inspiration for this collection. While the clothe painting technique Shibori, paper folding art Origami and the embroidery technique Sashiko shape the patterns where simplicity is the frontrunner, floral touches continue the serenity of the collection.
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