Entries Tagged as 'melamine plates'

mama & baby…

April 4, 2013

"blue melamine dinner set"This week’s picks for mama & baby… let mama decorate her table with these royal blue salad servers while baby enjoys eating on that melamine dinner set.

"Birds of Feather melamine plates"

The sun has got his hat on, hip-hip-hip-hooray… as the song goes.  It’s true, the sun has finally decided to grace our shores.  And that can only mean lots of barbecues, picnics and al-fresco eating galore.  So, I’ve been on the hunt for some melamine plates.  My search ended when I found these Birds of Feather plates.  How wonderful are they?  They’re almost too good to eat from… almost!  The rich colours and the beautiful images inspired by the outdoors combine to create true stunners.  These Birds of Feather melamine plates are by Pocketo and cost $40 for a set of 4 and they offer worldwide shipping.  Pocketo is a hot US based design shop with the philosophy ‘art for your everyday’, and I for one subscribe whole heartedly to this philosophy.

Pocketo first discovered through Covet Garden

"not Neutral melamine snack set"

"not Neutral colourful kids rugs"

"not neutral tree wall stickers"not Neutral is what they’re called and not neutral is what you can expect, big time.  If you love your whites, creams and ivories then this ones probably not for you.  But if hot, fiery colours float your boat, stick around and don your sunnies!  Based in LA, this design company create fabby kiddy stuff and homey stuff.  On offer are melamine plates, area rugs, quilts, wall art, the most delicious garden stakes I’ve ever laid eyes on and more.  And everything comes in shocking pinks, canary yellows, lime greens, sea blues… you get the idea.  To give you a measure of prices, the melamine snack set costs $26, while the rugs are from $260, and they deliver to the UK from $8.  Check out not Neutral and feast your eyes on their bold n’ beautiful goodies.

"smiling planet melamine plates"

Lovely, happy, plates from Smiling Planet.  Their mission: to make you smile and I’m definitely smiling wide.  On offer are kiddy plates and bowls with whimsical drawings that are oh so light-hearted and fun.  And they’re all earth-friendly too, made with recycled and recyclable plastic, free of all nasties like BPA, Lead, Phthalates and toxic inks.  There’s many to choose from including a Ballerina Mouse plate and a Blue Whale plate, both of which are just fab.  In the bowls section, I’m wantingly eyeing the music Lion one which immediately brought on a big smile.  The Smiling Planet plastic kids plates cost £12.95 while the bolws cost £7.95 and delivery is £3.95.  So, so tempting!

My mustachioed viking

September 23, 2010

"Viking plates for children"

Vikings.  Not something I think about but today I’m going a bit viking ga-ga.  I’ve spotted these stylish melamine dinner plates that are the creation of Sandra Monat, a German lady big on contemporary style with a historical twist.  I’m loving the illustrations of the vikings, they’re so cool, so contemporary, so cheerful.  I’m especially keen on the black mustachioed one sheltering himself from the rain… how amazing is he?

The square plate is smaller costing £11.50 while the larger round ones (including my mustachioed friend!) cost £13.50 with delivery from £3.50.  Will a dash of viking adventure mean more greens are chomped?  No but I’m still vanting!

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