Net-a-Porter’s new tableware category will feature notable brands like Ginori and Loewe Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
By Cheryl Lai-Lim

By Cheryl Lai-Lim

May 24, 2021

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Here’s news to excite any decorating enthusiast: Global luxury retailer Net-a-Porter is expanding its lifestyle line to include a new selection of home items. Included in the tableware category, the coveted range now includes collections from notable brands such as Loewe, Helle Mardahl, Ginori 1735 and Nimerology.

The e-commerce giant began adding to its edition of household items late last year, amid rising demand for household items spurred by the pandemic. The expansion saw Net-a-Porter introduce two categories – decorative items and soft decor – to its lifestyle section. This included an organized collection of products such as artistic ceramic pieces and statement throws such as Anissa Kermiche, CompletedWorks, JiaJia and Erdem.

Sleek and stylish pieces can be found in Net-a-Porter's new tableware category Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Sleek and stylish pieces can be found in Net-a-Porter’s new tableware category Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter

The new tableware category will include some of the most elegant pieces to decorate your table (or shelf) in style. Whether it’s eye-catching home fragrances by Loewe, playful blown glass tableware by Helle Mardahl or delicate vases by Ginori 1735, these creations are sure to enhance the style of your home.

Below we highlight some of the collections to expect from world famous brands.

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L'Objet Zen Bonsai gold-plated porcelain plates, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
L’Objet Zen Bonsai gold-plated porcelain plates, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
The Object Haas Brothers Mojave gold-plated porcelain bowl, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
The Object Haas Brothers Mojave gold-plated porcelain bowl, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter

Adored for its glamorous style, L’Objet already offers a wide range of candles, lotions and room fragrances on Net-a-Porter. The brand is now adding its exquisite set of porcelain tableware, centerpieces and serving plates to its exclusive line. Expect gold-trimmed dinnerware sets and whimsical porcelain bowls from their Alchimie and Bohême collections.

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Large Ginori Ming porcelain vase, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Large Ginori Ming porcelain vase, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Ginori Luke Edward Hall Empty Pocket Small Dish in Gold-Plated Porcelain, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Ginori Luke Edward Hall Empty Pocket Small Dish in Gold-Plated Porcelain, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter

Known for his excellent craftsmanship and artistic creations, Ginori 1735 is a cult favorite with decor enthusiasts the world over (he’s not known as the “ Ferrari of tableware ” for nothing). Now in the hands of Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele, the Italian brand offers handcrafted tableware that is expertly molded, fired and hand painted by master craftsmen using traditional techniques.

Net-a-Porter will present pieces from the Il Viaggio Di Nettuno collection, inspired by Greco-Roman mythology and representing a mix of fashion, art and history.

Available now

Cocktail Cream Tea collection from Helle Mardahl Photo: Courtesy of Helle Mardahl
Cocktail Cream Tea collection by Helle Mardahl Photo: Courtesy of Helle Mardahl
Cocktail Cream Tea collection by Helle Mardahl Photo: Courtesy of Helle Mardahl
Cocktail Cream Tea collection by Helle Mardahl Photo: Courtesy of Helle Mardahl

Known for her unique hand-blown glass collections, the works of Copenhagen-based designer Helle Mardahl are imbued with a flair of extravagance and flamboyance. Each piece produced is imbued with its individual form and personality; no two parts are the same.

Pieces from the designer’s candy-colored collection titled Cocktail Cream Tea will be available on Net-a-Porter. Showcasing brilliant handcrafted dinnerware pieces that are a marriage of organic shapes and pastel undertones, glass designs will add a dose of vibrancy to any space.

Available end of May

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Large Raawii Strøm earthenware bowl, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Large Raawii Strøm earthenware bowl, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Large Raawii Strøm Terracotta Jug, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Large Raawii Strøm Terracotta Jug, from Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter

Danish homeware supplier Raawaii creates versatile designs characterized by clean lines, simple silhouettes and vibrant hues. Raawaii’s tasteful sculptural pieces form a lasting impression, and true to its Scandinavian roots, each piece is a marriage of form and function.

Brighten up your space with eye-catching pieces like their earthenware bowls and ceramic vases covered in a colorful glaze.

Available now

Small Dinosaur Designs Offering Bowl, by Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Small Dinosaur Designs Offering Bowl, by Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Dinosaur Designs Resin Dish, by Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Dinosaur Designs Resin Dish, by Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter

Australian jewelry and homeware brand Dinosaur Designs designs and produces each of their stunning resin pieces by hand. The result are unique pieces with individual swirls created from a play of colors and shapes. Some of the brand’s most popular products, including beetle bowls and decorative vases, will be available at the online retailer.

Available end of May

Nimerology Here Comes the Sun plate, by Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Nimerology Here Comes the Sun plate, by Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Nimerology Here Comes the Sun plate, by Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter
Nimerology Here Comes the Sun plate, by Net-a-Porter Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter

The luxury goods brand Nimerology offers tableware pieces with a thoughtful design. Founded by designer Nour al Nimer, the collections reflect a mix of cultures seen through the lens of a globetrotter.

The Net-a-Porter edition will include pieces from collections such as Isabelle’s Garden Party, an ode to nature that features various flora and fauna designs on an assortment of porcelain, as well as I Left My Heart in Mexico. , a contemporary collection with a bright palette that pays homage to the colorful culture of Mexico.

Available end of May