Blog/Silver Linings: Diesel Living With Seletti

the machine collection with metal finish by diesel living with seletti

Machine collection in silver by Diesel Living with Seletti, from £8, Warehouse Home

 

A ceramic interpretation of the gears and cogs of industry, The Machine Collection by Diesel Living with Seletti is a firm favourite here at Warehouse Home! Rendered with toothed edges and finished in an industrial white, this revolutionary collection of plates, bowls, cutlery, glasses and candleholders draws inspiration from the imagery of mechanics. In today’s post we’re introducing the oh so decadent second addition to the collection, contemporary porcelain dinnerware with rough luxe silver edging.

Our tips for seasonal dining you ask? Well layering of course! First add texture with natural materials such as a linen tablecloth to add warmth and contrast to your setting; mix it up and make those metals sparkle with a moodier palette of Storm Grey, Olive or Fir Green. Next, mix and match both the original white and silver edged plates, bowls and side dishes to create a luxurious industrial scheme. Finally, add further dimension with the luxurious bronze Transmission candleholders and gold or silver cutlery. 

transmission bronze candle holders by diesel living with seletti in industrial scheme
Add dimension with the luxurious bronze Transmission candleholders and gold or silver cutlery.

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