On a recent trip to not-so-sunny Holt in North Norfolk I stepped in to a store filled with garden and home treasures. Possibly one of the smallest shops I've ever been in to and filled entirely with gorgeous accessories, some very familiar and some not so familiar.
One family of products that looked so familiar was PiP Studio, but only by the comfortable patterns than the name. Having made a quick note in the shop, I looked up PiP Studio later to find that this studio is a successful outfit selling in to a lot of independent shops and rightfully so.
Based in the Netherlands, PiP's inspiration comes from designing products that she could never find but always wanted. With similarities to Cath Kidston but with many more distinctive patterns that all sit together in a manner that Shanghai Tang had gone through a few years ago.
If patterns are your thing, then this studio might have just the collection for you to create a stunning table setting without much work involved. PiP has done all of the hard work by selecting patterns that work together no matter which you mix and match. Enjoy...