Five contemporary ceramic designers picked by Room 356, an understated home and lifestyle shop in Bolton with an alluring website and social media accounts.
Inspired by their pared down homeware, we asked them to compile a list of ceramic designers we should know about on Instagram.
We work with Jack and stock an array of his ceramic pots. We love the geometric designs and the tilted planters are our favourite. They are so versatile, they can be used to hold tiny succulents and air plants as well as being used to hold salt crystals or as a ring dish.
Inspired by nature and Nordic tones, we love the work of Sarah Oakman. Not only are her objects tactile, they are functional too.
Based in Newcastle Australia, Clay Canoe takes inspiration from Japanese influences. Each piece has it’s own unique imperfections and we adore the earthy tones.
Based in South London, Elliott creates elegant and simple design-led pieces. The clean lines and unglazed finishes of some of his ceramic pieces are truly eye-catching.
We have stocked some of Harriet Levy-Cooper’s beautiful work; our favourites being the mini parade pots and ring prisms. Her designs are understated, with natural tones and textures.