Homegirl London’s Trend Edit: Octopus Tableware. Eccentric dinner party hosts will love these octopus design tableware pieces and outlandish bowls standing on tentacles. Decorate your table with style for a night to remember! See my Octopus Tableware trend selection if you dare to be different.
Octopus Tableware Trend Edit
Trends Edit Product Picks
Cream Cornwall Octopus Tableware: This company makes amazing octopus bone china tableware including dinner plates £24 (product code 397634), side plates £17 (product code 524787) and bowls, £17 (product code 525013), from Cream Cornwall at Not on the High Street.
Mia Sarosi Octopus Tableware: Decorative porcelain in a classical Japanese style in blue brushstrokes. Collection includes small and large plates and bowls, mug, teapot, pourer and jug, prices start at £32 from Heal’s (product code MG001903).
Octopus Stand and Glass Bowl: Versatile bowl which can be filled with ice to serve oysters, salad or anything you wish to display in the centre of your dining table, £129 from Marquis and Dawe at Not on the High Street (product code 616979).
Octopus Snack Bowl: A resin bowl stands on metal tentacle legs which is perfect for holding nuts and other snacks at your dinner party, £150 from Amara (product code ASD.100/W).
John Derian Squid and Octopus Oval Plate: Stunning serving plate in glass bearing a vintage style image for the eccentric host, £69 from The Conran Shop (product code 1040517).
Rory Dobner Outlaw Octopus Letter O Tile: Eccentric tile featuring unique illustrated design of an octopus with guns in black ink which can be used as a teapot or coffee pot stand on your table or as a decorative object, £38 from Amara (product code 2001-O).
Buy Octopus Tableware Products
You can buy the products mentioned in this feature from the following online retailers.
Octopus Tableware Post Credits
Author: Homegirl London. Thanks: No one assisted with this feature. Prices correct at time of publishing but please check online for current prices. Product codes noted where provided. Photographs: Cream Cornwall, Marquis and Dawe, Heal’s and Amara. Disclosure: This feature includes the following affiliate partners – Not on the High Street, Heal’s and Amara (if you click through from my website and purchase items from the affiliates I will earn a small commission).