19/08/2016
Lovely minimal homewares.

Words by

Nikki Escalante

We have a penchant for homewares and we can’t resist when they're as lovely as these.

Dot & Co specialises in handcrafted ceramic goods with a focus on texture and pattern.

The Melbourne label, created by Jane Kelsey, prides itself on only using materials that are locally-sourced and sustainable. And the pieces are affordable, too.

With a collection of kitchen essentials – like bowls, juicers and vases – it’s not hard to see why this label has already gained itself a nice little social following.

Kelsey’s designs lie on the minimal side, featuring earth tones, copper/gold plating and a signature speckled finish. They pair perfectly with succulents or fresh flowers to add a little coziness in your home.

The entire selection is available in select stores throughout Australia, or online.

shop-dotandco.com

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