#BAGAHOLICBOY SHOPS: Spruce Up Your Home With These Cup & Plate Sets


Looking for items to spruce up the home ahead of the year-end? How about starting with the dining table which could always do with a touch of designer love? And if you’re gearing up to entertain more soon, cups and plates are a great place to start.

There are plenty of designer choices, and here are five collections that come in matching prints. Some retail individually, while others come in sets of two or four, so keep that in mind before hitting the checkout button.

01 – The iconic Toile de Jouy finds itself on the exquisite Dior Maison porcelain tableware. 100 percent painted by hand in France, the dinner plate (SGD160) and coffee cup (SGD230) come as a pair with the Toile de Jouy motif in red.

In case you weren’t aware, there is a small Dior Maison selection available at ION Orchard and Marina Bay Sands. Now you know where to head to if you are keen on getting Dior items for the home. DIOR 

02 – Gucci’s Herbarium print needs no introduction, long established as one of the key designs of Gucci Décor. You will find it on textiles, wallpapers and of course, tableware.

Prices start from SGD520 for a set of two Richard Ginori porcelain Herbarium dinner plates, before going up to SGD620 for the Herbarium Butterfly Mug with a white porcelain lid. All feature the nature-inspired motif comprising a mix of cherry branches, leaves and flowers. GUCCI

03 – The Art Deco influences are pretty clear in Hermès’ H Deco tableware range. Taking inspiration from the wrought-iron friezes at its hallmark boutiques along 24 Faubourg and Rue de Sèvres, these intricate porcelain pieces feature decorative spirals surrounding the HH logo.

You can’t go wrong with a matching set of the H Deco Rouge Dessert Plate (SGD110) and H Deco Rouge Mug (SGD170). HERMÈS

04 – Louis Vuitton might be one of the pricier options, but coming in sets of four makes up for it. The fine porcelain plates (SGD1820 for 4) feature decorative patterns, ranging from the LV Circle to the house monogram. Store them within the accompanying specially crafted leather holder when not in use.

Add on the matching cups (SGD1380 for 4) and you’re all good to go. Especially when they come with gold-tone edges for an added touch of luxe. LOUIS VUITTON

05 – Love baroque influences? Then you can’t go wrong with the Virtus Gala and Virtus Alphabet collections from Versace.

The Virtus Gala Plate (SGD170) has the unmistakable Barocco V logo, and a similar pattern is also found on the Virtus Alphabet V Mug (SGD350), complete with gold acanthus leaves and Greca borders. VERSACE

For more information, do visit the brands’ respective sites


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