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Canvas Home

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'Canvas Home was founded in 2008 by British entrepeneur Andrew Corrie, whose vision for homeware combined elements of country living and urban styling; such 'rustic elegance' fits well into most settings, both contemporary and traditional, hence its wide appeal. Canvas draws its design inspiration from far and wide, including regions of Portugal and Spain, and wherever possible, it utilises the skills of local craftsmen in the manufacturing process. Our best-selling 'Abbesses' tableware range is a truly versatile collection; named after a Parisian district, Abbesses embraces a 'bistro' style lending itself to home entertaining as well as casual family dining. The beauty of Abbesses dinnerware is the choice of colours for the hand-painted rim, so you can be creative in mixing different colourways or select a colour for a particular season or occasion. Finish the look with some colourful glassware, a set of premium quality linen napkins, or even a luxury set of gold cutlery for that special occasion. Your dinner service won't be complete, however, without some stylish serveware; the Dauville collection comprises a whole host of possibilities from small metallic 'pebble' dishes to larger serving bowls, all featuring a textured ceramic body with a hand-decorated metallic glaze, adding a touch of luxe glamour to your table setting. Or, the Gerona range, comprising a large set of nesting bowls, tapas dishes & fish platters, will certainly add a splash of Mediterranean charm to the occasion. Canvas Home is a brand that epitomises simple yet stylish living, providing the perfect mix of tableware for every interior style. The organic shapes and handmade quality of its tableware, the use of sustainable materials wherever possible and the authentic craftsmanship, all add to the charm of Canvas Home's collection. A stylish yet affordable solution for both casual dining and home entertaining, with a Mediterranean flavour.'

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