new: working class studio

it’s no secret that i’m a big fan of all things savannah, so i’m naturally a huge fan of scad. jessica at scad’s working class studio just sent over their latest round of product designs and i’m really loving their tableware selection. set to debut at this week’s gift fair, the collection includes coasters, bowls, plates and much, much more. click here to view working class’ full collection (and read their story) or be sure to check them out at the gift fair, booth #4141 (in accent on design).


  1. made sweet says:

    oh I LOVE the coasters! Makes me want to make some of my own! Looks like so much fun.

  2. I too am a huge fan of these guys!! LOVE the new designs!!:)

  3. Kristan says:

    I am totally digging the squared-off bowls!

  4. courtney says:

    I love these pieces!! I have a set of their square plates from last year, I use them constantly but these patterns & designs are even more fabulous…it looks like I’m going to be adding more to my collection! Living just a couple blocks away from ShopSCAD is very, very dangerous for the wallet.

  5. claire says:

    love the new designs! check out shopSCAD for more great working class stuff:)

  6. I love the top picture! It’s like that fashionable look often featured in Vogue that can go so wrong of putting patterns with patterns, but when it works, it works.


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