sparrow & co mustard line

I’m completely split when it comes to mustard. As a condiment, I am firmly in the “no, thank you” camp. But when it comes to decorating, I’m almost always on the “yes, please” team (although I can’t wear the color to save my life). These new hand-thrown and painted porcelain pieces at Sparrow & Co are a great example of why. The dipped matte-mustard glaze is beautiful and would go well in both modern and traditional homes. It’s rare that I find a piece that I think my mom and I would both have in our homes, but this one definitely crosses over for me. These pieces (teacup + saucer, mug, bowl and teapot) are made in Suffolk, England, and are oven and dishwasher safe. You can check out (and shop) the full collection online right here ($16–$79 each). xo, grace

  1. How beautiful. I love the teapot’s bottom band of white. Such a great detail!

  2. Heather says:

    I love the mix of white and mustard. White and gray and mustard are my superfaves, though. My husband thinks it’s just a sad set of colors, though, and so my chances of decorating with it are pretty slim.

  3. yeshen says:

    Mustard – good colour! actually one of the most popular this year in our shop.


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