little wren pottery

My inner hippy always comes out when I’m around pottery. I’ve been trying to give up caffeine (25 days and counting . . .), so naturally all I seem to be attracted to are huge earthy mugs that would be perfect for coffee. Though the rest of my home is pretty minimal, I like bright and earthy pottery that would be at home in a cabin somewhere. These new glazes — red jasper, midnight blue (my fave) and chocolate brown — from Little Wren Pottery are perfect for my mug obsession and seem suitable even for those giving up coffee. I’d be happy to fill them with ice cream instead, but if you’re still enjoying coffee every morning, you can check them out online right here. xo, grace

*Those little cylinders at the bottom are actually light pulls!

  1. Functional and darling.

  2. love this pottery, especially the cobalt blue in the first picture~

  3. I agree completely – it’s nice to add an organic, handmade touch to clean and modern spaces. These pieces are so beautiful. When I was in France a few years ago I picked up a couple of pitchers and mugs from a local potter, and I love the feeling they bring to the table. I’m off to check out little wren!

  4. Diana M. says:

    love quality authentic pottery, and especially blue and white combination on the first picture. Here is the example of another of my white/blue favorite

  5. leonie says:

    i have some of her plates and bowls and they are so lovely thwt i’ve just placed another order with her. so glad to see her beautiful work featured here!


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