We all love flowers on our dining tables so why not extend this to our tableware…

Floral patterns have returned with gusto in many of the latest design collections, brightening up our homes and adding a more natural feel.

Above: Kim Sooji, a talented artist and intern at Bloomingville, made this beautiful design for their latest spring/summer tableware collection. The exotic plant print gives this pastel-coloured tableware set a splash of eye-catching elegance. Available online from www.bloomingville.com

Below: This hand-carved burned wooden bowl by Muubs has a rough surface that gives its appearance a unique and natural look. Muubs is famous for its raw approach to designs, which are highly contemporary and Scandinavian in style. Muubs is available from the Plus Store in the BoConcept showroom on the Mijas Road (www.plusstore.es).

Plusstore

Below: The Santorini range by Pomax puts a splash of Mediterranean onto your table. Pomax is
available from The White House in Urb. Marbella Real (www.whitehousemarbella.com).

The Whitehouse Marbella

Below: This attractive dining set by Zara Home offers elegance and simplicity with a timeless design. Mixing white porcelain with glass and silver is a wonderful way of achieving a sophisticated look for your dining table (www.zarahome.com).

Zara Home

Below: This vivacious floral range by Vista Alegre puts a bit of sunshine onto your table. On a white tablecloth, don’t be afraid of a splash of colour to bring everything to life. Available at Puya in Pol. Ind. La Ermita in Marbella and Pol. Ind. San Pedro de Alcántara (www.puya.es).

Vista Alegre

Below: Villeroy & Boch’s Floreanna collection truly embraces the spring and summer with this delicate floral pattern in pastel colours. Available at Puya in Pol. Ind. La Ermita in Marbella and Pol. Ind. San Pedro de Alcántara (www.puya.es).

Bloomingville