A living room with a modern black fireplace, a plush armchair, and a floor lamp with a black shade. A framed painting hangs on the wall above the fireplace.

Independent homeware retailer Where Saints Go is expanding its interiors collection with a new range of contemporary ceramics that is anything but ordinary.

The luxury collection features vases and lamps inspired by traditional craftsmanship from across the world. From minimalist lamps exuding Scandi vibes through to Mediterranean-inspired earthenware, these handpicked pieces will inject character and personality.

Faye Leeming, Brand Manager for Where Saints Go, said: “Forget homeware that fades into the background. Our latest collection of ceramic interior accessories has been designed to stand out.

“Their earthy textures add a touch of organic warmth, grounding a space and bringing a sense of handcrafted charm.  Whether they stand alone as sculptural pieces or are used to complement fresh blooms, they instantly elevate a room, offering a timeless elegance that blends seamlessly with any style.”

The Ceramic Collection is the newest addition to Where Saints Go’s ever-expanding range of homewares. The Manchester-based retailer was founded in 2014 by Mark Wilman and Tracey Hague.

The new collection is available from wheresaintsgo.co.uk with prices starting at £25.

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