Forget clean lines and geometric shapes, wonky homeware has found its off-kilter place in our homes. Bulbous and unconventional ceramic shapes have awkwardly crept their way in, adding a rustic and artisanal air to the spaces we inhabit. The one rule: the wonkier the better.

Because has captured some of the most exciting (and unexpected) brands to offer homeware these days, with jewellers Anissa Kermiche and Completedworks each toying with dimension, shape and texture to create objects for the home that are both beautiful and unusual.

Anissa’s new collection Amuse Bush reflects stories of womanhood, cleverly using different household objects to create humorous works. While Completedworks founder Anna Jewsbury employs her knowledge of sculptural jewellery design in homewares, to make ceramic vessels that bend and move like organic forms.

Pillow soft in appearance this Completedworks vessel is as light as a cloud.

Egg-celent Anissa Kermiche dishes that you can eat your fry up off.

This cinched Completedworks vase proudly wears its pearls.

Fancy a cuppa? Completedworks have got just the brew with this wonky mug. 

Break a leg with this sculptural Anissa Kermiche vase perfect for popping pansies in.

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Photography: Karolina Kuzma
Styling: Eve Bailey