Online design brand MADE.COM has launched a range of home accessories. An exciting retail move, this is the first time that MADE has sold smaller ticketed items for the home. Sourced largely from Italy and Portugal from top manufacturers, the pieces are of the highest quality. Tapping into numerous different trends, from industrial metallics and marble, to Nordic greys and linens, the versatile collection is a must in any design led home. The homeware range encompasses dinnerware, frames, vases and art, along with other smaller home accessories.

The first release of homewares will be dinnerware, serveware, cutlery and glassware on the 26th October. MADE.COM will then release table linens, candlesticks and vases in mid-November.


Made by one of the finest manufacturers in Italy, the dishwasher safe cutlery range will last for many meals to come. It’s made from 18/10 stainless steel, meaning that years from now, it’ll still look as good as new. There is something for every dinner table from brushed gold to a more vintage silver with scalloped handles.



Newberg, 16 piece cutlery set. £120:



Newberg, 16 piece cutlery set. £120:







Silverton, 16 piece cutlery set. £80: 








Lewis, 16 piece cutlery set. £39:









The modern dinnerware includes everything from simple and elegant porcelain sets, to bright coloured speckle glazed sets. It’s all dishwasher safe, so no need to worry about the washing up. The collection is designed to be mixed and matched with our table linen to curate the perfect look for any home.

Noah, set of 12 dinnerware. £69:


The Noa collection has a casual and handmade feel, as the products have been slightly stretched to give an organic and asymmetric finish. With it’s Nordic inspired colour scheme, the Noa mixes urban neutrals with a pop of Scandi yellow.

Nara,  set of 12 dinnerware. £89:

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The Nara is a strong, durable stoneware set with a beautiful blue speckled glaze. With an Asian inspired feel, this dishwasher safe set is made by expert manufacturers in Portugal. The speckled glaze gives a real artisan feel, and no two pieces are the same.

Kyoto,  set of 12 dinnerware. £69:



MADE’s expert manufacturers used a reactive white glaze finish to give this dinnerware its two-tone effect meaning it’s anything but plain. Each piece in this elegant dinner set will be completely unique.

Kobe,  set of 12 dinnerware. £69:



Clean, chic, and minimal. The clean lines of the Kobe earthenware collection are ideal for both casual everyday dining and more formal occasions

Sigur,  set of 12 hand dinnerware. £39:


Sigur’s spinwash design has been hand painted in Portugal, making each piece original. Black and white dinnerware always looks elegant. MADE’s in-house designers have upgraded the traditional by mixing spots and circles for a more interesting and modern dining experience.


The serveware is a classic and elegant Nordic-inspired collection that mixes old and new. It’ll feel right at home in the kitchen or taking pride of place on the dining table.


Every piece in the elegant Sienna collection is hand carved from solid marble, so variations in colour and pattern are all a part of their charm. Their material means they’re naturally hardwearing and durable.


MADE’s brand new dishwasher safe glassware is simple, elegant and lightweight with a modern twist on classic silhouettes. Perfect for casual dinners for two, or when table dressing to impress.

Chaumont, set of 4 glasses. £18:
Eve, set of 4 tonal tumblers. £15:
 These tonal glass tumblers are a real talking point and bring a colour pop to your table. Each piece is individually mouth blown and come in colourful sets of four. The tonal colours in each set are designed to work together and compliment each other perfectly.
Salem, set of 4 glasses. £12:
 The Salem glasses might look simple but their subtle design elements give them a retro Scandi feel. They’re dishwasher safe and durable enough to be used everyday.
Soligo, set of 4 glasses. £15:
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The soft curves and wide brim give these durable everyday glasses a modern-Nordic look.

Guido Spranzi, Buying Manager at MADE.COM, said: “Though we have started small, the new Homewares category is a very well curated selection of products spanning from decorative accessories to dinnerware. Our main objective was to create a collection where the authenticity of materials, manufacturing processes and provenance really shine through”

You can download homeware range on Press Loft.