Grid Home Collection

Steph Liddle


‘Home’ is represented by a collection of pots and dishes which are minimal and understated in their design.

Designed to be multi-functional, they can be used for everything from housing plants, tea-lights, and keys to providing a vessel for drinks and snacks.

Slipcast in Parian porcelain, they are glazed inside and left matte and unglazed outside to celebrate the material qualities of the clay.

The collection comprises of 4 sizes of pot, each available in 2 designs – Grid and Dash.

Each piece is handmade and individually decorated by Steph in her Dundee studio, meaning no two pieces will ever be exactly the same.

Big Pot – £45.00
Size: Approx 9.5cm (h) x 10.5cm (dia)

Mid Pot – £35.00
Size: Approx 7cm (h) x 7.5cm (dia)

Tiny Pot – £25.00
Size: Approx 5.5cm (h) x 6cm (dia)

Deep Dish – £35.00
Size: Approx 3.5cm (h) x 10.5cm (dia)

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Steph Liddle

Steph Liddle is a Designer/Maker working predominantly in ceramics. With an eye for colour and pattern, she draws on her background in Illustration to create contemporary, graphic ceramic jewellery and homewares. Focussing on minimal shapes, combined with bold patterns and a limited colour palette, she creates pieces which are easy to wear and live with. Working from her studio in Dundee, Steph makes each piece by hand and aims to create simple and functional, yet beautiful, products to be cherished and used.

The core theme of Steph’s work is the idea of ‘home’ and ‘home comforts’, especially the role of food, and many of her minimal patterns are inspired by culinary staples. For example, the recurring dash and curve motifs she uses are inspired by rice and macaroni – classic comfort foods reduced to their most basic shapes! The result is a collection of objects which sit together and interact with each other, but are equally strong alone. Designed with functionality in mind, the minimalistic nature of the objects allow the user to add their own narrative and explore how they use the objects, which can be grouped into two strands – ‘home’ and ‘body’.

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