Dinnerware shops
ROOM Concept Store and Stories Ceramics 

Here are some home shops and brands that sell beautifully-designed plates

Make your at-home dining experience extra-special with beautiful plates and bowls from these shops

By Khemjira Prompan
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We’re all probably finding ourselves cooking at home a lot more lately—or at least trying to. Some of us are likely masters of the kitchen by now. (It looks like the lockdown has its upside after all.) Now that you’ve perfected your cooking game, it’s time to push things a bit further and make sure your meals are gorgeously presented. Here are some home shops and brands that sell beautifully-designed plates for enhancing your stay-at-home dining experience. 

Dinnerware shops

Stories Ceramics 
Stories Ceramics 
Stories Ceramics 

Stories Ceramics 

Co-owned by renowned artist and illustrator Pomme Chan, who has collaborated with brands such as Marc Jacobs, Mercedes-Benz and Urban Outfitters, Stories Ceramics offers fine, delicately-designed ceramic pieces. Each piece is so astonishing that they can double as home decor. 

See more on Stories Ceramics’ Facebook page or @storiesceramics on Instagram. 

ROOM Concept Store
ROOM Concept Store
ROOM Concept Store

ROOM Concept Store

This popular home decor and collectibles shop offers a wide range of cool design products, some of which you didn’t even know you need. Their range of plates are no different. Check out Italian brand Seletti’s Hybrid collection, which reflects a combination of ancient historic Western and Eastern ceramic production; or the Cosmic Diner collection, a series of porcelain plates printed with images of planets. 

See more on Facebook (ROOM Concept Store) or visit the store on 3/F Siam Discovery and 3/F Emquartier.

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Cone Number 9
Cone Number 9
Cone Number 9

Cone Number 9

If you’re into simple handcrafted ceramic ware, you may want to check out this small shop on Ekkamai. Plates are available in subdued shades like baby blue and ivory, or with different drip patterns, and come with matching cups and mugs. They also accept custom-made orders. 

281/7, Soi Ekkamai 15, 096 516 4449. Open Tue-Sun 9:00-18:00. Or order from their Facebook page (Cone Number 9) or Instagram (@conenumber9).

ATT 19
ATT 19
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ATT 19

Art Galleries Charoenkrung

Multidisciplinary art hub ATT 19 has one whole corner dedicated to conversation-starting dinnerware. These handcrafted oddly shaped pieces are sourced from Japan where the art of imperfection is valued. 

19 Captain Bush Lane (Soi Charoen Krung 30), 0 2639 5871. Open Mon-Sat 11:00-19:00

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Jeep Kongdechakul
Jeep Kongdechakul
Jeep Kongdechakul

Jeep Kongdechakul

Artist Jeep Kongdechakul is best known for her bold and detailed illustrations, many of which have been published in various magazines and used in collaborations with brands such as Louis Vuitton and Fresh. Her unique art can also be seen on a series of stunning porcelain plates. 

Order from Facebook (Jeep Kongdechakul) or Instagram (@jeep.kongdechakul).

Lamunlamai 
Lamunlamai 
Lamunlamai 

Lamunlamai 

The unique, handcrafted pieces at this craft studio include “Star fondly no. III”, a collection inspired by star clusters and the universe. Each piece is weirdly shaped and beautifully textured—you can see and feel the artist’s fingerprints on each one. 

Check out the collection on Facebook (lamunlamai.craftstudio) or Instagram (@lamunlamai.mai).

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Elizabeth Romhild Design
Elizabeth Romhild Design
Elizabeth Romhild Design

Elizabeth Romhild Design

Danish/Armenian artist Elizabeth Romhild has put her signature bold strokes on beautiful tableware. Three porcelain series—La Boheme, Piano and Impromptu—offer a range of plates and bowls that depict female sensuality. 

The brand is available at ICON Siam, Emporium, Siam Paragon, Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Gaysorn Village 

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