Simone Nabholz's range comprises beautiful rustic plates, spoons, bowls, mugs and vases in soft whites or speckled white. Largely monochrome, and drawing on the Japanese tradition of wabi-sabi, the muted beauty of imperfection as well as the Danish custom of hygge.
A typical workday for Simone in Fremantle’s Stackwood Studios can involve any of the several phases: from preparing wet clay or moulding and shaping items by hand, to bisque firing or glazing pieces. Each item takes about three weeks to produce, with variations in size, curve and speckle making each piece unique.
This little bowl has a thousand uses. In the bathroom for soap or cotton balls, on your nightstand for keeping your earrings and rings safe, in the kitchen for olives, pistachios, dukkha, and olive oil. On a grazing board, it's the perfect size for condiments and little bites. Hibi, meaning every day, is one bowl that you'll wish you had more of.