New additions to Stelton’s ‘Theo’ range

June 13, 2016

New additions to Stelton's 'Theo' range | These Four Walls blog

I have another fantastic new collection from Scandinavia to introduce today, this time from Danish brand Stelton, which has been producing stylish tea- and coffee-making kit since 1960.

Created by Canadian designer Francis Cayouette, the company’s cleaned-lined ‘Theo’ teapot, slow-brew coffee maker and mugs became instant hits when they first launched last year, and several new additions to the line have just been announced for autumn-winter 2016. They include a sugar bowl, a coffee grinder and a coffee press, and incorporate touches of brass which look fantastic against the range’s matt black stoneware and bamboo lids.

Here’s a quick peek…

New additions to Stelton's 'Theo' range | These Four Walls blog

New additions to Stelton's 'Theo' range | These Four Walls blog

New additions to Stelton's 'Theo' range | These Four Walls blog

New additions to Stelton's 'Theo' range | These Four Walls blog

Other new Stelton products for autumn-winter 2016 include ‘Dusty Blue’ and ‘Pine Green’ colourways for the iconic EM77 vaccum jug (below), which was designed by Erik Magnussen in 1977, and a product series called ‘Collar’ from Italian design duo Something. All will be available in stores later this year.

New additions to Stelton's 'Theo' range | These Four Walls blog

New additions to Stelton's 'Theo' range | These Four Walls blog

New additions to Stelton's 'Theo' range | These Four Walls blog

Photography by Brian Buchard for Stelton

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