As a serial tea drinker – 6 mugs a day and I’m not even sorry about it – I have quite a fondness for a good tea drinking mug. Recently, thanks to my clumsy tendencies my mug shelf is looking a little bare, so I’ve been hunting for some really good ones to replace them. Great mug = Happy Emma!
I hope you don’t mind me firing a little touch of lifestyle content in here now and again, sometimes it’s nice to take a little break from bridal and what could be better than some tea drinking vessels – that’s about as exciting as my life gets, I’m sure yours is much wilder! 😉
Left: Handmade sandy mugs by Zara Ceremics.
Top right: Grey with olive interior mugs produced by Derek Wilson exclusively for Maven, Belfast.
Bottom right: Yellow wheel thrown earthenware cup by Kilkenny master potter, Caroline Dolan via Irish Design Shop.
Top left: White geometric shaped, Asda.
Bottom left: Natural striped effect large cup, Marks & Spencer.
Right: Hand-throw natural spot mugs by Senay Yildiran from In Klover.
Left: Merci mug, Anthropologie.
Top right: Winning at life mug, Oliver Bonas.
Bottom right: The time is now mug, Dunnes Stores.
Left: Colour block speckle mugs, West Elm.
Right: Blue marble effect mug, Anthropologie.
(Featured image: Anthropologie)