Summer Tables

Summer Tables
Summer Tables

Summer has arrived, you can feel it in the air, although this year it has appeared more silently and shyly than usual.

After the lock down, we resumed our habits, but not completely, with some tricks. In this climate somewhat suspended between prudence and freedom, the summer light and the call of summer still make themselves felt. It is the scents, the colors and the dishes that we cook possibly without lighting the stove to remind us of the summer rituals. For me, summer is characterized by the scent of grilled peppers, ratatouille, salads such as niçoise, outdoor breakfasts which go on with slow awareness and then glide casually into a light lunch.

Dinners become the natural extension of the aperitif. In my summer ritual I feel that the table also turns towards colors and fabrics in line with these emotions and with the possibility of living lightly, without fixed rules that other times of the year impose. Summer is freedom. The bowl spontaneously collects salads as well as cold pastas and breakfasts, the large plate is perfectly suited to the single dish and also to a certain need to move. We are all a bit more gipsy in the summer: we have dinner on the terrace, sometimes on the sofa. They are summer tables to create new happy memories together.

Rough materials, colors that fade into blue and indigo, combined eclectic ceramics are the choice that best accompanies this desire for freedom, both on the beach, on the terrace or on a sofa.


I am an Artist, located in Italy, the country of Art and Dolce Vita, in love with wabi sabi ceramics. I am specialized in art laboratories, helping people to meet the creative side of life, and helping creative entrepreneurs and companies with branding through my artworks with a dash of clean style to capture the harmony of life. I also work in Hospitals with clay therapy laboratory for children. This blog is my Artistic Salad, filled with creativity, beauty, joie de vivre, passion and tools for creative minds.

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