This week we’re thrilled to reveal 2 new designs of the Luders Placemats, making there 8 unique designs for you to choose from.
These statement placemats are inspired by shapes in contemporary architecture in Berlin, namely the Marie-Elisabeth Luders House which is set against the fluid Spree river.
The abstract shapes and sketchy outlines will give your home a contemporary yet arty feel, perfect for those with an eye for modernist design. It’s abstract art for your dining table!
They reference the great mid-century abstract expressionist painters such as Ben Nicholson and Victor Passmore in their style and retro colour palettes.
Each placemat is handmade in Hackney (London) and all of our plywood is FSC approved making it sustainably sourced.
They are easy to wipe clean and are heat, stain and dirt resistant.
See how they are made…
You can order them from our online shop in sets of 4, 6 and 8. Or if you would like to mix up the designs for a custom set then send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you shortly.
We also make coasters to match…..
(so you can find it again later)