“The Get Together range is hip and fashionable…yes I am taken by the whole collection!”

This week our featured Blogger is Ana Aguilar-Corney from www.aguilarinteriors.com, an interior design consultant who “creates homes that reflect you and your lifestyle.”  Ana has been reviewing our new Get Together range and is also running a competition. To enter the competition and read her original blog, please click here.





“Everyone (except my husband that is) associates the privately owned Dutch company with designing high quality bins and storage containers!

Now if you are looking for a range of good quality home products from storage to casual dining you need look no further.

The company was founded in 1919 in Aalst, the Netherlands, under the name van Elderen & Co. The name Brabantia comes from a region in the very south of Holland – Brabant – and was an early van Elderen trade name. That I am sure you didn’t know.

food on tableThey have an established presence in the kitchen especially with food preparation, so it was a logical and progressive move to go into casual dining with the Get Together tabletop collection. But where others failed they have succeeded in coming up with a contemporary, functional, stylish and trendy collection. Brace yourself because today I have a special treat for you so let’s “Get Together”…!

Being of a Latin culture the act of sharing a meal with family and friends is ingrained in my DNA; the food I serve is extremely important but so is the ambience I create around the table and the Get Together range allows me to strike a balance between the informal and formal.

The Get Together range is hip and fashionable including porcelain, cutlery, textiles and accessories featuring three colourways; white, grey and purple. What I also love about it is that Brabantia introduce a variety of materials – porcelain, stainless steel, wood, textiles and silicon making it very visually attractive and tactile.

Yes I am taken by the whole collection; I especially like the quality of the coloured silicon heat resistant pan coasters, those sweet egg cups and the wooden party plates with the dip servers. Plus the weight of the stainless steel salt or pepper mills and crushers, napkin rings and candle holders also but not only exude quality and feel it, so if you like me want good quality products in your home then this is just the thing for you.plates

You have 56 items of porcelain to select from and in a choice of sizes and colours; from cappuccino cups to tea mugs and breakfast bowls to dinner plates, to name but a few. Prices start from £1.95 for a white Dip Server, now that is a great price. And you also have the textile selection witch include napkins, tablecloths, oven gloves, etc.

I like how the undersides of the plates come in white, grey or purple allowing you to use one colour scheme or just mix it up; you will have great fun ‘mixing and matching’ the colours, shapes and materials. Indeed I know I am quite excited about the Get Together collection and yes I have my eyes on a few things already… and so will you once you see them.

brabantia touch binsYet they have not neglected their heritage and cleverly allow you to choose the colour of your bin (ColourYourBin) from more than 200 official RAL colours to introduce individuality into your kitchen.

I have teamed up with Brabantia to run a truly global competition for readers of my blog. Am happy to say that worldwide bloggers are joining me and therefore giving their readers the opportunity to win this lovely prize. A gift pack will be awarded by the judging panel to the two most original responses to this statement: “When I look at the Get Together collection…..” To enter the competition click here.

Thanks to Guest Blogger Ana for her review.  Find out more about her projects and views on Twitter and please check out her blog too!

For more information on our new Get Together Range click here.

If you would like to find out about being a Guest Blogger, please do get in touch with the team.

“The Get Together range is hip and fashionable…yes I am taken by the whole collection!” was last modified: September 8th, 2015 by Aime