ProCook’s latest tableware range, Oslo brings Nordic cool to the table this winter by continuing the dining trend for reactive glaze stoneware at an extremely competitive price. The newly launched Oslo range truly embraces the Scandinavian hygge trend with its organic shapes and cool grey tones with a subtle salt and pepper look.
The range is easy to dress up for formal dining with the addition of crystal wine glasses, stylish table linens and stainless steel cutlery but why keep something this stylish just for best? We think that the range is perfect for everyday dining too and as each piece is totally unique, it makes for a great talking point at the dining table. When it comes to nailing the Nordic interior style, less is always more and the Oslo design epitomises that idea with simple shapes, minimalist design and a cool grey finish.
If you’re planning a Scandinavian table this Christmas, we recommend using lots of natural textures alongside the Oslo range such as fir, pinecones, winter berries and foliage for a beautifully pared back look. A Scandi Christmas is all about warmth, family and friends so to finish the table we recommend adding some fairy lights and Christmas crackers for a cosy festive vibe.
The Oslo range features dinner and side plates with a contemporary flat base and a sharp vertical lip, complemented by gently curved cereal and pasta bowls. The cereal and pasta bowls are well suited to double up as serving pieces over the festive season and look fantastic against muted placemats for a chic winter colour scheme. That isn’t all though, the range is as practical as it is stylish – the entire range is dishwasher, microwave and oven safe up to 260°C.
Prices start at £5 and go up to £169 and the range is available as both single pieces or in various 4 and 6 piece sets, giving you the ultimate flexibility to get everything you need to host family and friends this Christmas.
ProCook was founded over 20 years ago and supplies high quality kitchen and dining ware with savings of up for 50% compared to other leading brands, by producing and delivering products direct to the customer with no middleman. With 50 UK stores, a fast-growing eCommerce business and a strong international presence within 7 European markets, it is headquartered in Gloucestershire. The kitchenware retailer designs and manufactures around 1,200 exclusive products that span cookware, kitchen accessories and tableware categories.
This post was in collaboration with ProCook