Décor: Lisa Keller
Design Update: Barbara Schmidt
With its new décor Moon Meadow, KAHLA captures the dramatic play between daylight and moonlight. Wild herbs, grasses and flowers in delicate hand-painted watercolours come alive to a lush beauty on the porcelain. Particularly dramatic are the various shades of green in combination with delicate salmon pink and sunny yellow against two different background colours.
Against the white background of the mugs, snack plates, dinner plates and pasta plates, the colours radiate bright and fresh. However, when combined with the deep black-blue back-ground of the cake plate, pizza plate and the large oval platter, the plants undergo a magical change. Their colours become more vibrant and the image of a lovely meadow becomes an expressive eye-catching statement.
KAHLA designer Lisa Keller, who is known for her delicate floral watercolours, found all the flowers for her décor right on her doorstep:
"I am always amazed how the meadows in Kahla change from spring to autumn. Every day, a new, sometimes tiny, flower comes to light and welcomes you on your way to work. I collected the plants chosen for the décor in July. They are like a snapshot of a beautiful summer day, depicting the lushness of a small patch on Earth with all its delicate details."