September 9, 2023
Truffle bee – luxury table-setting brand – has landed in London
Bringing daily dose of luxury to your routine.
Covetable table-setting brand, Truffle Bee launches in the UK for the first time.
The European homeware specialists have built an illustrious reputation for luxury textiles exuding a distinctive flair. Expect extensive colour combinations, complex finishes and elegant detail as well as plenty of texture and shape. Feminine and classical influences can be found throughout the array of placemats, napkins and tablecloths, so lending themselves to a wealth of creative table-scaping scenarios.
The artisanal approach to design courses throughout the entire collection and ensuring precision-perfect quality. Such is the captivating beauty of the tableware that the overarching aesthetic is reminiscent of haute-couture fashion – which isn’t surprising as past collaborators have included creatives such as Tatiana de Nicolay.
New collections are released tri-annually with the addition of capsule ranges for festive occasions. This promises the most memorable tablescapes whether it’s for the most special of celebrations or to inject a dose of luxury into everyday dining. Just in time for spring, ‘Willow Linen’ embraces the natural beauty of the willow branch, with intricate silhouettes appliqued to the finest fabric. Staying true to the Truffle Bee ethos, choose from a spectrum of organic colour hues.
Truffle Bee was founded by Katerina Mechetina in 2019 – The international entrepreneur cemented her love for tablescaping and premium textiles. She studied Interior Design at the London University of the Arts and attended the revered London Flower School. Armed with a wealth of knowledge and bubbling with inspiration, Katerina launched Truffle Bee in Latvia and has since gone on to gain an international following.
Katerina explains the drive behind establishing Truffle Bee:
“Surprisingly, in the world of premium porcelain, crystal and cutlery there seemed to be a lack of brands specialising in luxury table textiles. I saw the potential for beautiful napery items that would complement the quality and aesthetics of these longtime players in tableware. The other dream I was always driven by was to capture that feeling of being spoiled. That moment when you’re brought to awe by a chic afternoon tea in a beautiful hotel and bring it into the place we spend most of our time, the home. I wanted to bring this daily dose of luxury and “joie de vivre” to the everyday and show people that your own table can be inspiring and social media worthy.”
W: Truffle Bee