Adam Lippes Is Now Making Plates Too

American designer Adam Lippes just released his first-ever collection of home goods. Loyal to his love for patterns and casual opulence, the assortment of tableware designed in collaboration with British homeware brand OKA is abundant with colorful designs including birds, butterflies, and florals. Each piece, originally painted by hand, stays true to his belief of the more patterns, the better. The collection further includes plates, bowls, teacups and tumblers made from fine bone china and delicate glass draw inspiration from 18th-century antique rose porcelain — clearly the designer’s venture into home pieces taps into his ‘regal’ roots that stem from his time working for Oscar de la Renta and this exuberant style translates easily into the home, where he loves to entertain. Perhaps his next venture will be into fabric design or upholstered furniture…


The pieces are now available online.