Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Sorella Home = FABULOUS!

I am more than excited to announce that InteriorMall.com has become an official retailer of Sorella Home products; A fairly new company but quickly making waves and a name for themselves in the home decor world. They have been featured several times in Home Fashion magazine as well as HGTV, HFN and BridalGuide.com.
Sorella Home brings the warmth of old world craftsmanship and mixes it with modern, contemporary styles;  yesterday's quality with today's look. They are proud of their products and their roots and it shows in their work.
The Botanica Collection is hand crafted by today's generation of Italian artisans. Botanica has the distinctive beauty of Italian glazed ceramics with a modern natural pattern.
Inspired by botanical elements this chic but simple tableware collection reflects a slightly worn and organic appearance in earthy tones. The beautiful floral motif combined with a linen like texture mirrors the simple elegance found in nature.

Natura - collection of dinnerware and decorative accessories in a warm white with a uniquely hand designed shape and border creating a sophisticated look! Each piece in the collection differs from one another by no more than a hint or suggestion and they all blend together magnificently!
The new mood in home decor requires a
shift away from the classic shapes! Natura represents a collection on which to build a comfortable contemporary decorating scheme, layering shades, tone on tone, or using them to create contrasts and accents!

An absolutely stunning collection, Vento is artfully hand crafted in Italy. Each piece of this glass dinnerware and home décor collection is created with a carefully engineered sandblasting process and then hand painted with ivory enamel and 24K gold creating a luminescent and elegant table setting. The artisan's extraordinary technique gives Vento a stunning appearance.

My absolute favorite collections come from the Ernest Hemingway collection. The great thing about each of these sets is that they are wonderful individually or paired with another line within the collection.

The base of the Hemingway collection is Finca.
A handsome oven-to-table stoneware group, is artisan crafted in Portugal and is at the heart of the Ernest Hemingway line. A wonderful color palette of ivory, goldenrod and moss green with a subtle hand textured finish create a uniquely designed tableware collection with elements of nature translated beautifully for home décor.

As mentioned, Finca is the heart and soul of the Hemingway Collection. When I decide to change up my kitchen and dinnerware I would love to make the change to the Finca and mix it with Moveable Feast. These 2 collections mixed together make a gorgeous statement that is sure to please anyone.


The Moveable Feast is a collection of entertainment pieces that merge sleek contemporary style with an organic textures and materials.
Black slate-like chargers, trays and appetizer plates are perfect for parties and made of oven-to-table stoneware. An incredibly stunning wooden charger completes the Moveable Feast collection and is quite simply the perfect accent piece to any home décor. Art for living and artisan crafted in Germany, only African woods are used to create this uniquely designed charger/platter which works as well on the wall as it does on the table.

The third line in the Ernest Hemingway collection is Safari. While small (only containing a small salad or dessert plate and coffee mug), Safari is far from lacking in character and uniqueness. The Safari Collection, inspired by the majestic animals of Africa, proudly
reflects the beauty and grace of African wildlife. A collection of four small
plates and mugs, the group celebrates the beauty of African wildlife with a
lion, zebra, elephant and giraffe motif. It's also a great accent collection to Finca.


Sorella Home has really hit a home-run with the dinnerware collections. Fantastic quality and gorgeous too, there is something for everyone to fall in love with and cherish for years to come.
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