Melody Rose loves to work on bespoke projects and has teamed up with restaurants, museums, art galleries, boutique hotels and private customers on specialist commissions. Melody Rose customers want top quality tableware that’s cool, edgy or just a little bit different.
Commissioned in the Summer 2018, the Melody Rose Lee Miller Tea Set designed for The Hepworth Wakefield Museum has won two awards; best Product Range 2019 in the ACE Awards as well as Best Overall Range 2019. Recent restaurant commissions include four personalised designs depicting the tale of early explorer, Marco Polo, for the private dining room in a Hong Kong restaurant. Another project was a customised tea service for The Harcourt, a beautiful Scandinavian-style restaurant and bar in London’s Marylebone, which they use for Fika (afternoon tea).
Also new is the ongoing series of collaborations for The Wallace Collection, one of Europe’s leading art museums in Marylebone, London. This includes a range of tableware and textiles inspired by two of the museum’s magnificent Old Masters’ paintings. Melody Rose designer, Melanie Roseveare reimagined The Temptation of St Hillarion, a 19th century artwork by French artist, Dominique-Louis-Féréol Papety and the by 18thcentury painting The Swing by artist Jean-Honoré Fragonard. Deconstructing the paintings, Melanie has added a contemporary twist, in keeping with the playful Melody Rose signature style creating the unique Wallace Collection series.
For smaller private commissions, Melody Rose Bespoke can customise existing designs with a selection of hand painted coloured trims or custom gildings such as burnished gold, rose gold, silver or gun metal. Recently completed examples include a black trimmed dinner service featuring wolves and skulls, monogramed wedding favours and a series of mugs with a surprise design inside for ice cream enthusiasts.
Scroll down and click on the images to see a selection of Melody Rose Bespoke collections in-situ. To discuss a bespoke project, please contact email@example.com