The art of living simply

Winterwares is a range of handmade ceramic homewares, born from a desire to embrace a slower pace in life. We invite you to savour the everyday moments that bring you joy – drinking a cup of tea in solitude or gathering around the table to share comfort food with friends. Cherish your daily rituals with Winterwares.

Every piece made by hand

Using thoughtfully designed, handmade objects everyday is an antidote to our fast-lane modern lives. Winterwares ceramics are all made by hand in our studio in Fremantle, Western Australia. Where we transform raw clay into robust and functional tableware – using the elements of earth and fire. Invite beauty and simple pleasures into your ordinary days with Winterwares ceramics. 

Create a sanctuary at home

Creating a relaxing and beautiful space is easy; it only takes a few intentional adjustments to completely transform how you feel, work, and live. At the end of this free 30 day guide, you’ll have your ultimate calm space.

At home with Annabelle Hickson

At home with Annabelle Hickson

There are writers who say that one of the greatest unexpected consequences of writing is that you become a better reader. Just as, I would say, playing and working with flowers can help you become a better observer of the natural world. Anything that helps you focus on what is beautiful and interesting in your daily life, when so much can feel repetitive and mundane and ordinary, is worthy of celebration. Reverence, even.
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3 things pottery taught me about life

3 things pottery taught me about life

Over time, the clay was my teacher. I had to let go of my expectations. To be ok with things not turning out as I planned. To let go of outcomes and just enjoy the feeling of the spinning clay. Sculpting clay with my hands connected me with the natural world and something deep within myself, and it taught me to slow down. It was the first of many life lessons that pottery has taught me. 
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At home with Christie from The Slow Drift

At home with Christie from The Slow Drift

Christie lives in the south-west coastal town of Denmark with her husband Dave, two boys and the family kelpie. Knowing that friends and family would be flocking to visit for a seaside getaway, they started renovating their shed to accommodate visitors. Three years on, they've created the Slow Drift for us all to experience the slower pace of country life – that beautiful balance of salt and earth that is Denmark. 

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Our store

10 Stack Street Fremantle Western Australia, 6160

We would love you to visit. We are a working studio so please call us on 0409 670 285 or email ahead of time if you’d like to come in to see the collection.