If you enjoy granola as much as we do, chances are you'll have a favourite breakfast bowl. Much like having a favourite kind of milk or type of coffee, breakfast feels that much better when eaten out of your usual serveware. With that in mind, we've compiled a little list of some of our current favourites - all shapes, all sizes and all perfect for your next bowl of Qnola goodness...
NOM LIVING - £15
With an intricately decorated exterior - inspired by Sea Urchins - this beautiful deep ceramic bowl is perfect for piling your toppings high.
EMMA LACEY - £36
The Everyday Range range is hand thrown in Emma’s studio using a fine stoneware clay and is finished with, tactile satin matt glazes, in soft pastel shades. Each bowl is dented while the clay is still soft giving a sensual aesthetic and a form that is ergonomic to use.
KANA LONDON - £48
Using a mixture of clays, Kana London goes against traditional ceramic practices with hand-built pieces for a totally unique product. We love the finish on this chic Udon bowl.
ARKET - £12
Made of terracotta with a colour-glazed inner, the outside of Arket's bowl is left unglazed for a natural finish.
HAY - £9
Made from durable porcelain with a slightly translucent coloured lacquer, the Rainbow bowl in sand is both delicate and chic. It comes in a variety of colours too, if you like to mix and match your crockery.
FALCON ENAMELWARE - £34 for a set of 4
We love Falcon Enamelware's chic simplicity: from 12cm bowls to deep serving plates, every meal looks super enticing when served in one of their products.
ANTHROPOLOGIE - £14
Crafted from stoneware, this monochromatic bowl (available in mint and sky) makes a colourful statement in your kitchen.
ZARA HOME - £7.99
We always try to support independent businesses but the high-street is a great place to pick up cheaper alternatives, like this pastel Zara bowl, for when you're on a budget.