Street Art Meets Fine China

Graffiti in home decor can look like a gimmicky attempt to make your home seem more urban cool. It's difficult to know when and where graffiti can be used properly. They last place you would expect to see street art is on fine china and that's what makes these sets genuinely urban cool.

China sets are rooted in the traditional. They are a right of passage. Most people receive their sets as wedding gifts and these treasures become a symbol for the new family you creating. The choice of patterns can be deeply steeped in family heritage, making a more traditional choices the norm in many cases.

So, buying a china set with graffiti instead of florals makes a bold statement about the kind of house you want to run and what kind of family you are creating. If your chosen family is non-traditional, why not honor it with an avant-garde china pattern!

Shown above:
1. Happy Serendipity
2. Xantifee
3. Deemah
4. Das neue Porzellan
5. 4 Design

Check out Dirk Kels for more street art china patterns.