Charlotte’s CIRCA Copperware range of homewares draws heavily upon her love of Mid-Century Modernist architecture and design combined with an exploration into pattern creation and geometric repetition.

Her idea of combining metal with textiles was to introduce a warmth and softness, often missing in metalwork design, giving each piece a greater tactile quality. The colour choice of orange and grey was almost inherent from the beginning, echoing the mid-century era, complementary to the tones of the copper and silver plate, and mirroring the concrete and brick environment of her native Sheffield, whose skyline owes much to the Modernist era.