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Cool and Chic Table Settings
The blueprint for this artfully curated table? A joyful jumble of azure elements, from cobalt china to inky napkins.
Diane von Furstenberg “Interlude Lapis” plates, teacups, and saucers (bloomingdales.com). Canvas “Domino” flatware (canvashomestore.com). Sferra “Festival” napkins. William Yeoward “Vita” tumblers (bloomingdales.com). Waterford “Mixology” decanter and coupes. Jansen+Co cake stand (aplusrstore.com). Seguso “Cenedese” bowl.
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Cool and Chic China Patterns
In solids and patterns, whether preppy or abstract, these blue and green options are all sure to make a splash come suppertime.
l’Objet “Perlée bleu” plates. Kate Spade New York “Wickford Dachshund” collection (lenox.com). Asa ceramic “Color-It Teal” dishes (abode-newyork.com). Puiforcat “Voiles Grand Blue” dinnerware. Tiffany & Co. “Vines” platter. Richard Ginori 1735 “Laveno Bluesponge” line (michaelcfina.com). Cacharel for Prouna “Mimosa Mint” plates (michaelcfina.com). Fiesta 1936 setting (jcpenney.com).
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Minimal and Modern Table Settings
This dreamy scene calls to mind lazy weekend mornings sharing the paper and steaming cups of joe with your new spouse.
Marc Newson Collection by Noritake bowls, plates, cups, and saucers. Kate Spade New York “West 4th St.” flatware (lenox.com). Chilewich napkins. Littala “Kartio” tumblers (shophorne.com). Alessi “Bavero” soup bowl. Bernardaud teapot, creamer, and sugar bowl (all bloomingdales.com). Dwell Studio vase.
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Minimal and Modern China Patterns
Day or night, you can’t go wrong with a basic white plate— and as these picks prove, there’s still plenty of room for personality.
Nikko “Goldline” collection (thegoodchina.com). Wedgwood “Intaglio” plates. Mottahedeh “Prosperity” plate. Astier de Villatte “Alexandre” (suefisherking.com). Rosenthal “Malia” plates. Royal Copenhagen “White Elements” plates. Mikasa “Adelaide” (bedbathandbeyond.com). Vietri “Fresh Fish” plate.
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Handsome and Homey China Patterns
These dishes? Stylish, guy-friendly ones your hubby won’t hesitate to use even when he’s home alone.
Wedgwood “Equestria” series. Hermes “Balcon du Guadalquivir” bread-and-butter dish (michaelcfina.com). Jars “Empiente” dinnerware (michaelcfina.com). Lenox Origins plates in Cafe Latte (kohls.com). Deshoulieres “Couture Collection” (michaelcfina.com). Juliska “Berry & Thread” stoneware plate. Crate & Barrel “Wilder” line. Michael Aram’s “Botanical Leaf” salad plate.
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Warm and Cozy China Patterns
Proclaim your passion for entertaining with a red-hot palette and plenty of sparkle. To add sophistication, work in some neutral elements to balance out the brights.
Le Crueset “Flame” stoneware (surlatable.com). Scalamandre for Lenox “Toile Tale” in Sienna. Abbesses ceramic plates (poketo.com). Jonathan Adler “Mod Dot” setting. Gleena porcelain plates #302. Herend “Pumpkin” charger and “Fish Scale” plates. Oldham + Harper “Cardinal” plate (fishseddy.com). Jars “Cantine” set (williams-sonoma.com).
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Handsome and Homey Table Settings
You could eat at a trendy farm-to-table restaurant for a setting this charming. or, simply recreate the experience at home.
Martha Stewart Collection “Classic Band Grey” plates (macys.com). Barneys New York “Marbella Horn” flatware. Jayson Home “Marais” napkins, horn-handle spreader, and horn-handle server. Reidel “Blind Tasting” wineglasses and Spiegelau pilsner glasses. Simon Pearce bowl. Eva Zeisel pitcher set (roomandboard.com). Pottery Barn cheese board. CB2 “Placemat for Two”.
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Warm and Cozy Table Settings
This luxe, glowing tableau has fancy dinner party written all over it. Register for a variety of vino at bottlenotes.com, and then host a post-honeymoon soiree for your nearest and dearest.
Raynaud “Tresor” plates (bloomingdales.com). Noritake flutes, water-, and wineglasses. Marchesa by Lenox “Imperial Caviar” flatware. Kim Seybert “Pick Stitch” napkins (graciousstyle.com). Creative Candle tapers (gracioushome.com). Georg Jensen “Ilse” candleholders. Rogaska “Tera” vase.