49 Colorful Bridal Registry Finds
The playful floral pattern on Martha Stewart Collection's "Poppy" serve bowl will brighten your next brunch (macys.com).
Invite style to dinner -- or let it adorn a wall -- with Anna Weatherley’s “Colors” dishes, which come in eight gorgeous shades. All are hand-gilded in 24-karat gold (bloomingdales.com).
Mix & Match Dinnerware
Add pops of color and pattern to your dinner table with Martha Stewart Collection's Poppy Mix & Match dinnerware. (macys.com).
Fun meets function with this geometric serving tray from Martha Stewart Collection. (macys.com).
Bhldn’s cotton “Craven’s Garden” tablecloth is perfect for a picnic (bhldn.com).
Stir things up with Bodum’s “Bistro” hand mixer in candy-apple red. It comes with dough hooks and a whisk (bedbathandbeyond.com).
A shoebox-size multitasker, Geneva Lab’s Sound System Model S plays your iPod, tunes in FM radio stations, and also works as an alarm (shophorne.com).
The spherical topper on Design House Stockholm’s “Fia” carafe nestles into the bottom so it won’t roll away when you remove it (designhousestockholmusa.com).
Featuring a 1930s design, Moser’s “Culbuto” bowls make chic flower vessels, too (moserusa.com).
Mealtime is a happy time when Jars “Tourron” microwave- and dishwasher-safe plates are on the table (bloomingdales.com).
Pretty dinnerware deserves special linens like Vietri accent napkins. Pick one pattern or mix it up for an eclectic look (vietri.com).
The vibrant DeLonghi “KMix” toaster lets you raise the bread to peek without canceling the crisping process (shopdelonghi.com).
Consider Matouk’s “Mirasol” neck roll sham the ultimate accessory for your bed (shopgramercy.com).
DeLonghi’s “KMix” espresso maker in bold teal will perk you up even before the coffee’s ready (shopdelonghi.com).
Martha Stewart Collection’s six-quart casserole pot is a must for every kitchen (macys.com).
Balancing style and comfort, Bend’s “Bunny” chair can weather the outdoors, too, courtesy of a rustproof coating (designpublic.com).
Why do we always try to hide the cord, asks this clever CB2 “Green Line” lamp (cb2.com). Light it up!
John Robshaw’s tie-dyed “Rings” and “Eyes Euro” pillows elevate the Deadhead dorm-room pattern (johnrobshaw.com).
For clean lines, you just can’t beat Scandinavian design. Case in point: Normann Copenhagen’s enamel “Krenit” bowl (abodeon.com).
Evoking vintage “pineapple vases,” Dwell Studio’s globe vessel can be filled with flowers or go it alone (dwellstudio.com).
Cup and Saucer
ASA Selection’s porcelain “Colour It” espresso cup with saucer and coffee cup with saucer bring the bright to breakfast (abode-newyork.com).
Trade in your rubber ducky for towels that are anything but child’s play. Made from bamboo yarn, this Bambeco towel set is super-absorbent, silky soft, and -- to top it off -- eco-friendly (bambeco.com).
Shaped like tulips, Billy Cotton’s “Goblet” wine and water glasses are elegant editions to any tabletop. Shown here is the green, but they also come in royal blue and clear (billycotton.com).
A tray that can hold its liquor (and look good while doing it): the high-gloss lacquer “Moste Cubist” design by Billy Cotton (billycotton.com).
Would you ever buy the same glass in different shades to mix and match at dinner? Cenedese’s Murano “Ballotton” tumblers make it possible -- if you dare (michaelcfina.com).
Whip, chop, and puree your way to mealtime magic with Cuisinart’s “SmartPower Deluxe” blender (bloomingdales.com).
You might be seeing red, but Cuisinart’s “Brew Central” 12-cup programmable coffeemaker also comes in sleek silver and matte black. Plus, it’s equipped with a handy brew-pause feature that lets you sneak a cup (without dripping) before the whole pot’s done (macys.com).
Come summertime, fill Diane von Furstenberg Home’s amber “Twirl” glass pitcher with sangria or spiked lemonade (bloomingdales.com). Cheers!
Guaranteed to match the color of your kitchen -- whatever it may be -- this Dibbern teapot is available in not one, not two, but more than 24 colors (tableartonline.com).
These Dwell Studio “Gold Triangles” drinking glasses are an edgy, geometrical take on the popular precious metal -- in this case, 14 karat, to be exact (dwellstudio.com).