It’s no secret that I love tabletop. I treasure the moments with family and friends sharing a meal and conversation around the table, set with pretty tabletop, candles and fresh flowers. A welcome break from the office, Tabletop Market last week was delightful.
It’s always fun meet the designers at market: Jacqueline Cambata and Kathy Shubert.
Jacqueline Cambata’s new collection, Flourish. Dining in beauty nourishes the soul and the body. A lovely pairing with the lavender placemat.
MY CHINA – Ca’ d’Oro collection from Sieger by Furstenberg. Minimalist and refined, the black and white contrast with a fine golden band, that is applied by hand, is inspired by gothic architecture found in intricate tracery.
Ca’ d’Oro quatrefoil form are reminiscent of a flower. The patters can be mixed for a personal interpretation.
The table was set on the ground floor in iconic style for glamorous living with no other than Versace.
London Calling for Royal Doulton – Designer Charlene Mullen’s famous scenic design, shows London’s landmark with a touch whimsy complement her Foulard Star pattern.
Inspired by nature and the colors of the garden, Miranda Kerr’s collection for Royal Albert includes pretty peonies, butterflies and pastels.
Bordallo Pinheiro – Cabbage Tableware is being distributed by Vista Alegre. The collection includes accessories including footed cake plate, cheese platter and olive holders.
Soft neutral grey – Vera Wang for Wedgwood
Ralph Lauren – Crystal.
The selection of tabletop market was impressive. From modern to tradition there is something for everyone. Do you have a favorite? Thanks for stopping by.