I love that these dishes are scalloped, but not too much. They’re a modern take on a very traditional style. The mix of white and gray keeps them really light, and they would go well with so many accent colors.
I adore pewter serving pieces, and this one makes a big statement. When not loaded down with your holiday roast, it could be a great way to display fruit for a centerpiece, carry in individual trifles or present cocktails.
The updated color makes these inexpensive dishes look posh and modern.
The slightly askew shape of this platter keeps it from being a boring basic. This would get used in my house almost daily.
With a really lovely damask or linen napkin liner, this woven ceramic piece would be the ultimate bread basket.
Flat, unadorned boards and platters are some of the most versatile pieces I own. Year-round, these would make amazing cheese plates or bases for some amazing centerpieces.
People often overlook serving utensils. These have an heirloom feeling, and the pewter finish is stunning.
I love how elegant these napkins are, yet they still have the feeling of a gussied-up bandana.
The contrasting interior color of these highball glasses is a nice surprise. They’re also inexpensive, so you can buy a bunch of them to use as cocktail glasses, candleholders or small vases.
At my house my family loves short-stemmed or stemless glasses for wine. These squatty little ones are easy to store and tough to knock over. And the smoky gray is just gorgeous.
I think individual servings of things at holiday dinners really make a statement. They make each of your guests feel special. Serving each person soup or a baked cheese appetizer in this with his or her name on a tag would be a serious wow place card.Buy on Houzz
Just the tiniest bit of floral detail gives this platter a lacy touch without making it too girly. With its raised lip, this would make a wonderful cocktail tray.
I think these pewter pitchers are so stunning. They make me think of Dutch still-life paintings. They’d be amazing full of lush flowers when not keeping guests hydrated at your holiday party.