I love the round, organic shape of the plates in this set. Each plate looks great individually, or stack a couple for more visual impact.
This elegant 18-inch square marble board is made for rolling out pastries, but would also serve as a beautiful cheese or dessert tray.
This beeswax-finished bamboo pepper mill by Studio44eighty looks like a work of art. I'd be glad to leave this out on my dining table!
This beautiful, handmade teak salt cellar would be perfect for serving sea salt at a minimalist table. The spoon is designed to rest on top of the cellar, so it would be easy to pass the set around.
West Elm's basic cookware provides a blank canvas to let your dish shine at the table. This dish can go from oven to table with no problem, plus it bakes evenly and cleans up easily.
This glass drinking straw is much sleeker than striped, plastic straws and it's reusable! It would be great for sipping smoothies, milkshakes or maybe even a cocktail.
This electric kettle is from Krups' aptly named Silver Art Collection. This kettle would make tea service seem extra special.
I love the muted stripe and organic shape of this handmade mug. It seems like the perfect mug for cupping with both hands to savor your morning coffee.
This mango wood serving set is a classic that could last for many years if cared for properly. My parents have a similar bowl, and I don't know how many salads were tossed in it at our table growing up!
This basic glass bowl is the perfect size for so many things, from breakfast to dessert to nuts and other snacks. I'd never run out of uses for these shapely little bowls!
These wooden spoons with their colorful dipped ends would add a bit of color to an otherwise neutral table. They're both fun and functional!
This black and white nesting dish set by vitrifiedstudio looks like it belongs in a contemporary art museum's gift shop. I imagine I'd feel fancy snacking from these bowls, regardless of what's inside!