Houzz Products: A Special Spring Tea Party
Have your friends over for the loveliest tea party yet with fun serving pieces, tableware and accessories from our Products section
Tea has a history of bringing people together. Don’t we all savor the conversation and memories made over tea as much as the sweets and drinks? Anytime is a good time for tea with friends. Make it extra special this spring with fun and elegant serving pieces, tableware and accessories like these from our Products section.
Taika Coffee and Tea Cup Only, White
$24 · Sold Out
This charming cup plays with a whimsical garden pattern …
Why not have a spoon that smiles back? In fact, this set includes four.
Titus Dining Table
With a reclaimed-elm-wood top and a steel base, this petite table adds an industrial touch without being heavy metal. At about 31 inches across, it’s perfect for a cozy tea party.
Store loose-leaf tea or other small items in these stunning ceramic jars. Sold as a set of three, they range from 5 to 10 inches tall.
Alessi Tea Matter Melodic Tea Strainer
$142 · Sold Out
For those who like a product with a story, this piece by Alan Chan is for you. Inspired by the Chinese tradition of bringing caged birds to tea, it has a holder that produces a melodic chirping when the strainer is pulled from its resting place. It quiets once you return the bird to its cage.
The ring on top of this metallic tiered tray makes it easy to carry the party from one room to another. It’s made by hand, so each piece has unique details.
Inspired by the strength and lightness of the tubular steel used in bicycles, modern master Marcel Breuer’s furniture epitomizes Bauhaus design. This serving cart first appeared at the Salon des Artiste Decorateurs in 1930 and is just as covetable now as it ever was. It’s available in lacquer, ash, cherry or plastic laminate, with a chrome-plated flat-bar steel border.
Alessi Teo Tea Bag Spoon
$26 · Sold Out
Avoid a mess with this clever channeled spoon. Excess water drains down the middle, giving you more tea and keeping your counters drip free.
As the name suggests, these bone china teacups are perfect for an everyday tea fix.
If you plan to own only one cream and sugar set, why not have one you’ll want to look at every day? This entire unit is 4 inches tall and 9 inches long.
Sugar Bowl With Spoon, Mirror Finish
This mirrored stainless steel bowl and spoon keep a coffee station or tea party clean and sophisticated.
Bring a touch of high tea to the table. This hammered stainless steel kettle works on any gas or electric stove and is 7 inches wide, 8½ inches deep and 10 inches tall.
This creamy white porcelain dish is elegant and understated — talk about having your cake and eating it too.
Curl up by the fire or with a with a favorite book in this sturdy wingback chair. Its images of colonial America recall the country’s long history of tea consumption. It’s almost 30 inches wide, just over 35 inches deep and 41 inches tall.
You don’t have to read tea leaves to see this porcelain and bronze tea jar as a statement piece for just about any room in the house. It’s 15½ inches tall and 10 inches wide.
Imagine you’re in a charming village pastry shop every time you scoop some jam from this lidded bowl with a spoon slot.
Melitta Honey Pot With Bee
$160 · Sold Out
Plastic honey bears may be cute, but this hammered stainless steel bowl with dipper is special. As a wedding gift or a splurge for yourself, this handmade piece with a removable glass insert will stick around for celebrations to come.
Honey Dipper, Olive Wood
Or naturally sweeten your day, and your tea, with this classic olive wood honey dipper.
Slow down with this permanently reclined rattan chair, which harks back to a time when life seemed slower. It’s 21½ inches wide, 27½ inches deep and 33 inches tall.
These natural linen napkins are effortlessly sophisticated. Simply toss them in the washing machine for easy cleaning.
This wheel-thrown pitcher is anything but fussy. Its size and shape mean it can be used for cream, sauces and more.