Filter by Style
Dunk Mug by Mocha
Now this is what I'm talking about — I love this tray. I'd serve up some tasty cured meats, cheeses and fruits on this bad boy and pair them with some Belgian beer.
These ceramic cups are perfect for tea or cocoa and will remind the recipient of winter's simple pleasures.
Beautifully functional, this striking dinnerware features a solid ground punctuated by textural beaded borders. Handcrafted of ceramic. Hand painted. Dishwasher and microwave safe; bowl lid not microwave safe. Plates sold in sets of four; covered bo...
A delicate tracery of leaves between bands of beading enhances the comfortable appeal of this dinnerware set, making it ideal for year-round entertaining. Made of ceramic. Dishwasher and microwave safe. 16-piece service includes four 10.5"Dia. dinner...
Heath Ceramics has been making pottery in California since the late '50s. Their collections are simple and beautiful, and I would love a collection of their pottery. The soft grays in this set are stunning, aren't they?
Peralta Full Set
This charming turtle mug is the perfect gift or a great way to bring a bit of the sea to your morning coffee routine.
Sea Turtle Mug
These attractive dinner plates with their original octagonal shape in a pretty shade of blue will certainly bring a touch of French country style to the table. Mix and match with other colours in the range to add a bit of variety. Or alternatively, you could use them as serving plates for...
Octagonal Pottery Dinner Plate
I love this cozy gray mug. Is it wrong that I want to keep it in the bathroom to hold my toothbrush?
I have one of these coasters in my office, and I really love the raw, broken glass/rock look in the ceramic. Each coaster is unique, and the organic nature to them is so beautiful!
This inexpensive mug doesn't disappoint. The gray design looks like snowflakes or flowers, depending on the season.
This lovely collection of pastel bowls on a ceramic tray is perfect for serving dessert or for storing all your trinkets.
Ceramic Tray & Pastel Bowls
Fill up these earthy, rustic dough bowls with all sorts of fall inspired natural elements and put them in the middle of your table for an instant centerpiece.
PB Found Dough Bowls
My husband is a ceramic artist, and his pitchers are some of my most prized possessions. I love to have useful fine art, and it really shines over those ugly plastic pitchers. This is just one of the many I found on Etsy, and I think green is a gorgeous color in the kitchen.
I adore this Dropp! bowl — the unique design makes it feel as if time has frozen. It comes in several colors and can be used as a salad, fruit or bread bowl.
Design by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2012.By Alessi.Original in style, yet modest and traditional, the Ovale Cutlery/Flatware collection by French brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec is a delicate expression of the simple joys in everyday life — coming together for breakfast, lunch and...
Cutlery set composed of a table spoon, table fork, table knife, and teaspoon. After their Mao-Mao tray and E-Li-Li coffee cups and vases (2005), Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas have artfully addressed the theme of the tabletop as a whole with a complete service of...
I love the simplicity of this serving dish. It would look great filled with appetizers, or even candles.
Rika 13-1/2-Inch Platter
A rustic wood serving board like this would be the talk of the party. Set some cheese and crackers on it, and you're all set.
Chilewich placemats have to be the best invention! They're great for family dining, as they're super easy to clean, and they look sophisticated enough for the grown-ups too.
Acacia Wood Oval Tray
Red has to be one of my favorite colors, so it is no wonder I am drawn to these dishes. Made from melamine, they would be fabulous on my table — and I can't break them!
Outfitted with inlaid bone, these one-of-a-kind pieces tell a unique story. Their herringbone pattern makes them instantly better than the average coaster.
Brown Bone Coasters
Sure, these trays are good for breakfast in bed or dinner on the couch, but I actually love to use trays in the middle of my dining room table, like an anchor for a candle centerpiece.
Lurik Rectangular Tray
Dip-dye is my favorite, especially in these rosy tones. These would really punch up the table setting colors.
I get so nervous on a paver or flagstone patio with glass drinkware, but you could enjoy a few margaritas out of this shatterproof DuraClear set and not worry about the possibility of breaking a glass.
These weathered stone coasters provide the right rustic touch. A bit heavy, the stone isn't going anywhere — and your beverage isn't either.