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3,746 Traditional Tabletop
A playful take on table linens khaki place mats and sand-colored napkins are printed with vintage postcard and canceled stamp designs. Made of linen/cotton in the USA. Machine wash.Place mat, 13.5 x 19.Napkin, 19.5Sq.
Dinnerware accented with the timeless symbol of French royalty adds a soft textural note to any table setting. Handcrafted ceramic dinnerware pieces may vary slightly in color. 20-piece set includes four five-piece place settings. Choose color below. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Made in Portugal.
This stoneware embossed with a fleur-de-lis pattern is casual, everyday ware with a little French touch.
16-Piece Fleur de Lis Set
Handcrafted cocktail napkin holder with nickel-plate bamboo accent weight is made of stainless steel with a black-powder coat interior. Includes black paper cocktail napkins. Napkin holder measures 5.375Sq. x 1.375T. Hand wash. Imported.
I love the look of vintage crochet and lace. This runner would look great against my wood dining table.
Exclusively ours. These pierced serving pieces dress up even the most basic meal. Holders are made of pierced nickel-plated aluminum. Bakers have dishwasher- and oven-safe glass liners. Glass liners in flatware caddy are dishwasher safe. Listed clockwise from bottom.The Suggested Retail Price is...
Pierced Dinner Plate Holder
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
A glass dome keeps the bugs away, but this cheese board and dome are still stylish enough to grace the table of an outdoor party. And I really don't think a party is a party without good cheese.
'Woodlands Elk' Plates
By Alberto Pinto for Raynaud. Made of Limoges porcelain. Also available in "Cristobal Chocolat" and "Cristobal Turquoise". Dishwasher safe. Do not microwave.
Hosting a lavish tea party in the near future? Perhaps not, but this tiered platter is inspiring me to browse Dean & Deluca's pastry section for a no expense spared soiree.
Neutral dishes like this white caterer's set from Pottery Barn will be easy to incorporate into any tablescape.
An entertaining essential, don't forget pretty, everyday glassware — perfect for serving up minted water and cocktails.
Buffalo China 16-Piece Set
For avid hosts, timeless white dinnerware with classic styling sets the stage for the prettiest of tables. Mix and match linens, flowers and dessert plates to match the season or your mood.Price is for 20-piece set.
Great White Dinnerware
Classic white dinnerware is a decorating staple, and when dressed up with autumn-colored linens, makes a quick and easy fall place setting. You can't beat crisp, white dishes year-round!
It's tempting to reach for pretty patterns and bright colors, but the essential dinnerware set is classic, versatile and white. White porcelain will let your food shine, always match and never go out of style.
Zalto wineglasses, made in Austria, are some super sexy stemware. They are elegant and delicate, mouth-blown, and many wine geeks' favorite stem. I prefer the multipurpose universal glass because it's great for white, red or even bubbly.
Zalto Universal Glass Set
Riedel makes an inexpensive line of wineglasses for Target. Their basic red wine glass is one I personally own. It's great for white, bubbly or red and is sturdy enough to withstand a few dings and spills.
White enamel bowls from Alder & Co. are lovely to look at, and unbreakable in the chance of a powerful gust of wind.
White Enamel Bowls
I can't quite imagine eating outside without a blue gingham napkin in my lap. These pretty ones are handmade by Small Batch Production.
These tempered glass tumblers from Old Faithful Shop are suitable for hot and cold liquids. I'd take coffee in the morning and lemonade in the afternoon.
I don't use placemats that often at home, but when dining outdoors, they're just right. This striped version from Fog Linen is simple and sweet.
Zara's home line is pretty great. This is the glass you use when you want feel a little baroque and fancy.
I'm loving this three-tier stand with its pretty vintage finish. It's perfect for holding loads of pre-dinner treats and nibbles at your holiday celebrations.
Antique Silver Tiered Stand
Let go of preconceived notions of what the "right" glass is, and use a charming mishmash for everything from water to wine. Bonus: If no two glasses are alike, your guests will always remember which is theirs!
St. Remy Mixed Glasses
Farmers' market loot has a new home. Inspired by French tiered produce baskets, this one can double as napkin storage or pastry display too.
Farmer's Market Epergne
Small white dishes are perfect for olive oil for your baguette and whipped butter for your potato. Plus, they look quite presentable on the table.
Deep Oval Ramekin
Two for the price of one! This dual dispenser comes complete with handy labels and a wrought iron stand.
I have been wanting these petrified wood serving plates. Use them as cheese or fruit plates. Your guests will love them too.
We have four of these sturdy, versatile trays. They are perfect for passing appetizers or setting up a bar for a party. I shouldn't admit to this — but we use them to eat dinner on in front of the television.
Exclusively ours. Delicate capiz shells add embellishment to wrought iron for a contrast of textures. Hand wash. Imported.Three-tier server, 22T. Small dish, 9Dia. Medium dish, 12Dia. Large dish, 15Dia.Two-tier server, 21W x 10D x 22.5T.Oval serving tray, 20.5W x 10D x 4.5T. Condiment server, 14Dia...
Instead of giving this glass-covered pie plate empty, whip-up a quick pastry for an even better surprise. I have a similar one at home and it has become a definite staple in my house. Fill it up with anything you’ve got such as cookies, chocolates or even fruit.