23 Tropical Dinnerware
What you choose to eat your meals on, is an investment that will impact you everyday. It may be a daunting challenge, but with a little research and careful contemplation, your dinnerware can be an attractive and effective addition to your kitchen and dining room. With luck, your dinnerware set will make it through kitchen renovations, moves, or other major home renovations and changes. Use this guide to help you determine what you need and want out of your dinnerware. More
Fill them with cherries or grapes, peanuts or pretzels, these clear glass bowls will make whatever you’re serving look absolutely appealing. A engraved starfish floating in sea grass adds beach-house appeal.
Fill them with cherries or grapes, peanuts or pretzels, these clear glass bowls will make whatever you’re serving look absolutely appealing. A school of artfully etched fish swims across every surface.
Fill them with cherries or grapes, peanuts or pretzels, these clear glass bowls will make whatever you’re serving look absolutely appealing. With graceful, swaying palm trees engraved on every side, you’ll swear you’re in the tropics.
This charming turtle mug is the perfect gift or a great way to bring a bit of the sea to your morning coffee routine.
Fancy china is a must. I love this pattern (and it also comes in coral). It reminds me of Versace or Hermes.
Fun dessert plates make dessert even better. This set from Target is perfect with a brown paper tablecloth. I love the seaside design.
Seabreeze Salad Plates
I've been wanting to add a shell bowl to my decor for a long time. This lovely porcelain bowl might just be it. It's not too big, not too small, and I think it will enhance the kitchen counter or the bathroom.
Handmade from wine corks, wood and tile, this trivet features a palm tree design at the center. The trivet was crafted from carefully matched wine corks ensuring a level heat proof surface that can accommodate items of any size. The underside is fitted with cork feet to ensure the trivet sits...
This gorgeous set of palm plates is very appropriate for salads, but their beautiful handpainted designs seem like they are calling out to be hung on the wall.
Our decorative fish plates create an instant focal point. Fired in ocean colors and glazed so no two are identical, these are throwbacks to artsy '60s pottery. Food safe and easy to hang, they include keyhold hangers on the back.
These dishes give you a peek at what's beneath the water and are perfect for serving dreamy brunches on the beach.
Did You Know..? Lilies are an important group of flowering plants and are important in culture and literature in much of the world...
Not simply a set: four one-of-a-kind pieces. Designed from capiz, a type of oyster shell native to the South Pacific, these plates are unique and delicate. The set ranges in color from translucent white to deep marine blue, with variations in the design of each plate. Capiz. Hand wash. Food safe....
Some new tableware!!! napkins $5.25 each for patterned and $4.50 for solid and napkin rings $3.75 each
The gold, "lightly wrinkled texture" on the edges of these dinner plates brings so much beauty + interest to a table setting (and adds some flair to any plain set of dishes!). Almost makes you feel like you're dining at a fancy restaurant on an island retreat - except within the comforts of your...
Pewter has a century old tradition throughout the world. In this case this candle holder was casted by artisans in Northern Thailand in hand carved molds and then polished. Pewter while slightly less precious than sterling has the advantage of not tarnishing.
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