Guest Picks: Eclectic Pieces to Mix Up Your Everyday Dining Style
This tray is more than something to just use to deliver afternoon tea and treats. It’s a work of art. I’m thinking it might be nice mounted on the dining room wall between uses.
I’ve never been a fan of cake stands. Until now.
I love the playfulness of this blue china. It’s not to be taken seriously, and yet it still has a little bit glam with the splashes of gold.
Get that oven set to 350 degrees! I don’t know what I’m baking yet, but this guy is totally helping me out.
You’ll never again have a case of the Mondays when your morning coffee is served by this fine gent.
I think I might start bringing soup to work — if only to show off this gloriously glam thermos.
Flamingos are the new pineapple. Take note.
The delicate lace details on this bowl are not too precious, but they surely will make any meal stand out and wow.
I will never look at pendant lightbulbs the same again.
An onyx carafe makes even staying hydrated at your desk look chic.
Animal print has a way of stirring things up, and I’m particularly liking this python print — especially if paired with onyx flatware.
This tea light votive looks like a jelly mold, and I couldn’t be more pleased about it. I’ll take a grouping for the table, please.
Serving up a piece of pie with this stone-handled slicer instantly makes any party sophisticated.
Will antlers ever go out of style? I’m particularly loving this glass dome piece. I think it would be an interesting addition to a holiday serving set.
It doesn’t matter what type of candleholders you have, gold wax aflame will make everything seem brand new.
I need more drawer space to accommodate my art collection — I mean, my tea towel purchases.
This pitcher would make for a handsome addition to any bar cart.
I’m sensing an onyx fall trend here — it’s just so darn good looking. Cheers!
I love collecting serving spoons, and these tiny multicolored porcelain darlings would be great for a salt cellar or a tiny bowl of ice cream. Love!
This reminds me of a treat dish my grandma had filled with pistachios, but a much cooler, I-must-have-it version.Next: Serveware Storage That’ll Serve You Well