We become greedy of these dinnerware with enchanting patterns and colours. From minimalistic and exotic to (yes, really true) pastel-colored crockery based on the 80s. Mix and match with your favorite tablecloth from the Cottona collection. The possibilities are endless. We give you some inspiration
We have known the peacock and owl for 10 years now. On the occasion of this anniversary, the Taika tableware received a fairytale update. The striking service requires a quiet basis. We therefore choose a cotton tablecloth in the colour Café Latte or Indigo.
Wow, what a great colour green! That is the first thing we thought about seeing the Chinoiserie Green collection from Wedgwood. The floral design adds an exotic Asian touch to the dinnerware. The silver border makes it ‘Wedgwood classic’ again. A white damask tablecloth is of course perfect, but we also dare Ton Sur Ton with a green cotton tablecloth. A great combination for those who love color on the table.
The 80’s revive with this service from HK living. Bright pastel colors in playful forms are a party on the table. A linen tablecloth fits perfectly with this. Our advice: go for the color Jade green. A fresh counterpart to the traditional autumn colours.
This dinnerware from Fürstenberg is a real all-rounder. Minimalistic design with a nice balance between color areas and graphic golden lines. Wonderful for a spring table with fresh white damask. This autumn, with the holidays ahead, we opt for a golden tablecloth.
A heavenly service created by the master painters of Royal Delft. The sophisticated pattern is a pleasure to watch and to eat from. Sad to leave in the closet. With a royal blue tablecloth it becomes a beautiful Dutch still life.