9 Lovely Dinnerware Combos
It is officially summer and officially (well almost) the weekend, and that means it is the season of summer entertaining and parties. When your table is set with style you look like you have your life together. That is a fact. So we asked one of our market researchers, Jeran from Oleander and Palm to pull together some easy, affordable (all under $50 per setting), and completely off the shelf dinnerware combos.
Blue, Blush, Copper and a subtle mix of texture and pattern make this one very on trend right now. I am very into the mix of colors and textures.
For those of you that are looking for a modern take on a traditional motif like a floral pink and green color scheme, this one is for you. Those little mint cups are just the right size for the perfect cocktail in which to put in your cocktail hole.
It’s modern and it’s bold but the woven placement, and the dark grey plate help it from going too contemporary.
This one isn’t in my typical color scheme, but I am loving the fun summery vibe of it. I have used those salad plates before and they are so great looking in person.
You know you can’t go wrong with navys, whites, and golds for a classic updated look.
A little bit granny, a little bit modern, and with a few tassels to really speak to my heart. The copper and tassels on the placemat help it from going too “grandma’s dining table.”
This one is both kinda scary and pretty fun. This is for those of you that are looking to glam up your tablescape a bit. It is a bit more formal than some of the other combos, but the black, white, and gold make it a winner and something that you can use year round.
It’s graphic, fun, and a little bit dizzying. Sounds like a good party to me.
If you aren’t scared of making your table pop then this graphic black and white combo with a hot pink hit are sure to please. I have that gold flatware in my kitchen drawers right now and man is it good.
And of course, for your pinning pleasure, we have pulled it all together in one big graphic so that you can reference back to it whenever you are in need of some tablescape inspiration. Which one is your favorite? Nailgun to my head I would have to say Dose of Denim or Nautical Navy.