Proving that “millennial pink” has been a forever trend, this set of 1930’s English dinnerware provides the perfect opportunity to create contrast and depth. The antique decor is an elegant, enduring design, and lets you set the stage for a dynamic combination of blended styles. Go totally traditional or mix in modern pieces to reinvent your table setting.
Allow guests to cozy up and linger long after the meal is over. Every bit as stylish as they are welcoming, these 1940’s seats have incredibly rich elements, like velvet upholstery, gilded bronze accents, and mahogany frame. Guaranteed to put everyone in their place, in the best way possible.
With delicate details, glassware like this Mid-Century Modern set with pitcher will create an intriguing but not overwhelming table setting. Cheery and easily-styled, you’ll have some fun while still following all of the table setting rules.
Decanters are used to aerate wine or store your stock of liquor. Everything tastes better from crystal, and your guests are going to love this unique spin on the traditional. The colorful twist keeps this antique light and fresh, making it the perfect addition to any modern, bohemian, or stylish space.
If you’re collecting beautiful dinner pieces, why store them in anything less special? This faux malachite credenza is a little unexpected yet totally functional. Dress up any room with this unique piece.
In many parts of the world, skipping a cup of coffee after a formal meal would be unthinkable. Master the art of after-dinner coffee and tea with some elegant flair! Such a traditional experience deserves a lavish array, and this silver-plated set is sure to impress.
What’s a dinner party without cocktails? This unique set of 30 includes soft drink, red and white wine, cocktail, and cordial glasses. Sticking to a matching set allows you to go have fun with mixed accessories on the rest of your tablescape, while details like iridescent glass make the set anything but boring.