My first time hosting Thanksgiving dinner for a group of friends, I found myself with a serious lack of dinnerware. Whether you're starting out or starting over, don't let a lack of dinnerware keep you from entertaining. Take a look at this roundup of affordable dinnerware sets, order the turkey and send out the invites.
When setting a casual table to entertain, keeping the color palette simple can create a more elegant look. If a modern and graphic black and white look is what you are going for, why not throw in a few quirky pieces among the elegant and simple items?
Setting up a wedding registry can be an exciting, yet overwhelming task. With so many options available, it's often difficult to determine which products will work well and last. This assortment of well-made, stainless steel kitchen tools, is a great starting point for those looking to set up their kitchen with items that will stand the test of time.
Combining black and white brings graphic contrast to your tabletop, and you can warm it up and add shine by incorporating green, wood and brass accents. To complete the look, create simple, affordable arrangements with ferns, some wild types of which can stay green even into the winter.
Let's say you're a modernist, but love the traditional warm, earthy colors of Thanksgiving. There's no reason we can't modernize the holiday while holding on to the neutral, warm tones of the season. If you're like me, and love a monochromatic table, try these clean neutrals on for size.
I've always been impressed by anyone skilled with watercolors because I appreciate the fluidity and lightness the painting method radiates. This selection of home — and even tech — accessories borrow the style in good taste.
White ceramic plates may be a classic, but vibrantly colored dishware always grabs my attention. They're so festive and give the impression that I'm going to have a fantastic time eating something scrumptious. Having a hard time choosing one color? Mix it up. Guests will always be able to identify their plates.
I'm not huge in theme-y themed things, so I like the idea of holiday table linens that have life longer than one day a year. This color palette takes you well into the season, but doesn't feature the requisite spiders or autumn leaves.
To celebrate Kate Spade's 20th Year Anniversary, Lenox and Kate Spade have collaborated on a fun and elegant tableware and gift collection aptly entitled "Things We Love". We were thrilled to attend the celebration showcasing the vibrant and playful collection.
When it comes to dinnerware, it's hard to find that perfect purple. With so many hues to choose from, there's the chance you'll end up with a children's tea party or a table that's too matchy-matchy. Here are some pieces for a grown-up look without turning into Marie from Breaking Bad.