Ah yes, the season of celebrations has commenced. I look forward to a parade of intimate dinners with family and friends, as I'll be celebrating ten birthdays, anniversaries, Thanksgiving and finally Christmas (it is coming sooner than you think)! For dressing our tables for these more formal parties, wouldn't these individual butter dishes be a perfect table accessory? Take a look, these dishes range from $5 to $420, can you tell which is which?
The Edda Carafes are simplistic and pure in design. Kiri wood balls sit atop the clear glasses, which could be used for water on the night table, or whatever purpose you may find for these pretty little things. They come in a set of three starting at 7.5" tall to 11". From Anthropologie.
I love the feathered quill design on this hansome flatware design, even though I have a hard time thinking about the term feathered in a positive way now (I was the feathered hair child of the 80's for a long time). Pottery Barn's own very own design is a great transitional flatware that can go from casual to glamorous depending on the dressed table.
Haute Surface Cork Tiles in Houndstooth is a delicious blend of the classic houndstooth pattern in chocolate and natural colored cork. Pop the pieces together to puzzle a surface large enough to set a casserole dish or copper pot. The interlocking cork tiles come in a set of 12 for $20.
I am not sure what it is about the fun and colorful Fiesta dinnerware that has me so enamored, but I find it irrisistable, and I am slowly building my collection. New to the Fiesta family is the color Lemongrass. It seems that the punchier-than-celadon green is gearing towards the younger crowd that is new to Fiesta, and sure to be future devotees joining in with the large population of longtime patrons to the USA made brand. Lemongrass is now available in stores.