Royal Dulton, collection Loods 5

| Designbest editorial staff

I

n white-and-blue: ceramic plates, bowls, trays and spoons are at the ready for your “healthy-hour”, a new type of cocktail-hour that replaces alcohol with healthy snacks. At the centre of the table, there’s a wooden chopping board that serves as a tray for canapés and vegetarian spring rolls, served with extra-virgin olive oil of course. Besides, an assortment of tiny glasses accompanies a gourmet selection of sauces, sundried tomatoes, pulses and a marinade too. Fun and fresh, it deliberately combines mismatched silhouettes with a table runner in natural cotton or linen and napkins in china-blue, for a pop of colour. Conviviality is served.

Style details

Ceramic spoons.

These crisp white serving spoons adds a chic touch to your table.  

A round chopping board.

It replaces a standard centre piece, inspired by the traditional oriental revolving tables. A clear invitation to conviviality too. The perfect combination of country charm and a familiar, natural aesthetic. 

Mismatched patterns.

Stripes, polka dots, splashes of colour: mismatched patterns result in a fun, informal tablescape. 

share on: