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Ginori 1735, collection Oriente

| Designbest editorial staff


ith pastel colors, exotic landscapes and retro accents, this table interprets classical style with an oriental flavor that evokes distant moods and adds a romantic and charming touch to the most elegant of tableware. Everyday conviviality thus becomes the perfect occasion to surround oneself in refinement, but without rigid or overly formal traditions. Indeed, this table goes without the classic tablecloth, but gives way to colorful, purposefully mismatched (even if paired to the dish patterns) cloth napkins. The cutlery and glasses maintain a traditional allure, but they are joined by the distinctly exotic wooden teaspoons in order to savor the classic family dinner with a totally new flavor.

Style details

The colorful dishes.

With green, pink, sky blue, and yellow, the classic tableware plays with delicate tones and alternates gilded and scalloped edges for a sophisticated and more modern look.

The classic cutlery.

Simple and traditional, they maintain classic allure and go well on every occasion.

The mismatched napkins.

A lack of a tablecloth offers an informal look and gives way to cloth napkins, just as long as they come in many colors, for a less obvious look.

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