Designed with the modern hostess in mind, the new B by Brandie line of contemporary glassware, flatware and porcelain dinnerware makes an attractive design statement on casual buffet-style presentations as well as formal dining tables. Patterns are named after iconic figures on the fashion and social scene, including Astor, Birkin and Hutton. Two particularly mesmerizing examples are Zelda, a dramatic navy blue and white kaleidoscopic pattern accented with gold trim, and Truman, a larger geometric design offered in a range fashion colors (shown). Pieces are sold individually to encourage mixing and matching.
Tabletop: Fashion Meets Function
Making a point: Crown-of-thorns motifs are weaving their way into home décor.
Michael Aram has played an important role in transforming the tabletop business. For decades, the category was locked into a traditional, formal and predictable approach to buying for and setting...
Take a trip across the pond with vintage British-inspired home décor.
"Man with His Steed" from Spicher and Co. is a reproduction of an original painting by Kolene Spicher.