Earlier this month we had the chance to visit 41 Madison and attend the Tabletop Show they organize each year. Hundreds of showrooms share the building’s floors to present their past, present and future collections. Trends this year gravitate towards gold items and mix and matching. Even though it was hard, we picked 10 of our crushes.
This adorable Lenox dinnerware service has a very casual look, with the quality that goes with it. Following the trend, you can play with the different items, mix and match them as you like to add your own personal touch to the table.
If you love what Kate Spade does in general, you’re going to love this. With one of the brand’s most iconic prints, the collection reaches a point of cuteness we couldn’t describe!
DKNY plays the simplicity card with those wooden-like plates and bowls. If you have items from the past collections, they will perfectly match with the Scandinavian look of these ones.
Ralph Lauren, as always, has some beautiful dinnerware services. This blue is fresh and will fit perfectly on an outdoor table. Can’t wait for Summer!
Hermes always comes up with colors and patterns we love. Mixing elephant grey and mustard yellow for this mosaic collection is very smart and the result is stunning.
This refine dinnerware service by L’Objet is also perfect for mix and matching. The strong blue and lightened by the golden touches.
Everything in the Casa Alegre collection is made in Portugal. This one is their latest approach towards a larger market. All the different patterns go perfectly well together and the black strip on the edges of each item adds a vintage touch we love.
We had a huge crush on the brand -Kosta Boda- and this collection in particular. This set of glasses and pitcher would make the perfect gift for a wedding, but you can also keep it all to yourself to pimp you girly apartment.
Michael Aram combines here two of this year’s trends: mix and matching + gold items. Mixing gold with anthracite is genius and the result is stunning. The glasses are also very good looking and just by touching it we can tell that the quality is high on the scale.
Last but not least, we spotted those little Paper Bag Vases by Rosenthal, created to mark Tapio Wirkkala’s 100th anniversary. Available in different sizes, you can fill them with flowers or cooking herbs.