March 10th, 2015
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Lettuce Ware

One of the side effects of cabin fever is that I’ve been scrutinizing my home, the tableware, especially. Tory Burch’s collaboration with the Jupiter, Florida-based potter Dodie Thayer is the answer to my spring table prayers. I love, love, love green, it’s so fresh. I’m eyeing the ginkgo pattern placemats, too.

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  • I saw it early this morning online, and I’m equally obsessed. Going to get the dinner plates and some serving pieces for outdoor eating this summer. I love it with the linens that Todd Romano uses, that have both blue and green in them, and of course, scalloped edges. I think the gingko placemats are overpowering, and a bit too match-y perhaps?

    KathyMarch 10th, 2015  10:05 PM

     
  • I have a number of pieces of lettuce ware. My pieces are made in Portugal and it also comes in white which looks great mixed in. This looks like a really fresh take on the style and I, too, could become obsessed with it. Very fun look!

    AprilMarch 11th, 2015  9:27 AM

     
  • I love this color of green on the table. I bought green straw place mats for outdoor use last summer. They look smashing with my navy and white print tablecloths and yellow dishes.

    PindaMarch 11th, 2015  4:38 PM

     

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