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Introducing Swap Tabletop // Your Personal Style Now Has a Place Setting to Match!!

Tue, April 23, 2013

This season’s color popping style has us so excited. From linens to steak knives, passport covers to standing mixers, traditional wedding gifts are coming alive with bright hues and vibrant palettes! 


1.  laguiole steak knives  // 2. kitchenaid mixer  // 3. passport covers  // 4. monogrammed napkins

Our NEW Swap Tabletop collection is no exception - this season’s bright trend now has a place setting to match!


It’s official… the Swap Tabletop collection has arrived; so ready your registry with sophisticated style in on-trend patterns and head turning hues.  Classic, elegant, festive, bright and functional, our collection of dinner plates, salad plates, bowls, mugs, and serveware marry a look that is classic and modern, timeless and chic.  Designed to mix+match, the Swapabilities are endless!

For the traditional bride: Clean lines and a classic color combo combine to make our Cobble pattern the perfect base for the traditional bride.


You may remember Paige from our Oscar party blog post.  Well, Paige is getting married! 


We definitely consider Paige our resident, traditional bride to be.  Paige’s style is understated and elegant. We asked her to tell us a little about why she adores the Cobble Collection

Paint a picture of your home: My style is definitely a blend of traditional (but not serious) & eclectic (but not wild).  For the most part, my taste in architectural details & furniture is traditional.  However, I love to incorporate unique art, accents, fabrics in all different scales to add whimsy, fun & elements of surprise…color, pattern, textures are all key ways to achieve this.  In my home, I don’t like to decorate just for the sake of decorating.  I like to be surrounded by meaningful things, whether they’re family heirlooms or sentimental things that have a story to go along with them.  

Describe your entertaining style: I usually take the same approach for setting the table – keep the basic pieces simple & add flare in the accents.

What makes this your favorite pattern: I have enjoyed having the cobble dishes because they have been so versatile to mix & match for different occasions throughout the year.  In addition, we have registered for beautiful, yet simple, white stoneware place settings that we’ll be able to integrate in with the Coton Colors dishes.  By choosing simple dinnerware, it allows me to have the flexibility to create different looks by mixing & matching the dinnerware and incorporating unique linens, glassware & serving dishes to tailor the décor for the occasion.

Other entertaining essentials: Fresh cut flowers and/or greenery are a must, especially if we’re having company.  I use lots of cuttings from the yard, but often enhance with store bought blooms.  


Be sure to check out all of the Swap Tabletop patterns here… what’s your favorite??


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