Flower Power Enlivens Lobby Settings
Spring had sprung (finally), and flower magazine made sure that
New York Tabletop Market attendees were able to experience it full tilt,
creating Lobby Settings with a welcoming “Garden Party” theme. The
exquisite concepts brought today’s outdoor lifestyle to life and clearly
illustrated that even fine tableware has a place beyond the boundaries
of the dining room.
Right - From flower magazine:
Margot Shaw, founder and
editor-in-chief, Kelly Baker,
and Clarke Bohorfoush.
Bubbly + Blooms...
are a glorious combination for genteel
entertaining thanks to “Atlanta” wine cooler and “Helena” flutes from William Yeoward
Crystal; “Beachfront” double old fashioneds from Aerin for Lenox; “Burnished Metal” tray
from Donna Karan for Lenox; and “Botanic Garden” plates from Portmeirion. A “Filanda”
bowl from Seguso holds the floral arrangement. On all settings: “Pearl Flower” photo frame
from L’Objet and Matthew Robbins Designs floral décor.
A Posh Picnic...
is the epitome of casual chic, thanks
to table toppings such as: “Mikado” dinner plates from Royal Crown Derby
at DeVine Corp.; “Perlee” platters from L’Objet;
“Cole” flatware from Reed & Barton; “Essence
Plus 2013” stems and “Marc Newson 1998”
tumblers from iittala; and “White
Elements” mugs from Royal Copenhagen.
awaits guests amid a profusion
of blossoming cherry trees. Color is courtesy of not only Mother
Nature but also: “Numa” vase from Villeroy & Boch; “Les Indiennes”
plates from Philippe Deshoulières; and “Mixology” highballs from
Waterford. Completing this setting: “Rock” cake server from Michael Aram; “Blues” decanter from Vista
Alegre Atlantis; “Jardin d’Eden” flatware from Christofle; “Teema 1952” platter from iittala; “Whittier” jug
from Ten Strawberry Street; and “Cielo” perforated plate from Hering-Berlin at Julia Watts.
A Bouquet Buffet...
arrangements, the flower editors created an Eden of temptations. The “Ipso” and “Karo” vases are from
Jars Cèramistes at Mottahedeh; “Lastra” bowl and tray from Vietri; “Bamboo” salad servers from
Sambonet; “Latitude” macaron stand from Ercuis at DeVine Corp.; and “Lulu” decanter and tumblers
from William Yeoward Crystal.