Turns out, we’re not the only ones who think so: A recent
Jenni Kayne’s inaugural
Similarly simple, this collection by Heath Ceramics provides just a hint of variety to make your tabletop a little more interesting. A pale blue-grey color, crisp linen hue, and warm gray tone are particularly perfect for a layered look.
Calling all maximalists: We found your perfect ceramic collection. This gorgeous Anthropologie set (purchased separately via the link above) is hand painted and made in Portugal, boasting a colorful watercolor design for a playful look. The bright color palette is coincidentally also perfect for spring or summer entertaining, so stock up on these before your first
East Fork Pottery isn’t broken down into collections, but given the similar aesthetic of the entire company, feel free to mix and match to your heart’s desire and create your own color palettes. The uncomplicated design features a simple solid color outlined in deep brown, from softer shades to punchy hues. Start with the
This affordable place setting boasts high contrast thanks to the two-tone dip, and features a neutral color scheme that any minimalist will definitely appreciate. The full set includes two plates, a bowl, and even a mug… so you’re pretty much set for any meal. Pair with brighter table accessories, like a
Canvas Home’s Pinch line may be an innocuous shade of off-white (though there are pink and gray options too), but it’s anything but boring. In collaboration with UK potter Linda Bloomfield and a small ceramic factory in Portugal, the company created a collection that has a definitely timeless feel—it’s super simple, save for a tiny pinched detailing that sets it apart from plain white dishes you might see elsewhere. You can purchase items individually or go all out with the whole line for a complete overhaul of your dinnerware.
Somewhat reminiscent of the 1940s Abstract Impressionist Movement, this black and white set contains a
Not ready to say goodbye to the ever-present millennial pink trend? Go for this contemporary set from Urban—but don’t worry: It also comes in a deep charcoal gray if you’re decidedly
For those willing to spend a bit more (okay—a lot more) on your dinnerware, try this classic set from Farmhouse Pottery. It’s definitely an investment, but it’s one you’ll benefit one from years to come. They’re durable, can easily be dressed up for a formal event or kept pared down for day-to-day dining, and emulate that
This Copenhagen-based company blends
For a very slight twist on traditional white dinnerware, opt for this affordable West Elm set. The dove gray color has a discrete speckled pattern you only really notice if you closely inspect it, meaning every piece of this collection can be mixed and matched without you having to worry about clashing prints. Meanwhile, the slightly unfinished look makes the set look custom-made… and therefore a lot more expensive than it actually is.
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