Carte Blanche: The Lotus Dinnerware Three WaysMarch 16, 2016
Our white place settings are elegant blank slates—they let linens and flatware act as your table’s main attraction without fading into the background. To prove just how versatile white dishes can be, we asked a trio of bloggers to put their own styling spin—and a favorite recipe—on our creamy, curvy Lotus Dinnerware collection.
Los Angeles-based lifestyle blogger Leah Bergman of Freutcake‘s springtime tablescape emphasizes the freshness of clean white plates with airy linen napkins, bright flowers and touches of palate-pleasing pink.
Effortlessly romantic, fun and feminine, Leah’s celebratory spring brunch works as well for a casual weekend nosh as it does a special occasion.
The First Mess
Vegetable gardener and The First Mess blogger Laura Wright—who lives and cooks between a peach orchard and a vineyard in Southern Ontario—epitomizes just how stylish sustainability can be. So we weren’t surprised that she designed a dining look that feels earthy and wholesome, layering our Lotus Dinnerware with macramé, acacia wood and sunset-subtle pastels.
Like the flavorful and so easy broccoli salad recipe she kindly shared, Laura’s table is an unabashed celebration of the season. After all, nothing says springtime like a heaping serving of the freshest greens.
Sugar & Cloth
Ashley Rose, the Houston-based blogger behind Sugar & Cloth, knows a thing or two about white’s adept ways—as virtual tours of her home and design studio can attest. Bathed in bright white, her spaces glow with possibility.
Naturally, she took our white-plate challenge and ran with it: not content to stop with gilded flatware and sunny flowers, she also topped her table with a cake frosted in on-theme cream cheese and covered in golden-toasted coconut.