What We’re Loving: Jonathan Adler’s Bold Place Settings
We just can’t decide which option we love most, so we’re mixing and matching
Today on The Daily Meal
Meet Jonathan Adler, the quirky potter who brought a bit of whimsy and color into home décor. If you take a gander into any one of Adler’s shops or his online store, you’ll find a plethora of tricked-out patterns, independent brands, and the most adorable salt and pepper shakers you’ve ever seen.
We came across a few of his place settings that were ideal for mixing and matching, so we’re spotlighting all three rather than just singling one out.
All four-piece settings are priced affordably at $50, and we’re giving a keen eye to the Greek Key, the Mod Dot, and the Green Nixon patterns. All are bold pops of color — the Greek Key is a classic Mykonos-rooftop blue, the Mod Dot comes in tangerine tango orange, and the Green Nixon is Kelly green — and all have classic geometric patterns.
Since we can’t decide among the three, we’re urging you to set your tables with mix-and-match settings to create a vibrant and inviting atmosphere for your guests.
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