My New Collection With Jill Rosenwald!


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I am SO excited to finally launch my new collection with my friend and incredible ceramicist Jill Rosenwald!  You may have seen me instagramming it in the past couple months as we developed it and FINALLY it’s available to order! Recently we did a little shoot with Sarah Winchester to show off the wares in use, and I am thrilled with the result.  I wanted to do a modern, painterly take on classic blue and white china patterns like Blue Willow and Royal Copenhagen.  I LOVE the loose, fun quality of these pieces (all hand thrown and hand painted in Boston) and the gold rims just add a little extra sparkle.

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Granny Chic.


I’ve found myself drawn to some rather granny-esque items lately. I don’t know why- but I’ve purchased a dusty old portrait and a pair of Staffordshire dogs in the past couple weeks alone.  I love antiques and classic, traditional design, but am appreciating the more really old school Americana like pieces. Including spongeware (or “graniteware” or “spatterware”).  And good thing, I’m not alone!  A few designers are into it too- like Tory Burch, who released a spongeware collection this year.  It’s such a fun pattern (and best in blue and white, of course) and adds a little pop of color to tables or displayed in collections.


A Green Tabletop


Happy St. Patrick’s Day to my fellow Irish-folk. :)  While I’m not one for green beer or cabbage, I do enjoy some cabbage leaf style dinnerware.  So I thought today was a good day to discuss the new tabletop collection from Tory Burch and famed Palm Beach potter Dodie Thayer.  Now, I totally can see what some people would think this stuff is heinous, it’s not for everyone, but it in small doses on a springtime table I think it’s quite charming!  Not to mention the history behind it.  There is a great article from the Wall Street Journal about collecting these famed lettuce-leaf pieces, especially the originals signed by Thayer herself.

An Inspired Thanksgiving Table

I ordered the new Markham Roberts book last week and finally got some time to flip through it yesterday.  It’s a fascinating study on traditional decorating with an edge- full of bold color and mixed patterns.  One image, of the author/designer’s own upstate home, totally inspired me palette wise. Chartreuse and beige, baby!  I thought why not make an unexpected Thanksgiving table out of it? No one said you have to use orange and red and turkeys on T-day!  I wanted to incorporate gold, wood, color and some old school patterns together with modern touches to craft something really fun but formal enough for a family celebration.


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Sponsor Welcome: Modernizing Traditional China & Crystal with Herend

I’ve mentioned this before, but one of my wedding registry regrets it’s not picking a more old-school traditional formal china pattern. At 25 years old and living in a tiny condo with Andrew I never thought I’d ever want or need fancy china. Now I’m thinking of picking a pattern that I can collect over time in an attempt to remedy that. But traditional china doesn’t mean your set table will look like Grandma’s.  Using some fabulous traditional pieces from new EOS sponsor, and long-standing pinnacle of fine tabletop items, Herend and Moser crystal, I wanted to show how to mix and match classic items with modern flair to create a really gorgeous table perfect for a dinner party or holiday meal.

The key here is to keep the basics (dinner plates, glasses, chargers) traditional and high end and then mix in accents like napkins, an accent plate and centerpiece to modernize the scheme. I love pairing modern gold flatware with classic gold banded china- it’s the perfect pairing.

1. Moser crystal wine decanter // 2. Modern brass wine stoppers // 3. Moser Mozart crystal stemware // 4. Herend Silk ribbon charger (comes in tons of colors!) // 5. Herend Golden Laurel dinner plate // 6. Liz Caan for Jill Rosenwald splatter accent plate // 7. Vera Wang gold flatware // 8. West Elm gold ikat print napkin // 9. Crate & Barrel brass napkin ring // 10. Crate & Barrel modern brass candle holders // 11. Herend accent dish // 12. Brass salt and pepper shakers // 13. Classic but modern florals (these via Jayson Home, loving Winston Flowers summer collection too).