Getting your dining look right means supporting your cooking style with the right tableware that compliments the feel, the colours and the textures of your dish.
From fine dining on Classic White to casual social eating with Earthy Tones, use your tableware to really establish the style you’re going for. Take a peek at how 4 of our chefs pair their dishes with the right tableware for the perfect finish.
Isn’t everyone planning the best Christmas ever? We certainly are, and as you would expect, we are not compromising on style.
Whether you are a party of 12 or just an intimate 2, these styles will look just as good and what we wanted to show this year is sophisticated elegance with maximum impact.
It’s time to say hello to the most magical time of year, the time you turn your home into it’s very own Winter Wonderland with twinkling lights, burning candles and a table fit for a festive feast for you and your guests.
Unwrap the style that will fill you with joy come Christmas Day. With a crackling fire in the corner and your favourite seasonal playlist playing in the background, our Festive Farmhouse Feast display will create a distinctive centrepiece in your dining area.
If you yearn for a Christmas with crackling log fires, cosy throws and long walks through snow-dusted lanes, then this might just be the look for you.
Christmas can be the ideal time to try something new. If you love Christmas but maintain your usual contemporary chic, the Modern Luxe is just for you.
Glass plates are probably something you have never considered before, but restaurants around the globe have been serving their creations on glass plates for years.
For us, warmer weather normally means Barbecue’s and breakfast in the courtyard, but this year we wanted to surprise our guests with something a little bit different.
We are all into Scandinavian design in some way or other. And why not? It’s cool, it’s hip and ultra-modern; think clean lines and subtle colours.
We are just going to put it out there; we love green plates! Never really seen before on the High Street, green crockery is hot right now in hospitality; especially in healthy cafes and vegan restaurants.