Wednesday , 28 February 2024
Modern China Dinnerware

Modern China Dinnerware

Vera Wang Wedgwood Grosgrain China

Whether you are planning a celebratory dinner for ten or two people, a porcelain set made of porcelain will add a touch of elegance to your meal. But getting out of the china doesn’t necessarily mean wiping off your grandmother’s collection. There are a multitude of designers who create sleek, contemporary chinaware that will show off your personal style without scaring your in-laws. No matter how dinner turns out, it will look great on these modern china sets.

The Kate Spade Parker Place Collection

Kate Space Parker Place China

The solid black ribbons and platinum edges make this porcelain set a graphic statement. Each plate uses a different variation of the same motif to differentiate between dishes while creating a seamless flow through your vacation meal. The egg-blue band of a robin gives it a delicate and playful touch of color.

Image via Kate Spade.

The Bernardaud Kintsugi Sarkis plates

bernardaud kintsugi parkis china

Mixing and matching porcelain sets can be tricky, but when done well it can be a bold statement. If you want to add some color to a pure white porcelain set, the Kintsugi Sarkis plates from Bernardaud are for you. The golden details are individual for each plate in the collection and give it a personal touch that is also excitingly elegant.

Image via Bernardaud.

The Grosgrain Collection by Vera Wang and Wedgwood

Wedgwood Vera Wang Grosgrain China

Wedding China doesn’t have to look out of date. Inspired by the embellishments of Vera Wang’s wedding dresses, this collaboration between Wedgwood and Vera Wang is the perfect set for any newlywed couple. Wedgwood is one of the oldest English manufacturers of fine china, but this modern set never feels out of date.

Image via Wedgwood.

Newgrange Platinum from Waterford

Waterford Newgrange platinum

Waterford is a world famous brand known for its outstanding pieces of glass crystal. But their porcelain collections are also of the highest quality. This set uses a gold micro-printed Celtic pattern to keep the company’s Irish heritage in a contemporary style.

Image via Bloomingdales.

The Rosenthal Tac 02 collection

rosenthal tac 02 walter gropius china

This all white porcelain set is anything but standard. The Rosenthal Tac 02 collection was designed by one of the greatest architects of the 20th century, Walter Gropius. It combines the Bauhaus focus on functionality and at the same time looks exquisitely modern.

Image via bridge catalog.

The Monique Lhuillier Opulence Collection from Waterford

monique lhuillier opulence waterford china

The Monique Lhuillier Opulence collection from Waterford lives up to its name.

Image via Nifty Kitchen.

The Royal Copenhagen Blue Elements collection

Royal Copenhagen Blue Elements China

If you’re looking for a traditional design that doesn’t feel musty, consider the Royal Copenhagen Blue Elements collection. With over 200 years of craftsmanship behind every plate, this collection will outlast every changing trend.

Image via Louise Campbell.

The Kelley Wearstler Bedford collection

Kelley Wearstler Bedford China

A vibrant, modern design is offset by an elegant gold pattern for a completely original set. This Collection is certainly not your grandmother’s china.

Image via Bloomingdales.

Philippe Deshoulieres’ Arcades Set

philippe deshoulieres arcades set

If you’re looking to put your art-historical expertise to the test, consider this collection of Art Deco-inspired porcelain from Philippe Deshoulieres. The contrast between powder blue and matt gold is timeless and modern.

Image via Bloomingdales.