In elegant solids or fun patterns, new dinnerware introductions provide tasteful everyday options for today’s homes.
Fiesta’s Floral Bouquet, available on a 9-inch luncheon plate, features a bouquet of fresh roses and mixed flowers with shades of signature Fiesta colors. The vibrant florals are showcased against a white ceramic background. www.fiestafactorydirect.com
Part of Caskata’s bridal collection, Pearls is understated with a fresh update. Plates, bowls, platters, pedestals and a mug are available, and all can be personalized. www.caskata.com
Beatriz Ball’s Vida Alegria Collection in luxury melamine is perfect for casual entertaining, both indoors and out. Platters, serving trays, bowls and pedestal serverware available in five colors. www.beatrizball.com
A&B Home’s 75833-CLEA glass charger with a beaded rim is elegant with a modern update. www.abhomeinc.com
Bloomingville’s Karine stoneware plates are food-approved and microwave-safe — bold patterns are made more approachable in muted colors. www.bloomingville.com
Pattern on pattern: Napa Home’s Indigo plates jibe together in blue and white. www.napahomeandgarden.com
From Zak’s new subsidiary DDG, the Boho collection of dinnerware and serveware plays on the eclectic trend, perfect for everyday. www.zak.com
Coton Colors’ Cobble Small Dot- and Cobble Woven-patterned tableware makes neutrals a bit more exciting.
Creative Co-op’s hand-painted stoneware plates, #DA8656A, are 7.5 inches in diameter. The colors pop in bohemian patterns. www.creativecoop.com
Juliska’s Tangier dessert/salad plate is from its Wanderlust Collection. A faraway motif brings a bold touch to any tablescape. www.juliska.com