We’ve been taken with Gien’s Tulipe faience china pattern for some time now and we’re thrilled to have finally made this pattern the stars of a Tabletop Tuesday post here on the blog for steve mckenzie’s!
While it offers an absolutely classic sensibility to any table setting, we’ve found it can become quite modern – especially with paired with Gien’s Allure pattern.
This tabletop post begins with a graphic black and white dinner plate from Gien’s Tulipe collection.
The salad plate pattern aligns perfectly with the dinner plate, when stacked.
This stunning pewter Gabriella flatware by Match 1995 was an ideal match with these plates!
Now comes a modern edge, with the dessert plate in Gien’s Taupe colorway.
Bring in the blue! This canapé plate offered us a much needed dose of color.
Placing this Libeco Linen napkin on the diagonal helped to add texture and softness to the setting.
With all the colors and textures going on already, this tabletop didn’t call for added pattern; instead we completed the formal setting with a pair of clear water and wine glasses.
A simple pop of purple floral offers a natural element and completes the tabletop. Bon appetit!
Please stop by the steve mckenzie’s showroom today to begin pulling together a tabletop that’s ideal for you and your lifestyle. At steve mckenzie’s we love to create tabletops, which are unique to each family!