by The Culinistas
Whether it’s a soiree or a family dinner, serveware will enhance the experience of gathering. It is Rosanjin, a Showa period Japanese artist, ceramicist, and restaurateur who popularized this connection. Below are our essentials for any meal, no matter how small!
From the beautiful mind of Wynne Noble, each piece in this collection is handmade and unique. We love to use the Hollywood and Surreal Bowls for grains and leafy green salads. Every dish is dishwasher safe for clean up ease.
Jono’s square sided plates double as dinner plates and family style serve vessels. Salmon and other proteins look especially sleek against the neutral tones. Pro tip: the light filled Union City studio space opens up once a month for tours and sales, so stock up!
Nothing spruces up a simple cheese board like a beautiful surface. Whether it be a refined marble or rustic wooden board, happy hour snacks look right at home atop a board resting on the ottoman.
A lovely pitcher livens up any tablescape, whether it contains water or a signature batched cocktail. For a unique find, thrift! Housing Works is our favorite spot for funky, conversation starting pieces.
A special thanks to Sylvie Rosokoff for the beautiful photograph.