Just like the clothes you wear, how you set your table speaks a lot about your style. You mix and match certain pieces to find that look that is uniquely you. Well, our Profile collection is exactly like that clean white tee that you reach for in your closet again and again. It’s like a blank canvas for your table that you can layer on with cute colors, bold patterns and eye-catching accents. Here’s how to set your table with Profile according to your style…
Fun & Fanciful
Are you the one who always has fresh flowers on the table? An apron with birds on it? Is Colbie Caillat’s “Bubbly” on your most-played song list? This is for you. The lush, blue-and-white garden motif from Sprig & Vine breathes new life into our white Profile dinner plate. Paired with the pastels of Naomi Bay serveware and the smoky blues of Valencia glassware, it’s a gorgeous style for the young at heart that want their table to be rich with color.
For a crunchy, earthy table setting, go for Profile in a grey paintburst pattern. Layer it on top of that classic white dinner plate (catching the trend?) and you’ve got a natural, less-is-more look that feels right at home with your casual style. Little details, like a burlap runner, a willow spray and our Textured Neutrals flatware make the table. All that’s left is to pour yourself some wine in our Tuscany Classics stemless glass and enjoy!
Cherry On Top
Your style is cute, coordinated and playful. Your motto is, “Smile everyday” and you like to live up to it! For a fun and whimsical table, play with patterns by layering your Profile with a polka dot tablecloth and Kate Spade New York Vintage Cherry Dot. The juicy red cherries and navy dotted background bring a fresh perspective to your breakfast routine. For flatware, keep it simple with sleek, stainless steel Nolita to complement your ultra-adorable table.
On The Line
Sharp cuts and geo patterns are the highlight of this table. Minimalist chic. Clean, but not too formal. Basically, if everything on your desk is at an exact right angle, this is the setting for you. We started with our Profile dinner plate at the bottom and added this Art Deco Winston accent plate from Brian Gluckstein over top. Finish off the sides of your place setting with the Winston saucer and bread plate for coordinating patterns that don’t feel so matchy-matchy. Top off your glass with a little rosé and you’re good to go!
Black & White
Be bold. Be sharp. Be anything but basic. This super sleek combination brings the stark white contrast of Profile and pairs it with the darkly enticing design of Chelse Muse accent plates and Colebrook Onyx flatware. Surround the sides of your place setting with