Forget staid silver: The stainless steel flatware from French company Sabre is full of life and color. Founders Francis and Pascale Gelb began Sabre with a small collection of knives, forks, and spoons distinguished by bright enamel handles in a few basic shades. Now they offer a full range of table linens, dinner plates, mugs, and glasses, with patterns like polka dots, ginghams, plaids, and toiles. The pieces are designed for mixing and matching, making Sabre a truly fashionable choice for setting your tables.
This French company’s stainless-steel flatware is full of life and color, with its signature bright enamel handles available in a rainbow of hues. Shop the sale for the five-piece Natura place settings, or opt for the serving and cheese duos. And if you want to add a quick hit of pizzazz, try the butter spreaders and demi spoons. They’re guaranteed to enliven white china.
Entertaining guests this holiday season? Ready your table with festive linens, elegant stemware, and handy serving pieces. Prepare for the onslaught with a glittering collection of coasters and place mats by master tabletop designer Kim Seybert; colorful cocktail forks and cheese sets by Sabre; traditional French linens from Beauville, and Nason Moretti's elegant tumblers, carafes, and goblets.
In a color rut? Don’t be afraid to take the leap and instill bright hues in your home. A great way to start is with a statement chair (like Swaim’s bright-green Bubble, or Wesley Hall’s lagoon-blue tufted leather chair with wavy-patterned sides). Don’t want to go that far? Toss a bright Pur Cashmere throw on a neutral chair and hang one of Kings Wood Art’s bold photo prints on the wall.
Set a vibrant table this summer—whether you’re throwing a party or just having a casual dinner at home—with these flatware, dishware, and accessory options. Sabre’s cutlery, with bright-hued, bold-patterned handles, is a great start; and Bodum’s glass cups and mugs, with colorful silicone sleeves, are a fun twist on everyday essentials. Tie the look together by setting a vase on one of Modern-Twist’s “Dolleez” Loops, which are bold, modern renditions of doilies.