Potter’s Workshop Dinnerware
You’ll think you stepped into a potter’s studio with our Potter’s Workshop Dinnerware. We have a beautiful collection of pottery dinnerware at west elm. Choose from various colors and designs to fit your color scheme at home. The hand-painted stoneware looks artsy but is quite durable. It can be used in the dishwasher and microwave. Use it every day or for special occasions. Display it in a china cabinet or on a kitchen shelf to showcase the artful designs.
Place a table runner in the center of the table to accent the pottery. A runner adds just enough color without taking up the whole space. This way, you can see the beauty of the table too. A neutral crossweave, an embroidered medallion design or a textured frayed fringe runner would certainly be a complement to the table presentation.
In keeping with the artsy presentation of the dinnerware, you might want to decorate the walls with a textured wall hanging, an eclectic mirror or an abstract painting. Including a few pieces of artwork on the walls makes a fabulous statement in the room. Coupled with pottery on the table, your dining room or kitchen will look like something out of a magazine. We have some impressive artwork at west elm, like dimensional artwork, tapestries and wood wall art. Find what suits your personality and it will become a conversation piece for years to come.
Add a little ambience with candles on the table and around the dining room or kitchen. Marbled and speckled designs are a subtle way to accent the table or go for shiny gold or mix and match muddled colors grouped together. The fragrance of herbs and citrus or earthy scents will fill the room with a pleasant aroma while creating a relaxing atmosphere.
A pot of faux succulents or a vase of eucalyptus makes for a fabulous centerpiece on the table. The best part is they are no maintenance and don’t require pruning or watering. You can keep them out all year knowing they’ll always look good. You can add seasonal decoration to them to vary the appearance like adding red and green ornaments at Christmas time or blue for Hanukkah. Pastel colors work well for Easter and springtime.
What began as an idea created on a potter’s wheel can land on your table. It’s a high-quality dinnerware set to serve many meals and lots of memories. The runner, artwork, candles and the centerpiece simply enhance the artful display of classic stoneware that’s made to last through dinners and conversations.