Maison & Objet: Mismatched tabletop
By Laurence Pasquier

Brands are exhibiting collections of tabletop specifically designed to look mismatched. The edges of plates are scalloped, fluted or simply rounded, so each looks …

Jan 24, 2015
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Christian Lacroix by Vista Alegre
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Christian Lacroix by Vista Alegre

Brands are exhibiting collections of tabletop specifically designed to look mismatched. The edges of plates are scalloped, fluted or simply rounded, so each looks different, creating depths and interest when the table is laid. Patterns are also styled in random compositions, for dynamic settings.

Our full tabletop report will be available at the end of next week

– Laurence Pasquier

Ichendorf Milano

J. Seignolles

Richard Brendon


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