Table Setting of the Week #15: Feat. Simon Pearce Belmont Dinnerware

This week, tomorrow, actually, is my first year anniversary with my boyfriend. And with that on my mind, I asked Melissa, Didrik's visual merchandising manager, to put together a romantic dinner setting for two. I love it. The ivory, soft green and gold-peach colors are warm and romantic at the same time. And the Simon Pearce Corinth White Wine glasses look so pretty. And of course, she didn't forget the requisite candlelight.

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To achieve this look, start with Libeco Home Tribeca Tablerunner in avocado. Use the Revol France Basalt Rectangular Slate Plate as chargers. Lay over that the Simon Pearce Pottery Belmont Dinner Plate, Simon Pearce Pottery Belmont Side Plate, and Simon Pearce Belmont Dinnerware Stew Bowl all in white.

The Libeco Home Tribeca Napkin in saffron adds an elegant touch of color and placed between the soup bowl and the first course plate.

Finish of the place setting with Iittala Citterio 5 pc Place Setting and the Simon Pearce Corinth White Wine.

Knowing I love cheese, Melissa added the rectangular Revol France Basalt Rectangular Slate Plate to be used as a cheese platter with the the cheese fork from the Berti Piccoli Italiani cheese knife set, a great Holiday gift idea, by the way.

Fnally, at the center of the table are 3 Simon Pearce Riverton Votive Holders. And a romantic dinner wouldn't be a romantic dinner without a bottle of wine. Ours is set stop the Simon Pearce Hanover Wine Coaster to protect the linen and the table from wine rings. So not romantic.