Nouveau Spring 2020: Dinnerware – Plated

A return to nature with an emphasis on craftsmanship that brings forward bold shapes, colors, textures and motifs, will be in the spotlight among the dinnerware offerings this season.

The Luna Mini collection from Lenox still nests eight assorted bowls and plates into a sculptural set, but is designed for everyday use and comes in two decorative hues.
TarHong’s Palermo melamine dinnerware evokes a tropical/beachy vibe with its oversized palm leaf print and soothing colors. The decorative heavy plastic assortment is designed for use indoors and out.
Denby’s Modus collection is inspired by the minimalist lux trend among consumers with a focus on textural glaze, tonal colors and rich highlights. The stoneware dinnerware brings a handcrafted look and feel to the table.
Vietri’s take on melamine includes the melamine Lastra assortment, which is designed in the same vein as the company’s stoneware collection of the same name. It features the same rustic edges on the plate’s rim as the original.
Rosanna’s Bloom collection of porcelain tableware is inspired by nature and is adorned in motifs such as wildflowers, river rocks and other organic forms. The assortment includes plates, mugs, bowls and serveware pieces, as well as giftable goods.
Lifetime Brand’s Mikasa 4-piece stoneware Mila set features shapes and scalloped edges that are reminiscent of traditional, elegant dinnerware, yet the rims have a subtle wash of blue and tan that add a contemporary, abstract accent.
Villeroy & Boch’s new Mineral color for the It’s My Match Collection is a green-gray tone that is designed to complement the line’s existing colors of powder, green and white. Mineral is available in both of the collection’s two relief patterns, Leaf and Uni.
Arc America’s latest glass dinnerware patterns, Amario and Luminis, are both available in turquoise and offer up intricate cutwork around the rim, for a unique tactile feel. The patterns are also available in white and granite.