I’m lakeside at the table with the vibrant collection of Villa della Luna Dinnerware by Pfaltzgraff.
Villa della Luna by Pfaltzgraff was created as a magical collection of dinnerware and accessories based on the art of Jana Kolpen and Mary Tiegreen in ‘Dancing with the Moon, a Story of Love at the Villa della Luna’. The centuries-old traditions of Italian ceramics are honored in the colors, designs and craftsmanship of every piece.
Villa della Luna fleur bowls have a warm terra cotta interior, filled with an assortment of decorative pasta for the table.
A tablecloth with a stylized paisley pattern provides a foundation for the table, with a similar acanthus leaf found in the border of the Villa della Luna plates and mugs.
Cheery Sunflowers, synonymous with Tuscany, fill an urn as a centerpiece along with some Purple Statice, also known as Sea Lavender, that might be found growing on the rugged Italian coast near Villa della Luna in Dancing with the Moon.
Peach lilies with yellow accents (Inca Ice Alstroemeria) join coleus and loropetalum, clipped from a planter and shrubs to add some burgundy accents and filler in the centerpiece.
Chargers in a terra cotta shade frame the dinnerware while plaid napkins add some additional pattern and color to the table.
Capri Frost flatware by Pfaltzgraff has a scalloped handle to pair with the chargers.
Villa della Luna dessert bowls are also conveniently sized for serving condiments, dips or snacks.
Acrylic tumblers are available and lightweight, designed for durability for easy summer entertaining. . .
Along with a Melamine Serving Bowl.
*Dinnerware / Villa della Luna by Pfaltzgraff
*Flatware / Pfaltzgraff Capri Frost
*Blue Goblets / Pfaltzgraff All Purpose Glasses
Tablecloth, Nicole Miller Home / HomeGoods
Napkins and Chargers / Pier 1
Urn / Pottery Barn, several years ago
I’m often asked if we eat at all the tables that I set.
The answer is no since I set some tables to photograph, but I do have uninvited guests from time to time hoping to dine. ;)
*Lifetime Brands’ products have been provided free of charge in exchange for promotional consideration.