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chow.com just posted a very cool feature on designer table settings. they invited some people in the design community to create table settings that updated the traditional "fork on the left, knife on the right" idea and the results are really fun. lena and i were going to contribute our own take together but ended up not having time bc of the holidays. we'll definitely have to make time next year, because the results looks so fun. i especially like jason miller's table. click here for the full feature.[ps: chow is a fantastic site so i highly suggest clicking around for a while. there's even some top chef talk...]






Anonymous a-m said...

i love this! thanks so much for sharing the feature. we're hosting a holiday dinner next weekend and i was freaking out about not having water goblets (silly, i know)... but now i'm feeling inspired to try something different with my settings.

12:40 PM  
Anonymous Norma said...

I love the placemat with the "ghost" of utensils. Didn't find any product information in the article. Do you know where I can find out that information?

12:52 PM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

from michelle who wrote the nice chow.com article above:

"As far as a product list goes we did not include one because we wanted the piece to be more about the design and less about the products. However, the designers can be contacted directly via the links in the story or your readers are free to contact me at Michele.Foley@cnet.com and I can assist them with where to find and purchase the items.

Thanks again Grace!"

thanks michelle!

1:24 PM  
Anonymous Scottie10014 said...

I don't know about the placemat, but I've seen the flatware at www.yousaytomayto.com, it's called Open Air by Maarten Baptist. Very nice indeedy.

5:11 PM  

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