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Odd shapes and muted colours: tableware jumps outside the box

Parsley in Time on tableware trends; latest publication details the fashions, fads and favourites

Odd shapes and muted colours - Parsley in Time on 2017's tableware trendsIf it’s skewwhiff and the colour is dialled way back, the chances are it’ll be coming to a table top nearby soon.  The latest crockery trends are all about muted hues and asymmetrical designs, says tableware specialist Parsley in Time.

“For ‘muted’ read ‘natural’ or ‘Nordic’,” says Rob Blunderfield, Parsley in Time’s marketing manager.  “Whatever word you use to describe them, greys, off-whites and faded pastels are huge and getting bigger.”  Thinking about some blue plates?  Look under names like ‘topaz’, ‘ice’ and ‘river’. (more…)

Nature is the tableware trend for Winter 2016

‘Creative cache’ of table presentation ideas from Parsley in Time

on-trend-london-pottery-pebble-teapots-available-from-parsley-in-timeNow’s the time many restaurateurs, hoteliers and chefs look for new tableware and presentation ideas.  Parsley in Time, the tableware company specialising in the out of the ordinary, has pulled together a creative cache of the very latest designs for its Winter 2016/17 portfolio.

“Right now a big tableware trend is nature,” says Rob Blunderfield, marketing manager of Parsley in Time.  “The ideas to look out for cover a huge range of concepts, from earthy colours and rustic textures to beautiful stone-smooth lines and hand-finished products.”  (more…)