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April 8, 2022
Mixing Things Up at New York Tabletop Show

By Peter Giannetti

Editor-in-Chief

The Spring New York Tabletop Show ran this week to a steady flow of retail buyers seeking the latest products and styles for a robust home dining and entertaining market.

Serving the eclectic personal tastes of today’s consumers is a primary opportunity for tableware designers and marketers. That was evident inside the 41 Madison Avenue showrooms as manufacturers presented lively, in-person tablescapes that mixed patterns, colors and materials to show how collections can be arranged in many ways to encourage individual expression.

Here is a look at some of the new designs that greeted the New York Tabletop Show attendees:

Porland

Mixed-Color Morocco Collection

Vista Alegre

Contemporary colorful dinnerware and serveware

TarHong

Mix-and-match melamine and acrylic tableware

Lenox

Oyster Bay Collection

BIA Cordon Bleu

Bowls in assorted earthy tones

Costa Nova Plano

Dinnerware collection made from recycled material

Jia Wei Lifestyle

Fish-themed melamine collection

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