Dinnerware with Gold Accents for an Elegant Dining Setup
For a splash of opulence on your plate.
When your dining table looking a little drab for your taste, that's nothing a pop of color on your dinnerware can't fix. And if you aren't a fan of bold hues, opt for metallics instead. Gold, for one, adds an opulent finish to any plate bowl, or mug, especially when it's used as an accent color.
Ahead, we list some gold-accented dinnerware you can shop to try the trend:
West Elm Organic Shaped Gold Rim Dinnerware Collection (starts at P395, Rustan's)
The asymmetrical shapes and delicate gold lines on this dinnerware collection will elevate your average all-white setup.
Vista Alegre Carrara Bread and Butter Plate (P920, Rustan's)
This gold-rimmed plate features a clean marble design that allows for easy layering.
Seek the Uniq Istres Dinner and Salad Plate Set (P1,290, Seek the Uniq)
The unique shape of this two-piece glazed ceramic set is a statement in itself.
Seek the Uniq Lyon Geometric Dinner and Salad Plate Set (P1,290, Seek the Uniq)
If you prefer a fun yet understated print on your wares, this bone china plate set should be right up your alley.
Arte di Cenari Kelsey (price available upon request)
We can't stop looking at the gradient leaf prints on these plates, and we're sure your guests will say the same thing.
Arte di Cenari Clara (price available upon request)
The splash of gold on these porcelain marble plates will add a rustic feel to your table.
Banfang Gold Edge Green Ceramic Cutlery Set (P1,500 for 5 pieces, Lazada)
Green may not be everyone's first choice for chic dinnerware, but the elegant edges on these dishes and bowls would likely help you consider.
Monazone Black Gold Series (starts at P297, Lazada)
Aside from a slim gold rim, the pieces in this collection also has gorgeous handpainted gold splatters.
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