There are no rules. Mix bold shades and rich tints; delicate shapes and simple forms. Use classics as your canvases and paint them with speckles of colour. Gather your loved ones around a table that celebrates the spectrum of life. Reset the table with colour.
A taste of summer
Become the artist of your dinner table. Use white dinnerware as a canvas for new colour combinations. Paint the shades of summer: combine bright whites with cool blues and elegant pinks. Find the power of delicate pastels that take us back to the wild fields and white nights of summer. Bring depth to your table setting with a touch of moss green that evokes the serene mystique of spruce forests.
The word ‘picnic’ originates from France, where outdoor meals rose in popularity in the aftermath of the French Revolution when parks that earlier only accommodated to the aristocratic and honoured were opened up to the public. Bubbly get-togethers, romantic evenings or playful family events, picnics are the ultimate chameleons of dining. In the United States, picnics are associated with the festivities of the American Independence Day on the Fourth of July, whereas in Finland, the morning of the first of May is prime picnic time.