Mixed Mesh Table Setting with Botanical Floating Centerpiece

Summer is officially here, and I feel it’s time for lots of get-togethers. I honestly cannot think of anything better, than to invite my best friends over for a meal that I have spent all day prepping, while also going all out on the table setting, I want them to go “WOW”.

I teamed up with German tableware brand Rosenthal and created an extraordinary botanical table. With my smaller dining table, I wanted to make as much room on the table as possible, as it quickly looks a bit crowded, so for my centerpiece I create a floating lush green cloud with white flowers to match the new Mesh collection by Rosenthal.

The collection is available in four colors. The tones Aqua, Cream Walnut and Forest, a new deep green, are applied to the porcelain in the form of a color glaze and are available for all pieces in the collection, and they all go perfectly together, so you do not have to stick with just one of the colors – in fact, I highly recommend mixing. They form a wonderful contrast with any white porcelain, bring out the lively and individually hand-crafted character of the collection, enhance the intensity of the Mesh relief and emphasize the modern mix-and-match principle.

When the center piece and the tableware itself takes the attention, I kept everything else very simple and a bit laissez-faire and casual.

//Photos & styling by Allan Torp

Paid partnership with Rosenthal. I borrowed all the tableware for the purposes of the shoot. Thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Thanks for supporting collaborations that I am excited about and that have kept Bungalow5’s doors open.

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