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The Curated Table

Acquire the essential pieces you need to set a beautifully Curated Table in six months - or all at once.
... and you are ready to entertain in style

For Your Tabletop presents The Curated Table. You can start today building your collection of beautiful tableware that will grow monthly and in six months’ time, you’ll have a complete service to set a classic table. Each monthly shipment comes with practical tips, allowing you to use them upon arrival.

Of course, for those who can’t wait, we also provide the option to purchase the entire curated collection at once! Learn More →

Regardless of the option you choose, your subscription or purchase includes a one-year membership in For Your Tabletop, entitling you to a 10 percent discount on all other purchases.

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16.25″ Inscribed platter Just when you think you’ve seen everything, you’re surprised! These plates by artist Pauline Curtiss are just such a surprise. She has transposed her pen and ink drawings onto porcelain dinner ware using lead free pigments to great effect. These transform the “white dish” just enough to make a personal statement. This collection includes small plates, serving bowls and platters to use on their own or mix in with your own dishes and are in limited edition… Continue reading

“This is where we celebrate everything…”

HB Dining Room Suzanne Sharp

Well said, Suzanne Sharp, co-founder and Creative Director, The Rug Company, Notting Hill, London. She loves her dining room, as well she should! If you missed this, it’s the last page of House Beautiful, July/August.



Truly, timeless. A dinner service that is both classic and colorful – one that has stood the test of time literally for centuries. Shown left, with our lemon hand-emboidered linens and 19th century Christofle and Williams and Brook flatware, Mottahedeh’s Tobacco Leaf is a fully licensed pattern that Mottahedeh produces from pieces in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. This extravagant design was originally made in China, probably for export to the Portuguese and Brazilian… Continue reading

Yet another reason to like mayonnaise!


Like we need one! This morning, I picked up my morning coffee cup and saucer and, “Hmm.” It was stuck to the table. The saucer was fresh from the dishwasher and, unbeknown to me, was still wet or at least damp on the underside when I set it down. It gave a gasp of struggle as I picked it up, but enough to make me look down and notice that some of the finish had been lifted from the area… Continue reading

The key to it all…


QUALITY So, one day (the first week of July, 1980, to be exact), my dad brings my mom a cartoon by Dean Vietor clipped from the New Yorker, and says, “This is Bob!” A guy kneeling at his bed prays, ‘I don’t ask for much, but what I get should be of very good quality.’ Word. I was lucky enough to be surrounded by quality from an early age. My dad was Baker Furniture’s West Coast manufacturer’s rep, and as such, our… Continue reading

Sharing space


In tight spaces, there’s always room for multi-function. Under the deft hand of Madeline Stuart, a corner of a living room acts as a library-cum-intimate dining space (great table, a couple of interesting chairs, window bench seating- check!). And that Donald Kaufman color is crazy good!         (DKC-11 from Donald Kaufman)