Fun Dinner Plates for your Pomegranate Textiles II

We posted recently about plates we think make your Pomegranate textiles look fantastic. It was so much fun we wanted to offer another round for three more of our favorite prints.

Carina Blue Sky

  • Persimmon Loop de Loo from Macy’s: These modern plates create a great pop of contrasting color on the blue pattern.
  • Sunscene Melamine from Anthropologie: I love the scenes on these beachy plates, each one reflecting the spirit of the print’s vines.
  • Oceanica Melamine from Bergdorf Goodman: This one is unexpected with its hint of Asian influence, but I love it with Carina’s leaves.
  • Campestre from Etsy: A fun little set with a versatile pattern, this design gives the table a woodsy Scandinavian feel.

 

Pineapple Citrus

Dinner Plates Pomegranate

  • British Colonial by Lenox: I love how this simple plate offers a realistic pineapple to complement the vibrant, stylized ones on the print.
  • Banana Palm from Pottery Barn: Palm leaves are so in right now, and what better way to show off these plates than with a tropical pineapple pattern?
  • Clara Aqua by Lenox: The bold pattern looks amazing with turquoise, and I love how the geometric shapes play off each other.
  • Applewood Plate from Etsy: Making for a more earthy table, these wooden plates always get compliments from guests.
  • Narrative Plate from Anthropologie: This brand always offers fun dinnerware, and these safari patterns are certainly no exception.
  • Bamboo Plate from Juliska: We use these plates with most of our patterns — their simplicity goes with almost anything, but especially our yellow pineapples!

 

Tulip Trot

Dinner Plates Pomegranate

  • Marketplace by Lenox: Tulip Trot is another pattern that makes turquoise look amazing. These watercolor ombre plates are no exception.
  • Quitidien from Nordstrom:  A simple white plate can go a long way, especially with a busy pattern as your base.
  • Creative Co-Op Plates from Nordstrom: These handpainted plates provide a really cozy feel; I like to use them for impromptu picnics.
  • Freshness from Wayfair: Simple lines against the Tulip Trot draw the eye across the table, and the gray in these brings out the pinks perfectly.
  • Spode Blue from Macy’s: A true classic, these blue beauties are great for a luncheon or a tea table setting.
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