This is my daily collection of noteworthy stuff that I saw online. Today is all about having a sweet tooth and tableware.
+ I am a fan of Kenzo tableware. This is their latest table runner. Shibuyete (plum color) and Geisha in red were introduced this month at Salon Maison & Objet in Paris. They are a part of the Kenzo for Yves Delorme collection. You look at. Via Marie-Claire Maison
+ Learn to speak French while being reminded of good eating manners. The dessert dishes by Onze Dizieme draw attention to tips like Never chew with your mouth open or Never put your knife in your mouth. Via Marie-Claire Maison
+ Also introduced at Maison et Object, Ding is a reinterpretation of traditional Chinese cast iron casserole. This first item from a collection called Cultural Connections and Everyday Objects by the Office of Product Design. Via MoCo LoCo
+ I love dessert. I will tell you a secret: Harry of MoCo LoCo does too. I felt under the charms of this dessert station. Very well-executed by Lisa Vorce of Oh How Charming! with the bakeries and the treats prepared by Vanilla Bakeshop. Via Style Me Pretty
+ Apartment Therapy Chicago introduces the legendary wine goblet chandelier at Pullman in Montreal. I can testify that in person the wine glass chandelier looks cool. The Pullman is a wine bar that serves tapas. I usually go a few times a year, so you can say I like the place.