Four Of-the-Moment Table Ideas for the Holidays and Beyond!

Domino editors mix it up with the Replacements incredible collection of 11 million tabletop pieces.

In Partnership with Caesarstone

Black Vignette

photography by Keith Isaacs


Our motto for the holiday season? More is more—especially when it comes to your tabletop. To get inspired for our holiday look, we headed to the North Carolina headquarters of Replacements Ltd., where a massive warehouse holds a treasure trove of unique vintage and current dinnerware in more than 425,000 patterns. We pulled favorite pieces from Richard Ginori, Royal Copenhagen, Spode, Hermes, Wedgwood, Meissen, and more to create four distinctive looks based on trends we're loving right now.

Animal Style
For a seriously expressive holiday table, mix maximal prints that will turn any party into a chic animal house.

Shop Domino's favorite animal patterns for an added bold statement.

Blue Vignette

photography by Keith Isaacs


True Blue
We are always looking for new ways to play with everyone’s favorite color combo. Delft blue feels modern and graphic when layered with smaller scale patterns.

Never go out of style with Domino's picks for classic blue and white patterns.

Black and Gold Vignette

photography by Keith Isaacs


Heavy Metal
Mixed metals are perfect and festive for the entire holiday season. We’re inspired to mix metallics from Thanksgiving through Valentine’s Day. Differing shapes and subtle patterns make for a dynamic party and a bright New Year’s vibe! 

Shop Domino's picks for fun metallic mixes.

Black and Pink Vignette

photography by Keith Isaacs


Pretty in Pink
Make vintage patterns fresh in bold bubblegum shades that soften to deeper pink hues. Add in transparent pieces to amp up your ombré.

Shop on-trend pink patterns curated by Domino.

Shop the Replacements Ltd. full collection now.

Published on November 21, 2017 - 5:00am EST

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