Floral-print china is a timeless choice, and these springtime selections will make your meals that much happier.
We instantly fell for Villeroy & Boch's colorful and graphic Anmut Bloom porcelain dinnerware when we spotted it at a press preview. The shapes are classic—originally designed in the 1950s—and the playful pattern and poppy colors give it a modern feel. All pieces are sold as open stock, so you can mix and match floral elements with solid banded ones from the same pattern—or even use it to freshen up what you already have.
"Anmut Bloom," prices start at $19, Villeroy & Boch