Twice as nice: The top of these ceramic dinner plates is a sunny yellow, while the bottom is a fresh blue. No matter how you look at them, these dishes will deliver a refreshing pop of color.
The founder of Rice, Charlotte Hedeman Guéniau, describes the Danish company's tableware as "down-to-earth but still funky, fun, and functional." Its colorful, sleek wares will make your kitchen cabinets and your dining room table a little brighter, and they'll make every meal at least a bit more festive.
Twice as nice: The top of these ceramic
dinner plates is a cool coral hue, while the bottom is a lush aqua. No matter how you look at them, these dishes will deliver a refreshing pop of color.
With their scalloped edges and embossed motif, these
dinner plates wear their traditional influences proudly. But the vivid green color banishes any thoughts of stuffiness, and because they're made of virtually unbreakable melamine, you can use them for alfresco gatherings ...