When you hear the name Diptyque, what comes to mind? Most likely luxurious fragrances and candles favored by the likes of Beyoncé (she’s a fan of the vanilla scent) and Victoria Beckham (catch her lighting the fig tree option). But the luxury brand actually got its start in home goods. Diptyque’s first-ever retail store in Paris offered artisanal decorative objects, textiles, and gifts from all over the world. Now the company is celebrating its 60-year anniversary by going back to its roots with a new home collection as elegant as its signature scents.
The line, called Entertaining Geometry, includes porcelain tableware, Murano glassware, vases, trays, and candle accessories in a neutral palette (so they go with everything), but with bold geometric patterns (no blah basics here). The best part? The pieces won’t break the bank. Some of our favorites, like the kaleidoscope-esque coasters and marble incense stands, are under $50, which makes them the perfect addition to your next (virtual) dinner party. Shop our favorites, below. Odds are, Beyoncé is, too.
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