You Can Now Buy Domino-Designed Dinnerware at Anthropologie
Our latest collection features a punchy pink-and-white pattern.
Published Sep 1, 2018 5:00 AM
Just in time for fall entertaining, Domino by Lenox, the Gradience collection exclusively for Anthropologie is now available for sale. Consisting of eight tabletop essentials, the line features a pink, red, and white palette inspired by some of our favorite florals, from deep crimson dahlias to blush-hued ranunculus. A mix of artful patterns, including simple lines and a circular ombre, add a hand-painted feel to the pieces, which will elevate any meal, be it a special Sunday brunch or a casual weeknight dinner.
The line is one of three that Domino designed in partnership with Lenox. In addition to Gradiance, there’s Optique, a punchy design inspired by the grid shape of digital pixelation that’s available nationwide, and Technic, a vintage-inspired pattern that pays homage to retro arcade games with pinks, blues, and neon yellow that will be available exclusively at Bloomingdales later this month.
The through-line in each of the collections is the art of ombre. “Everyone loves an ombre,” says Domino style director Kate Berry, “whether it’s ombre tomatoes or ombre flowers.” The three distinct patterns each interpret the gradual blending of colors in a fresh, sophisticated way.
Shop the whole Gradience collection below, and see more details on Anthropologie.