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The digital world has officially taken over. Not only are we obsessed with scrolling through our Instagram feed for decorating inspo (yes, we are #sodomino) but we’re also nostalgic for the original digital days when after-school hangs meant a game of Ms. Pac-Man. Retro arcade games inspired the new Domino by Lenox Technic Collection in gradient blues, electric citron, and pale (millennial) pinks.

Designed with the modern millennial entertainer in mind, pieces from the Technic collection stand out on a table solo, but are even more striking when they’re layered together for a dinner party or casual brunch.

We love pairing these eye-catching designs with an abstract or floral tablecloth, but minimalists will love it set against a stark white linen too.

Start With a Splash

When you layer your table, pick a runner or tablecloth in a big, bold print. In order to keep it from feeling too loud, make sure the design is in a solid hue so you can add more color as you bring in your plates and servingware.

Triple Threat

If you want to up your table setting technique, introduce several hues at once in place of a matching set. We love simultaneously using a few warm and cool tones in the form of a deep cobalt blue and soft peach, which provide a gorgeous contrast when layered together.

Pattern Play

Unite another motif by introducing one that’s more streamlined. Here, our pixelated stripes are a futuristic contrast to the folk art runner. If you’re using two competing patterns on a table, just make sure one skews softer and keep them in a similar palette.

Grocery Bounty

You don’t need to go farther than your local grocery store for the finishing touches. Shop by color in the produce aisle and pick pretty (and tasty) assortments to use as decorative, edible elements. Break up a bouquet and line single stems in juice cups and serve up fruit that delivers a strong visual impact.

Shop the Domino by Lenox Technic Collection for Bloomingdales here!