Social media personality Tay Lautner has taken to Instagram to announce a collaboration with the homeware brand AnthroLiving, alongside actor husband Taylor Lautner who is famed for his leading role in The Twilight Saga film series.
The collaboration consists of a curation of homeware pieces from Anthropologie that the couple has carefully selected to style their home with. Whilst all the items in the edit are bringing endless amounts of interior inspiration, it's the dining pieces we're most drawn to.
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To launch the collaboration, the couple shared a video titled ‘Dinner with the Lautners’ on Instagram, shown above, which sees the two of them in the dining room of their bright and airy Los Angeles home. The dinner table is set beautifully with the couple’s favorite dining pieces from Anthropologie.
In the lighthearted video, the couple lists their essentials for hosting an excellent dinner party, which has been summarised as ‘good food, good company, and fun games’. We certainly agree with this ethos, and it’s giving us lots of inspiration to host our very own stylish dinner party.
The dining pieces shown are fairly simple and understated items, but each with unique points of interest to elevate them and add character to the table. For example, the glassware is colored in a warm amber shade, and the gold-colored flatware makes a change from the more commonly opted-for silver set. The dinner plates promote a hand-crafted style with the variation of shape and pair elegantly with the more colorful, smaller items on the table.
Choosing to upgrade your dining table and kitchenware can be a cost-effective way of altering the style of your dining space, without the need to completely transform the room. In the case of the Lautners’ home, choosing soft, feminine pieces works well set against their light-filled and understated home, pairing well with the overall laid-back style.
Jennifer Ebert, Homes & Gardens in-house color specialist and deputy editor elaborates: ‘Smaller items in the home, such as dinnerware and tablescaping pieces are a great way of injecting personal style into your home. Despite being items used every day, see them as an opportunity to experiment with color to uplift your dining space that can be swapped out over time.’
Taking inspiration from the Lautners and elevating your dining table is a great way to have fun with styling your home, and create a more memorable dining experience - whether that's for a table full of friends over the weekend, or rather a way of adding joy to the everyday.
Shop the Lautners' Anthropolgie 'home favorites'
We’ve rounded up some key items from the Lautners’ ‘home favorites’, which you can shop below.
Sold as a set of four, these glasses are hand-blown with slight variations appearing between each piece. The bright colors add a sense of fun to the dining table, whilst suitable for everyday use.
Crafted in Portugal, these dinner plates have been finished with a satin reactive glaze, with he slight variations of hand-thrown ceramics. Minimal by design, these are the perfect addition to create a pared-back dinner setting.
This twenty-piece flatware set has a satin finish for a sophisticated and refined look. Whether you use this set every day or save it for special occasions, this will bring elegance to your table.
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Emily Moorman is a News Writer at Homes & Gardens, working across a range of topics spanning interiors, celebrity and emerging trends. With a background in the fashion industry, Emily is well-versed in the world of design and trend cycles. Her undergraduate degree was in Fashion Communication and Promotion which she studied at Norwich University of The Arts, specialising in writing and digital communications.
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