Bright Whites

An ode to white dishware and where to find it locally.

White dishware is not only timeless, but it can also be used for every season; just swap out linens for different looks!  

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Styling by Samantha Labrecque | Photo by Meaghan Susi

Clockwise from top left: Gold spoons, $7, Stock Culinary Goods, Providence, stockculinarygoods.com. Ironstone pitcher, $12, Cerulean, Warren, ceruleanri.com. Cake stand, $16, Wickford Gourmet Factory Outlet, North Kingstown. Ironstone bowls, $3, Cerulean. Ironstone dessert plate, $2, Cerulean. Mason Cash bowl, $28, Stock Culinary Goods. Ironstone dinner plate, $3, Cerulean. Pinot Grigio, $16, Gooseneck Vineyards, North Kingstown, gooseneckvineyards.com.  

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Styling by Samantha Labrecque | Photo by Meaghan Susi

 

Left to right: Ironstone dinner plate, $3, Cerulean. Striped apron, $35, Stock Culinary Goods. Ironstone dessert plate, $2, Cerulean. White mug, $2.50, Wickford Gourmet Factory Outlet. Le Cruset stoneware, $24, Stock Culinary Goods. White ramekins, $3.95, Wickford Gourmet Factory Outlet. Mason Cash plate, $6, and gold spoons, $7, Stock Culinary Goods.