West Elm Puts Some Spring Into Dinnerware

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West Elm's Organic Porcelain Dinnerware in light rose.

West Elm is using the arrival of spring to bloom a host of new dinnerware collections that are offered in a variety of eye-catching colors.

Touting the change in season as a chance for a refresh, the home specialty retailer is providing consumers the opportunity to choose the color of their liking as a way to enhance celebrations in their homes. 

Check out our favorites from West Elm below.


The edges of the dinnerware are lightly stretched to form organic shapes that are not perfectly rounded. The simple result allows the set to be used for everyday use. Made in Indonesia the set of 16 includes 4 dinner plates, 4 salad plates, 4 cereal bowls and 4 low bowls. The collection is offered in light rose, ivory, frost gray, koala, true blue and metallic rimmed. 

The Cafe cereal bowls offer a design that harkens back to a 90s cafe. Sold as a set of four and made of stoneware, the bowls are offered in cobalt blue, speckled white, yellow and lake and have a capacity of 20-fluid ounces. 

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Cafe cereal bowls.

Made in Portugal from stoneware, the Pacifica collection’s traditional design has been given a modern makeover thanks to a minimalist finish. Offered in seed gray, the line includes a dinner plate, salad plate, cereal bowl and pasta bowl.

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Pacifica dinnerware collection.

Made from BPA-free melamine, the collection is suitable for outdoor use. Offered in blue, charcoal and white, the dinnerware is sold as a set of 6 and the platters are sold as a set of 2. Products in the line include a 6.5-inch tilt bowl, 8.5-inch tilt bowl, 7-inch coupe round plate, 9-inch couple round plate and 11-inch couple round plate.

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The Fortessa Camp melamine collection.