Pasta bowls are a thing now. Flag bearers of a new foodie revolution, they’ve turned the traditional table upside down. Every bride we register wants pasta bowls. And it’s not just at Tailored Home – every major retailer across the globe has reported a significant rise in sales of pasta bowls. They’ve begun to surpass even dinner plates in overall demand, with new designs in pasta bowls, coupes (that’s a sort of plate-bowl hybrid), and ‘bistro bowls’ cropping up everywhere you look.
“If I could, I’d eat everything out of a bowl.” – Nigella Lawson
In design, we continue to see a trend toward simplicity.
Bedrooms are completely cleared of daily living. Bureaus are only in the rooms when absolutely necessary. Chaises are having a comeback. Bedrooms are temples of unwinding and unplugging. Kitchens are sleek, closed-cabinet rooms belying nary a clue about who uses them. Gone are the days of the Julia Childs all tools-at-the-ready kitchen. Counters are empty ready for a meal to be staged and just as quickly put away.