Service With a Story
ecessity really was the mother of invention for a pair of Scarsdale moms, Michele Brettschneider and Alyson Lane. While they were Nrenovating and decorating their own abodes, they discovered a need in the local modern home décor market that they decided to fill with this fresh, new tabletop boutique. “Our focus is on bringing a modern take to anything you need for serving or entertaining,” says Lane. The carefully edited offerings include indoor and outdoor dinnerware and glassware in punchy, sun-soaked hues, plus barware, napkins and napkin rings, placemats, and serving trays by such well-regarded designers as Jars dinnerware, Juliska, and Mary Jurek. Particularly eye-catching is Jonathan Adler’s outdoor dinnerware in a turquoise-blue and chartreuse-green zebra print and the real gold and platinum porcelain serving pieces ($75-$250) by Michael Wainwright. Prices start at $15 for salad servers and currently top out at $400 for a veneered horn serving bowl from Colombia.
1495 Weaver St.