Now Trending: Perfect Platter

Trying to channel your inner Martha Stewart? If you haven’t managed to find your way around the kitchen, rest assured that you can still pull off a presentation worthy of a magazine centerfold with platters that make even the potato chip look classy.


Photo by Laura petrilla

 

Whether for a backyard barbecue or Sunday brunch with the in-laws, food always comes dressed to impress when it’s been properly accessorized.
 

1. Fish tray ($26) by Francine Zajac of Earth Tones Pottery glazed with wood ash, from The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh

2. “Leafy white” platter with chip-and-dip cup ($20), from Mustard & Relics (vintage ware)

3. Floral ceramic tray with handles and three cups ($150) by Karen McKee of Robyn’s Nest Pottery, from The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh

4. Mid-century floral print serving platter by W.S. George ($13), from Mustard & Relics (vintage ware)

5. Mod concentric circles platter ($78) by Blake Anthony of Pittsburgh Pottery, from The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh

The stores
The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh, 1635 McFarland Road, Mt. Lebanon; 412/341-2299, artsmithspgh.com
Mustard & Relics, 3596 Brighton Road, Brighton Heights; 412/545-3386, mustardandrelics.com
 

 

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