Setting The Table With Plat du Jour

June 7, 2016

By Tab Byrum


I grew up using placemats on the kitchen and dining table and it’s something I still do today in my own home. Placemats are great because they keep the table from getting scratched, catch spills or drips off the plate and I like how they “define” your space at the table. I have seen paper placemats around for quite a while but decided to do a post on them after seeing some of the latest designs from Plat du Jour. Plat du Jour says they have “fresh, modern, and iconic designs for the table,” with the designs ranging from elegant mats done in antique china patterns to ones decorated with simple black silhouettes. Plat du Jour placemats are perfect for however many people you’re feeding or entertaining and when you’re done just gather them up and toss them in the recycling bin, Plat du Jour also has selections in matching cups, trays, place cards, and napkins but we’ll save those for another day. Check out some of the awesome designs here and visit the Plat du Jour website to see all their offerings, Enjoy!!!  


Bon Appetit works year round. 


The Bird in Sepia will be gorgeous this Thanksgiving, especially mixed with Spode’s Woodland pattern. 


Black and white is always an easy and elegant choice. 


Perfect for any beach house, beach themed party or a seafood dinner party. 


Turquoise-Fish Scales is a great pattern with an art deco look, beautiful with these floral dishes.


I have a client who loves flamingos, she might need some of the Peony Flamingos to mix with her MacKenzie-Childs. 


Under the Blue Willow plates is Seafan in rouge, wouldn’t this be a fun spin on a Fourth of July table?


The Peony Happy Birthday will make someone’s special day extra special. 


Love the yellow Koi, truly a goldfish. 


The Citron Fern is a beautiful and simple pattern. 

Check back with us later this morning when we take a look at Eats For Dad, great food gifts for Father’s Day. 

Words are my own.
Images are courtesy of
Plat du Jour.

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