#CelebrateVB For a Chance to Win

This holiday season Villeroy & Boch invited four well-known food, fashion and interior design bloggers from around the world to show us their most festive get-together (with the help of our quality dinnerware, of course!).

Their tablescapes were absolutely stunning, and we want to see more! So, we are challenging you to also show us how you celebrate the festive season by posting your own party pictures on Instagram using the hashtag #celebratevb for a chance to win a set of dinnerware from Villeroy & Boch.

To insopire your festive tables, take a look at the lovely celebrations held around the world with V&B:

USA

A pasta party with a skyline backdrop

The Americans from the blog “Bitches who Brunch” threw an intimate rooftop party in New York City. They took advantage of the last days of the year before winter sets in to get together for an evening of delicious pasta and good wine (and plenty of laughs and conversation along the way). The sleek, modern Pasta Passion collection perfectly suited the urban atmosphere.

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Europe

East elegantly meets West in Germany

The German blogger and fashion entrepreneur Lena Terlutter hosted a relaxed evening with an elegant table. The Asian-inspired Samarkand collection added a graceful, regal quality, and Lanson champagne was served in glasses from the Grand Royal line — for an effortlessly elegant mesh of cultures.

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Pizza in Paris

Sophie Trem, from “The Other Art of Living,” enjoyed a meal with her French family and Villeroy & Boch’s Pizza Passion line. Her small-but-charming Parisian apartment was a perfectly cosy setting for a fun family evening in the European metropolis: stylishly unpretentious and oh-so chic.

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Japan

A picnic with a quirky twist

The Japanese blogger Ebony Bizys, from “Hello Sandwich,” took us to the colourfully unconventional world of Japan, with a picnic on the floor of her flat. Vibrant hues throughout added plenty of personality to the upbeat, fun evening. This is what a Japanese Christmas with friends could look like: stylish and unique.

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To learn more please visit our campaign website:

www.villeroyboch.com/celebrateVB

Good luck, and here’s to a festive holiday season for all!

3 Ways to Set a Beautiful Holiday Table

Our friends at Kitchen Stories  came up with three unique ways to set a beautiful holiday table (using some of our favorite Villeroy & Boch dinnerware!). Check it out and be inspired to set gorgeous holiday tablescapes of your own:

RP16_04_81_TableSettings_all3 EN from Kitchen Stories on Vimeo.

 

 

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Give Your Holiday Table a Fresh Look with Casale Blue

Article By Stephen Milioti
Villeroy & Boch Casale Blu

“The holidays hold so much meaning for so many people,” says Isabelle von Boch. “But beyond that, the holiday season — especially Thanksgiving — has become one of those rare times when entire families sit around a table for an extended period of time to enjoy a meal.”

Because it’s a rare moment for people to slow down, set their phones aside (hopefully) and enjoy time together, the table has to be memorable. And this year, Villeroy & Boch has reimagined the holiday table’s traditional aesthetic in a cooler set of hues. “It’ll make you look at the holidays in a different way, with fresh eyes,” says von Boch, the company’s brand ambassador and an eighth-generation member of its founding family.

Enter Casale Blu

Casale BlueEnter Casale Blu: defined by saturated-yet-subtle blue tones, it evokes the graphic decorative style of traditional Italian ceramics (specifically, those practiced in the Umbrian town of Deruta since the 12th century). But, as with so many Villeroy & Boch lines, this style, while historically relevant, is made contemporary enough to fit perfectly into any table or décor style. And we’d like to present it as the basis for not only the Thanksgiving table this year, but the rest of the festive season, including Christmas or Hanukkah.

“I’m always fond of formalizing the casual, and casualizing the formal,” says von Boch. And, ironically, Casale Blu will do both for the holiday table: Its bowls and plates, with their eye-catching color and graphic details, add European flair to any space you grace them with.

When it comes to setting your table with Casale Blu, von Boch’s advice, as always, is to mix and match within the collection. And this collection makes that very easy (and fun) to do. The primary blue color is peppered with accents of yellow or green in four distinct patterns. Mix plates, bowls, cups, and more in different patterns, even within settings, and you’ll evoke the Italian way of life — aesthetically beautiful yet effortlessly laid-back.

Into this “perfectly mismatched” look, add some bold blue or green glass accents (like the Verso vase, in the bold “Caribbean Sea” color). Beyond that, von Boch recommends introducing natural elements into the mix, for a richly textured, undeniably autumnal look and feel. Woven jute or sisal placemats, wooden serving bowls and utensils (like an acacia plate or salad servers from the Artesano Original line), and even stone accents will bring nature in, adding a relaxed tone to this inspired, global look. The result: a setting in which you’ll want to linger for hours, making memories — and setting some new holiday traditions.