Last year we discovered the allure of the flatware pouch (see
The Thanksgiving Table Reimagined, via an LA Artisan), and lately we’ve been spotting more examples in canvas, leather, and a couple that are integrated into placemats. Here’s a roundup of six we’re liking.
Above: The RTH Silverware Holder in brown leather (it’s also available in black) is $50 at March. For more, see our post The Thanksgiving Table Reimagined, via an LA Artisan. Above: A set of two Washed Linen Cutlery Pockets from Linen Tales is €23.80 (about $28). Above: Crisp cotton Denim Placemats with stitched cutlery pockets are currently on sale for $22.49 for a set of four at Nordstrom. Above: A Cutlery Pocket made of vegetable-tanned leather and brass buttons holds silverware and a napkin; 480 DKK (about $75) from MO Denmark. For more from the designers, see our post Vegetable-Tanned Leather Goods from MO Denmark. Above: The Denim Flatware Place Setting takes the idea of a knife roll and applies it to the tabletop; $76 for a set of four at Food52. Above: A Cutlery Pouch made of cotton canvas from Diegos fits a fork and knife; $6 at Espadrille Store.
For more tabletop styling ideas, see our posts:
N.B.: This post is an update. It originally ran on November 22, 2016, as part of our
Harvest Table week.