Ever since Masseria Moroseta opened last spring, we’ve been following their Instagram account for doses of design inspiration and the Italian countryside. The 12-acre
masseria in Ostuni, Italy, is designed by architect Andrew Trotter for his friend Carlo Lanzini. (See more of the property in A Modern Masseria in Puglia with Traditional Influences.)
Breakfast at Masseria Moroseta is sourced locally and served on ceramic splatterware by two local ceramic artist brothers. We like the table setting so much that we’ve dissected the look, sourcing dishes from both the States and Puglia, table linens, and glassware from a classic Italian company.
Above: Photograph by Renée Kemps on Instagram from Masseria Moroseta. Above: Instead of using a single table runner down the length of the table, Masseria Moroseta used four short runners laid across the width of the table for place settings. Photograph by Renée Kemps on Instagram from Masseria Moroseta. Furniture Above: Italy-based German designer Katrin Arens makes the Altopiano Dining Table; contact Katrin Arens for more information. Above: The Katrin Arens Sgabello e Panca Tiquadro is available as a stool or a bench; contact Katrin Arens for more information.
Tabletop Above: A Green on Green 18-Inch Splatterware Serving Bowl is one of the many splatterware pieces from Puglia available at March; $240. For more, see our post New Serving: Splatterware Ceramics from Italy. Above: Green on Green Splatterware Plates from Puglia; $35 to $100 at March.
Above: A Hand-Painted Ceramic Plate from brothers Antonio and Nicola Fasano of Fasano Ceramiche in Puglia, Italy. Contact for catalogue and shipping information. Above: The Il Buco Speckleware Deep Serving Bowl is made in Italy for New York brand Il Buco Vita; $225 from Nickey Kehoe. Above: From Italian brand Bormioli Rocco, the 300ml Bistrot Jug is made of the same strong, high-quality glass since 1825; $5.30 at Red Mart. You can source one of the Bormioli large carafes, the Kufra Pitcher, for $8.99 at Bed, Bath, & Beyond. Above: A Remodelista favorite, the Spanish Wine Glasses are $8 each at Spartan. Above: Vintage Silver-Plated French Flatware in sets of four forks, knives, tablespoons, or teaspoons, is available for $60 to $68 per set at Food52. Above: For storing pantry provisions, the Bormioli Rocco Fido Round Storage Jars are $11.99 for a set of two on Amazon. Above: The Natural Linen Napkin from Fog Linen Work; $24 NZD ($17 USD) each at Father Rabbit in New Zealand. It’s also available at Fog Linen’s online shop for $14 each. Above: A similar tablecloth to the thin-striped table runners on the table in Puglia is the Fog Linen Work Striped Linen Tablecloth; $88 at Loit. Also available are Striped Linen Place Mats; $14 each.
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