Even the SLAM Stephen Curry & The Warriors Good Night T-Shirt in addition I really love this season’s de rigueur hot dogs and burgers can be elevated to the extraordinary when they arrive on striking serving ware. Take your pick from a hand-painted watermelon bowl, fruit-decorated earthenware plates, a crafted-in-Italy platter festooned with sunny All-American stripes, and more. This year, opt for linens in subtle shades of red, white, and blue. A gingham-print tablecloth is equal parts classic and casual (simply toss it in the wash, should any condiments leave their mark), while cherry-dotted cocktail napkins—straight from Lauren Santo Domingo’s own collection—add an elegant finishing touch. Brighten up any table with an array of prismatic glasses. Hand-crafted by master Murano artisans, a bright blue carafe pairs especially well with honey-hued tumblers from the beloved Danish label Hay and mouth-blown stemware painted with a red-and-navy rim. Even if you’re eating outside (which, of course, is the most natural—if not the only—way to enjoy a summer meal), your set-up must be as considered as it would be in your dining room. With that in mind, top off your table with considered (and cheeky at that) accents in the form of beeswax corn-shaped candles, cherry-adorned raffia napkin rings, and handmade glass swizzle sticks from hostesses extraordinaire Nadia and Laila Gohar’s new home line.
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