Let me first confess, I've never been out of the 'well' so to speak ~ i.e never been out of India; hence, my knowledge of authentic Italian or Chinese Dining Table layout is very limited, with most of the foreign culture and traditions being absorbed mainly from the Television box or watching a handful of movies. When it comes to Indian too, it is quite difficult to say which style is most Indian, because, India itself has so many different sub-cultures & traditions clubbed together within it. So, going by gut instinct only, and with the plethora of choices that FabFurnish offers in its site, I've arranged the following Dining setting arrangements. They maybe erroneous, but trust me, they are arranged with outmost love ;-)
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Made of Solid Wood material ( Rubber Wood ), the elegant Walnut coloured Dinning table set with its Beige coloured upholstery ( made of Premium Fabric ), instantly won my heart for its uber-cool design. Handcrafted, this expertly designed exquisite set is perfect for the perfect dining experience. Chestnut coloured, with multiple drawers, wine holders, cabinets and shelves, the sturdy compact designed bar cabinet with ample storage is just the right choice. The dinner ware and crockery set along with the beautiful floral paper napkins does give an European/Italian feel to it. I'm so ready for my delicious pizza and pasta meals served in this dining setting.
When I think Chinese, I think 'compactness' in its design and 'red' as its prime colour. So, for dining table I chose the compact one, and for dinner ware and tea set I kept shades of red/maroon. Knowing the love, oriental people has for tea ( of all kinds ), I've added a portable kitchen cart too, that can be used beyond this dining setting ~ say outside/in the porch etc. All the furniture & utensils are durable+long lasting. So, all the delicious chinese hakka noodles, spicy manchurian soups & starters etc be ready - here I come :-)
Colourful and full of contrast, that is India. I've gone ahead and chosen quite a mix-match of different ethnic as well as modern contemporary dining sets, keeping the base i.e dining table itself quite sombre. The tea sets instantly grabbed my attention and how! It'll instantly transport you too, to the deep traditions of India; along with the bright golden-worked paan or nuts server bowl sets served in the table mats that are equally arty ~ so Indian. The dinner ware is kept with 'royalty' in mind, of which India had no dearth of, in its hay days. And Indian food ~ we have no dearth of variety in it too, right? India is home to so many different delicacies, that this dining-set alone will not be enough to cater them all. We'll need to add hundreds if not thousands of dining settings to do proper justice to cuisines from all the corners of India. Such is the yummilicious variety that India offers \m/ Someone please start serving, my mouth is watering already, and I can barely wait ;-)
Do go through all the links above to grab them, as they're getting 'sold out' fast. Thanks a lot PioneerChef & FabFurnish for this amazing fun activity. Enjoyed it thoroughly :-)
This post is a part of The PioneerChef Blogger contest by PioneerChef and FabFurnish
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