There are so many different color options to choose from when it comes to setting your table that sometimes it can be hard to know where to start. Wading through so many china options can also be hard if you just want your table setting to look good but don’t have any strict preferences for its appearance. In situations like this, it can be a good idea to just take a look at some different patterns and see if anything sticks out to you.
Villeroy & Boch Albertina is a good choice if you like warm and colorful florals with a slight delicacy to them. Lenox Rutledge can get a plant-like vibe going too, but in a deeper and bolder color palette. Wedgwood Agincourt Green really brings a gorgeous shade of green to your table with just subtle tiny hints of other colors woven into the design. For a European look, you could always try the beautifully blue Royal Copenhagen Tranquebar Blue.
Plus, if you are worried about possibly having too much color on your table, just go for a simple and clear set of crystal, like Waterford Sheila.