Modern Rustic Passover Inspiration

Ever since I shared my Shabbat table a couple of weeks ago I realized that I desperately need some new tableware for my redesigned dining room.  I did know that when I redesigned my dining room way back when it was going to need a new look, but I put it off because I’ve been so busy with the blog and developing my product line. What better occasion than Passover to take some time and spruce things up?! Here is what I’m thinking:

Modern Rustic Passover Inspiration | Chai & Home


The Numi candle holders I already have and year after year they look great in almost every setting. The brown Restoration Hardware dinnerware I have just isn’t in the right tonal range as the table so I think these grey dishes from Pottery Barn are better. I already have some forged iron cutlery so a check in that box, but how about those IKEA napkins? A perfect natural look for the table and cheap as chips too. Instead of flowers I’m loving these cotton stems and I think they never die so that’s a bonus. For Passover my WordPlay Dining Papers can cover my Haggadah and how about that gorgeous seder plate from Denebeim Studios? I read about it last year on Jewish Latin Princess. Here’s the hard part: my papers are sold out and the studio seems offline. That’s a bit of a spanner in the works.


ONE / Numi Candleholders by CB2

TWO /Joshua Buffet Plate from Pottery Barn

THREE / Vardagen Napkin from IKEA

FOUR / Net Carbon Placemats from CB2

FIVE / Cambridge® Silversmiths Julie 5-Piece Flatware Place Setting in Black from Bed, Bath and Beyond

SIX / Wood and Copper Seder Plate from Denebeim Studios.

SEVEN / Dried Cotton Stem from Terrain

EIGHT / Passover WordPlay Dining Papers from Chai & Home

NINE / Black Organic Rimmed Dinner Plates from World Market



  • NO matter what my table setting (i tend to white and green…..) I make sure to have these on my table. They are inexpensive , and available in almost every upscale toy shop…. Ancient Egypt Toob Toys. They set just the right tone, and everyone LOVES them. I have them from when my boys were small, and we love having them out each and every year, next to the seder plate that belonged to my great grandmother which she bought in Carlsbad Hungary on the only vacation she ever took in her life. Frog motifs… can be woven in the decor in the witty and /or elegant ways…. in so many forms….) Happy Pesach everyone!

  • Lindt makes Mini Frogs. Milk chocolates with Hazelnut and Crisp filling. The chocolates are wrapped in the sweetest green foil with frog eyes! I doubt they were designed for Passover but I am happy to add them to my Seder table! Happy Chag everyone!!

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