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Like all Homer Laughlin dinnerware, Terrace combines durability with beauty.

Homer Laughlin Introduces Lively and Colorful Terrace

September 13, 2018 Industry News

Think spring any time of year with the new Terrace line from The Homer Laughlin China Company. Named for the lovely patios that welcome friends to gather outdoors, Terrace is available in four lively colors evocative of sunny weather: citrus, aqua, gray, and pink. Each shade is a lighter cousin to a color currently found in Homer Laughlin’s Fiesta collection.

The newest line in Homer Laughlin’s classic Ivory Body collection, Terrace owes its distinctive and charming scalloped edges to the much-loved Carolyn shape. But its garden-party-inspired colors speak for themselves. Each hue is perfect for serving al fresco or for bringing some of the brightness of the outdoors inside any time of year.

Picture the colors of Terrace for a light summer salad, an assortment of scones and tea cakes, or a satisfying bowl of pasta primavera. They’re also the perfect way to curate the “eclectic tabletop” style of mix-and-match table settings. Buy a few pieces and intersperse them with your usual ware, mix with one of Homer Laughlin’s beautiful patterns, or use them to highlight specific dishes and specialties that are complemented by the fun, brighter hues.

Like all Homer Laughlin dinnerware, Terrace combines durability with beauty. Create your color palette with a choice of four versatile plates ranging in size from 6-1/4" to 10-5/8"; two sizes of platters; pasta, soup, and fruit bowls; and a 10-oz. mug.

“These light, fun colors can add real pop to a tabletop,” says Katie Bricker, foodservice and general marketing manager for HLC. “Depending on how they are used, the springlike shades of Terrace dinnerware can bring many moods to a meal, from breezy informality to an air of sophistication.”

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