Exhibition of interior decoration
10 - 13 October 2018 • Moscow, Crocus Expo, Pavillion 2, Hall 9

Be in colour – be in trend. Salient trends of professional serving for HoReCa

It is interesting to keep an eye on fashion, including the fashion for dishware and kitchen accessories. After all, this is what we see every day, when we have lunch in a cafe, restaurant or in our own kitchen. Utility of dishware takes a back seat. Design of plates, dishes, sauce dishes, cups and glasses caters our mood and appetite, and gives pleasant emotions.
Be in colour – be in trend. Salient trends of professional serving for HoReCa
Knowledge of general design trends makes it easy for an expert in dishware for HoReCa design to guess the trend on the peak of popularity for the next season. 

White porcelain dishware is the classic of restaurant business. However, one of the key modern trends is getting rid of traditional white dishware and porcelain. The dishware is aiming to brightness and variety of colours. However, if a HoReCa enterprise opts to be “in white” ( high class restaurants consider it as a law) and its time to replenish dishware and utensils, we would like to suggest you to pay attention to table porcelain by Villeroy & Boch, Eva Solo, Kahla, Royal Crown Derby, Falkenporzellan, Churchill, Bonna, Narumi, Wilmax, which were presented at Ambiente 2017 and arouse much interest of visitors.


Porcelain is an expensive material, and not all can afford to buy sets. The Zenix is a worthy alternative. This material is produced of mineral raw materials at high temperatures and is reinforced by aluminium. Goods of Zenix combine flawless appearance and have perfectly smooth surface. To get proofs, it enough to have a look at collection Intensity and Tendency of Zenix by French ARC International. Intensity is featured by classic respected design, wide sides and pleasant creamy shade. Tendency has lily petal shapes will be favoured by classic establishments opting to modern design. The professionals suggest the restaurants and cafes of medium price segment preferring white dishware to buy collections of white opal glass. Thus, for example the new series Romantic by Norma with exquisite plaited sides and wavy edges.


The inexpensive establishments feel free to accept changes and trends. The colour is current trend. Last year saw rise of the trend of coloured dishware in muted or dusty, or bright exuberant colours. This season the above trend is gaining momentum is expected to be long-living.
Looking at the new collection of dishware, one understands that this is an active response of producers to Pantone appeal, which declared the 2017 as the year of the young greenery colour. Event traditional manufacturers of white dishware decided to experiment with colours. Thus, Seltmann Weiden offered series of porcelain dishware Country Life in green, yellow and terracotta shades. The collection comprises sideless plates, salad bowls of various sizes, large oval dishes, cups for tea and coffee, teapots, sugar bowls. This set will be ideal for restaurant in rustic style.

The new collection Colourful Life by Villeroy&Boch comprises elements of various colours grouped by seasons: Green Apple, Lemon Pie, Berry Fantasy, Natural Cotton, Winter Sky and Cosy Gray. Such multicolour collection makes its easy to the energize the table decor and make it authentically creative.

The professional dishware line by Bonne famous for its ivory porcelain, also comprises multicolour series Aura. Plates, dishes, cups and other items included in the collection are presented in olive, turquoise, red-terracotta shades. Brown “crumbles” in the form of grains of ground coffee are used to decorate other items in the collections by Bonna, and look exquisitely in coloured dishware. The decoration is put under glazier, which ensures the intensity and long-lasting brightness of colour.
Vintage is one more salient trend of table decoration. The new collections by Leonardo and Libbey filled with cocktail glasses New York by Arc International, recalls to the crystal massive glassware carefully stored in the "walls" in the 80s. of the last century as a sign of prosperity. There is nothing surprising. The fashion is cyclical, and relief decorated crystal is regaining its popularity. 

Pintinox one of the trend setters in dishware has aimed at vintage items production. The company uses technology of deep surface treatment, which provides the stainless steel appliances with vintage appearance, and laser engraving enhances this effect. 

Notable trend in professional table setting is the use of designer dishware manufactured in small series and stand out with an unusual design. Such items are real treasure for any HoReCa establishment and are rare. However, this is the key sense of professional b2b exhibitions. 

To learn more details of the HoReCa novelties, to introduce your own products and services as well as to establish new business contacts, please visit the InDecor Moscow exhibition at Crocus Expo.
InDecor Moscow will be held on October 11 - 13, 2017
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