La Vie Boho: Tableware For Springtime Dining

La Vie Boho Collection; Photo: Rosanna Inc.

Rosanna melds five classic styles for their botanically influenced collection.

Cherry blossoms and tulips are a thoughtful symbol of spring in Seattle — a time dedicated to renewal, rebirth and revitalization for our rainy region. Even though spring does not feel as though it has fully arrived just yet, the botanical evidence is blooming all around us.

La Vie Boho Collection; Photo: Rosanna Inc.

Rosanna, a northwestern tableware design company, has fused the images of spring with the essence of modernity. The 2011 collection La Vie Boho, is a combination of style from the Victorian, Baroque, East Indian Imperial and 60’s Mod eras — with a little 70’s wallpaper thrown in for good measure. The elegant floral designs enliven the collection to create a bouquet of feminine beauty.

Rosanna Inc. is the brainchild of Rosanna Bowles, and was helped along by her love of art history and Italian design. These deeply rooted passions have allowed the company to grow company both internationally and domestically, transforming Rosanna into a lifestyle expert. Rosanna Inc. products have appeared in Rachel Ray, Sunset, Vogue, Elle, O Magazine and the New York Times, among many other publications.

Bowles is also a published author. Her cookbook, Coming Home: A Seasonal Guide to Creating Family Traditions, was photographed by Jon Granen and published in 2010 by Abrams, Harry N., Inc.