A La Table for Valentine's Day by Maison Margaux
The luxury tableware company offer classy gift box for couples to celebrate at home
We may not be able to venture out for a romantic Valentine’s Day celebration, but we can make a (fancy) meal of it at home, thanks to luxury tableware company, Maison Margaux. The go-to brand for fashionistas, including Millie Mackintosh, Rosanna Falconer and Fiona Leahy, has created a specially-themed gift box for two appropriately called PS I Love You, for all those stylish starry-eyed lovers out there.
You can choose from either the pink gift box, which includes two pink swirl wicker placemats with two matching dessert plates, two bobble water glasses and a pair of elegant twist candles (price £190) or the blush rose box, containing two Oscar de la Renta dessert plates and vintage wine glasses (£225). The bespoke sets will be hand-delivered along with a signature arrangement of 25 roses or tulips (included in the price) from luxury flower delivery brand FLOWERBX.
The Valentine’s Day boxes are the first in a series of beautifully-curated themed gift offerings for two to four people, designed around a theme or calendar event and aimed at inspiring memorable dining moments at home – after all, if we’re compelled to eat at home, why not make it as classy and fun as possible!
You’ll be able to spice up your table settings with collections including The Big Night In, The Easter Picnic, The Mother’s Day Breakfast Tray, A Night in With The Kids (brave!) and the romantic-sounding Dinner for Two.
Says founder Louisa Preskett: “Our aim is to create a great gifting experience which lasts beyond the day, as the boxes help the giver to create a beautiful but easy tablescape which can be recreated for future moments of joy – something especially poignant when we are all dining at home and looking for ways of making meals together extra special.”
Maison Margaux is all about encouraging people to enhance what they already own by offering original dining table accessories – ranging from vases to shot glasses – designed to integrate into existing tableware collections and which are available to rent or to buy.