Inspired by Timothy Corrigan's love of French gardens, the celebrated designer lends his design philosophy of comfortable elegance to this collaboration with Nicolette Mayer, admired for her unique style, and fresh, modern approach to tabletop, wallpaper and fabric. 

The collection debuts six placemat designs, along with coordinating napkins and coasters. Designs include treillage and topiary motifs, some coordinating with Timothy's “Jardin Français” porcelain dinnerware collection for Royal Limoges, the oldest existing porcelain factory in France. 

 “The range of designs in the new collection work for every-day use up through formal dining. It’s important for people to come to understand that you don’t need to make a trade-off between elegance and every-day practicality,” says Timothy Corrigan. “My book, The New Elegance, echoes this mantra of luxurious livability, because, that is what it means to live elegantly today.”

The pebbled vinyl placemats are able to stand up to everyday entertaining without sacrificing great design, making them uniquely suited for both formal and informal occasions. The napkins are a fine linen-cotton blend, and the entire collection is easily cleaned and maintained. Beveled acrylic trays include small vanity trays to extra-large trays for cocktails, crystal and barware.

Timothy Corrigan for Nicolette Mayer is available at Nicolette Mayer and through fine retailers and department stores including Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue, and through interior designers and showrooms.