Netflix’s hit, Selling Sunset, follows the alluring real estate agents of the Oppenheim Group as they sell multi-million dollar properties.
While the main appeal of the show is the peak into how the rich and beautiful live and reside, what keeps people watching is the interpersonal relationships between the agents and the drama that arises – most of which takes place outside of the office.
With Season 3 having been released at the beginning of this month, fans around the world watched again as the girls dished their drama in new restaurants and coffee spots.
Here is a list of our favourite crockery, glassware, and more from this season of Selling Sunset:
Season 3 Episode 1 gave everyone envy as the girls were given a purple flaming cocktail adorned with multicoloured flowers. Served in a glass similar to our Deco Hiball and our Timeless Vintage glass and sprinkled with cinnamon on top to give the flame a sparker-esk appearance, this is one drink even the girls would cheers to.
The drinks weren’t the only thing that caught our eye at Christine’s birthday get together, the food presentation left us with in awe. The matte design of Degrenne’s Bahia collection offers a great contrast against the delicate flower and thinly cut beets.
Another great juxtaposition from the food presentation this episode was the chucky stone texture and colour of the salad bowl and the green and red colours of the dish. We know what bowl we’ll be reaching for for our next salad!
Even the cutlery was well thought of at this restaurant with them going with the beautifully designed Steelite Alison range. The beautiful mirrored hammered pattern of the Allison really caught the light and stood out in the scene.
Continuing on with Season 3, Jason and Brett’s Friendsgiving in Episode 4 showcased the amazing presentation that can be done while at a catered event. The minced pie placed upon the wood tree trunk platter was a great way to showcase the natural browns from the nuts and crust of the pie.
The use of the raised rounded chafing units rather than traditional rectangle ones were also a great choice for the theme and feel of the party.
It just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without an abundance of pies and cakes, and the caterers at Jason and Brett’s Friendsgiving did not disappoint. While the mince pie was clearly the star of the show the other desserts looked mouth-watering displayed on mix of round, raised, and rectangular wooden boards.
What a well thought out and presented Friendsgiving, here’s hoping we can get an invite this year!
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