Feminine Florals Are In Full Bloom In Amanda Lindroth x Julia Berolzheimer’s New Tabletop Line


Amanda Lindroth and Julia Berolzheimer stand around the dining table.

Clad in vibrant, summery prints themselves, Julia Berolzheimer (left) and Amanda Lindroth (right) set up a dining table with items from their collection.

Dreamy blooms are in perfect harmony with coastal glamour in this fresh collaboration between celebrated designer Amanda Lindroth and Charleston-based blogger and influencer Julia Berolzheimer.

Launching July 17, the pink-hued tabletop collection merges Lindroth’s signature island-influenced designs with Berolzheimer’s romantic aesthetic for a line of breezy pieces sure to add feminine flair to any occasion.

Including pitchers with blush rattan detail and rosy textiles dotted with delicate florals, the capsule collection—ranging from $28 for small drinking glasses to $288 for larger lanterns—brings forth a sunny disposition that’s hard to ignore. Simply put: “It is pure pretty,” Lindroth says of the pieces, which will be available on amandalindroth.com while supplies last. “It is something we all need right now.”

Here, Lindroth and Berolzheimer, who rose to popularity as the face behind lifestyle site Gal Meets Glam, share the evolution of their relationship, their top picks from the line, and their mutual admiration for creative partnerships.

The set table beams with florals and stunning decor pieces.

Blush-colored, rattan-detailed cups and pitchers dot the table

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A rattan-detailed place-mat sits atop a colorful, floral tablecloth

Candles add a warm, welcoming feeling to the table setup.

How did the collaboration come to fruition, with Julia based in Charleston and Amanda based in the Bahamas?

AL: Julia’s uniquely feminine and elegant style seemed like such a natural fit for a collaboration. My team reached out to her a year or so ago, and we started to chat and share ideas.

JB: I have been a fan and customer of Amanda ever since stumbling upon her shop in Palm Beach years ago. Her effortless island style is perfect for Charleston and works so well with my personal style. Having the opportunity to put my spin on a home collaboration has been a dream.

What are your favorite pieces in the collection? 

AL: I am in love with everything, but I especially love the napkins and tablecloths.

JB: The island-wrapped glasses are a personal favorite, as we already use them in our home daily. We have open shelving in our kitchen, and they make a beautiful visual, too.

How did working with another creative further fuel the inspiration and imagination behind the finished line?

AL: I think Julia’s elegance and gentle manner had a great effect on us all. [She’s] a true professional, and the collaboration was a dream.

JB: The blend of [our two styles] allowed the both of us to reach new audiences and provide something that is special from both sides. I personally feel incredibly inspired when I get to work in a new space or challenged in a new way to design