The secret’s out! Our biggest collaboration ever is here: Misette for Moda Domus. We teamed up with luxury shopping destination Moda Operandi to create The Primary Collection, now available on

With its primary palette and free-flowing organic shapes, the Primary Collection takes inspiration from modern art’s greats, from Mondrian to Miró to Dalí to Calder. "We're thrilled to partner with Moda Operandi on this exclusive collection,” says Misette co-founder Sarah Pecaut. “Misette is all about elevating everyday meals, and Moda Operandi has over a decade of bringing expressive, exceptional design to homes everywhere."

The collaboration was born when Misette first caught Moda Operandi chief brand officer Lauren Santo Domingo’s eye. “I came across Misette in a late-night Instagram scroll—as one does—and was immediately taken in by the female-founded brand’s bold use of color and shape, sharp price point, and clever, highly-stylized, editorial imagery,” she says. “I love that purchasing just one plate or placement can entirely transform a setting and add instant joie de vivre to pieces you already own.”

Misette for Moda Domus Modern Tableware

For the first time, we’re offering hand-painted earthenware dinner and salad plates, which are painted and fired in small batches. They come in three colorways and look great in a single hue or mixed and matched for an extra lively tablescape.

Our signature squiggle is featured throughout the collection, across 100-percent linen napkins, along bold runners and tablecloths, and in our most playful placemat shape ever.

Of course, our hand-painted candles and handblown Confetti Glass pieces are getting updated in the Mondrian-inspired palette too.

“The design of this collection is meant to be playful, but it also pairs well with more minimal aesthetics,” says Misette co-founder Amy Burstyn Fritz. Like all Misette collections, this one has been designed to look great with your existing pieces and to give you everything you need for a show-stopping table.

Shop the collection on now.

June 24, 2022 — Caitlin Kenny