One-Dish Wonders: Chic Casserole Dishes
Combining baking dish and holder, these vessels give your favorite recipes a stylish spot on the table
photo: Josh Grubbs
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For the Traditionalist
Leave it to the interior design icon Bunny Williams to create a baking dish and rattan sleeve combination for Ballard Designs that elevates the humble casserole ($99; ballarddesigns.com).
For the Minimalist
Sleek and timeless, the silver-plated Vertigo baking dish holder and glass dish by Christofle allow food to shine, too. Even if that food is topped with a cracker crust ($980; christofle.com).
For the Vintage Lover
Available to hold eight-by-eight-inch or nine-by-thirteen-inch dishes, these bamboo-inspired pieces by Dessau Home nod to sixties style in Palm Beach ($175–$195; bellacor.com).
For the Outdoorsy Type
The elegant, branch-like antlers that anchor this serving vessel by Arthur Court look just as fitting at a tailgate as they do on a dining-room sideboard ($150; thelampstand.com).
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