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Q Squared: Unbreakable Luxury in Nine New Patterns at NY NOW


Q Squared NYC unveiled nine new patterned collections and six solid shades for the
Spring/Summer 2016 season in its biggest launch since 2011.
Q Squared NYC creates luxury melamine boasting the appearance of fine porcelain and ceramic. Its fresh
designs and shatter-resistant dinnerware and serveware presents a new take on year-round indoor and
outdoor dining.
With the release of its newest collections, Q Squared is quickly expanding its range, offering a robust
selection of floral patterns, blue hues, natural tones and sea-inspired concepts — from the romantic Knoll
Gardens pattern to the nautical Portsmouth designs. Each 6-piece patterned collection includes a dinner
plate, salad plate, bread & butter plate, cereal bowl, serving bowl and serving platter. In addition, Q
Squared’s signature Ruffle collection in luxe white now come in an array of earth tones and rich hues.
“I try to create designs that are uncommonly seen in luxury tableware,” said Co-founder and Creative
Director Alaina Young, whose design aesthetic is inspired by her global travels. “Our goal is to have a
beautiful selection of patterns and colors on high-quality products. We are certainly changing the
perception of melamine and people are beginning to realize melamine dinnerware and serveware can look
sophisticated. ”
Mixing modern and traditional with effortless care, Q Squared NYC is quickly becoming the market leader
in luxury melamine.
Founded by a mother-daughter team in 2011, Q Squared NYC has become a pioneer of luxury melamine.
Its products are made from 100% melamine and are BPA-free, hand-polished and hospitality-grade. Q
Squared’s unique designs and superior quality have been recognized by numerous publications such as
Better Home s and Gardens, HGTV Magazine, Hamptons Magazine and MarthaStewart.com and has
received NY NOW’s “Best of Home” Award in 2015.

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