Amd Bauer. Interior. September 13th , 2017.
Fill the entire length of the runner with produce, or leave room for other items that will be served with your feast (such as fresh bread and butter). In case you’re wondering, the gold flatware featured today is from Crate & Barrel. Top off your centerpiece by adding a metallic touch or two, such as brass bowls. Enjoy playing with the arrangement until you have a display that’s worthy of a feast. Whether you’re planning on hosting a special dinner with friends this autumn or you’re hosting the entire family for Thanksgiving, it can be a true joy to create a striking color palette for your fall table. Place settings, centerpieces and accents such as table runners can help evoke a look and feel that will beautifully complement the meal. From lush and bountiful to neutral and modern, the color combinations below can be used to channel the vibe of your choice. Let these stunning photos inspire you as you prepare to entertain in the coming months.
This Regatta Melamine Bowl is perfect against a backdrop of concrete and wood. Yes, blue and white can take a modern turn, especially when clean lines are involved. You can’t go wrong with stripes. Crate & Barrel’s Cabana Navy Stripe Dinner Napkin is the epitome of summer style. Hence the “cabana” in the product title. We’re loving it. Consider blue-rimmed dinnerware for your spring and summer table. Crate & Barrel gives their Maison dinnerware a classic yet modern update with blue edges. Say hello to the Maison Cobalt Blue collection, which pairs well with a marble tabletop. In fact, the collection even includes Asian-style dessert plates that are inspired by Japanese family crests, proving you can mix and match blue and white dinnerware patterns. Don’t forget that you can accent blue and white tabletop palettes with bright hues such as red, orange, yellow and turquoise. This Cirque dinnerware is the picture of festive seasonal style.
The first table setting features napkins with a dash pattern, as well as silver flatware. The look is cool and crisp, while the flowers and abstract napkin pattern combine to create a whimsical feel. The green border on the napkins is repeated in the blue-green hue of the appetizer plate, while the rosy tint of the pink peppercorn on the appetizer cracker mirrors the purple edges of the centerpiece greenery. The napkins were purchased from Arro Home (no longer available), but check out these, these and these for a similar look. You could even paint your own by free-handing a design with fabric paint for a more affordable solution. Gold flatware and linen napkins put a warm spin on the table setting below, while a brass bowl replaces the glass vase for the centerpiece. The white plates keep the look light and refreshing for summer, as does the minimalist look of the place setting. Placing the napkin on the dinner plate downplays the stark white hue while punctuating the teal appetizer dishes.
Today we’re showcasing the beauty of a simple, refreshing table setting, especially as we get ready to welcome the warmest season of the year. Start with a few basic ingredients and experiment with special touches, but remember that less is more if you want the food to take center stage. Whether you prefer light, bright and crisp or warm and inviting, we’ve got you covered. Scroll down for an easy, affordable way to welcome guests to your table this summer. The formula for a beautiful summer table. white dinner plates + appetizer plates in a contrasting color + interesting greenery. As you’ll see below, simply by changing up the flatware, the napkins, and the centerpiece receptacle, you can get two entirely different looks. Our dinner plates are a discontinued pattern from Crate & Barrel (learn more about the Claire pattern here). The teal appetizer plates come from CB2 and are a gloriously affordable $1.99 apiece. We love the idea of topping each plate with a special bite, such as round crackers covered in goat cheese and pink peppercorn. Our greenery was picked up at the local market, labeled “California filler” and sold for $3 a bunch.
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