The Rustic Table
This bucolic table features sophisticated, rustic touches including antlers and rattan, enlightened with hints of ivory, celadon flowers, flowering pink berry branches and hemmed linen napkins in eggplant. Magnolia leaves, fresh pomegranates and small pears tie it all together.
Table runner by Crate & Barrel; linen napkins from Hudson Grace, Brentwood; antlers purchased at LA Flower Mart; wooden plates by Williams Sonoma; wineglasses by Pottery Barn; vintage candlestick holders; place setting tags from Paper Source.
The Kids Table
Keep the little ones busy so the parents can enjoy a leisurely meal with this fun, colorful, interactive table. Encourage kids to draw their place settings with crayons and decorate with the stamps and ink. With all the activity, they may even sit still until it’s time for dessert!
White butcher paper bought on Amazon; orange checked tablecloth folded to be used as runner from JOANN; decorative stamps, ink and burlap bags (holding crayons) from Paper Source; rattan turkeys and napkins from Crate & Barrel; kids glasses are repurposed containers from Nest candles; white dinner plates from World Market.
The Blue & Black Table
Get out your good china and silver for this elegant tablescape that works for any number of special occasions that fall between now and the first of the new year. But don’t let all the fanciness shackle you. The light blue plate in the middle of the stack is melamine! White hydrangeas in full bloom complete the formal-without-being-stuffy look.
Blue tassels (cut off a string of garland) tied on napkins from Paper Source; black-and-white china by Wedgwood; crystal wine glasses by Riedel; vintage Champagne glasses and sterling silver candelabras, silver flatware by Reed & Barton; blue melamine salad plate from Target.
With the Help of a Divorce Coach, Your Impending Split Could Be More Efficient and a Lot Less Expensive
Breaking up is hard to do.
A year for the books.