Table Mix-Up, Part 1

Holiday Table Perfection / Rue Issue Two, Page 251

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we’re focusing today on the art of tablescaping and within that genre, our love for mixing patterns. Scot Meacham Wood did good in the spread above from Rue Magazine, Issue Two – wood on tartan on tartan on floral on silver. Nice.

Some ideas for mixin’ up patterns at the dinner table this season… below a grouping for a casual lunch, maybe for some leftover Turkey sandwiches this Friday? A more formal mix-up comin’ tomorrow!

Charger / "Glaze Phenomenon" from Anthropologie

Dinner Plate / Ross Sveback Faux Bois

Salad Plate / Heartsease, Anthropologie

Napkin / Big Cata Brown, Roberta Roller Rabbit

Runner / Vintage Grain Sack, via Etsy

Bowl / Wavy Rim Bowl, Target

Flatware / Cafe Deux in Navy, Williams Sonoma Home

Glass / 13 oz Doro Lined, Fishs Eddy

Glass / 8oz Amber Pop Glass Fishs Eddy

Votives / "Forever" Glassy Baby

Charger / Dinner Plate / Salad Plate / Bowl / Napkin / RunnerFlatware / Glass / Glass / Votives

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3 Responses to “Table Mix-Up, Part 1”
  1. 11.22.2011

    SO many of my favorites here!! You may have noticed on the blog the other day that I am LOVING tartan this year (ok – so it’s pretty much every year) so Scot’s tabletop hit the spot!! I am rather obsessed with Ross Sveback’s Faux Bois plates – I’ve had the site bookmarked for months – thinking I might have to bite the bullet soon. And that Anthropologie plate would go with so much in my pantry!!

  2. 11.22.2011

    Love Scot’s tablescape, but the casual look of the faux bois dinner plates and wonderful wooden bowl will be perfect for those leftovers!!

  3. 11.26.2011

    I am very honored that you would include my faux bois tabletop with your suggested tabletop offerings – thank you so much!

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