Style Guide: Summer Tablescapes

Look I: Haworth Napkins 

Haworth Napkins

When it comes to summer entertaining, you can't go wrong with a classic blue & white tablescape. We styled this look around our monochromatic blue striped Haworth napkins which we paired with Penny Morrison's ceramic dinner and salad plates. We couldn't resist including the material of the moment - rattan - via Serena & Lily candlesticks and a wrapped bottle from McGee & Co which we're using as a vase here. For some timeless touches, we opted for a ceramic John Derian oval platterreusable porcelain place cards from Edition 94 and bamboo flatware from Pottery Barn. When choosing our drinkware, we kept things simple and clean and went with a Billy Cotton wine glass and Zafferano tumbler from Land of Belle. For some additional blue flourish, we added a Carolina Irving ceramic concha accent plate and Juliska navy straw loop placemat

 

Look II: Victoria Placemats 

Victoria Placemats

For this tablescape, we wanted to keep things more neutral and natural. We styled the look around our Victoria placemats and included additional black and white touches with Isi Porcellana plates and Roman & Williams Guild flax linen napkins. We incorporated some green accents via a Riccio Caprese dahlia object, resin salad bowl by Dinosaur designs and Soho Home glass drinkware. To achieve a natural look, we added Hawkins New York oak candle holders and cane napkin rings from Dear Keaton. Finally, we opted for stainless steel serving and flatware sets from ABC Home and a La Double J bubble vase for a statement making centerpiece. 

 

Looks III: Balzary Placemats 

Balzary Placemats

We obviously can never resist a fun, colorful look and decided to create one with this table scheme. With our multicolored Balzary placemats to pull everything together, we were able to pull in shades of raspberry, purple and pink without it feeling chaotic or childish. The red and purple touches came by way of a Lily Juliet resin salad bowl and servers, Matilda Goad linen napkins with a scalloped finish and ribbed lilac beeswax candles and Pooky glass candle holders. For the pink pops, we opted for a pink flecked water jug and tumblers by Rebecca Udall. Finally, we opted for some simple, clean gold and glass pieces to balance the color. Some gold flatware from Fete Home, Aerin place card holders and Rebecca Udall wine glasses.

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