All set: Tablescapes for fall and holiday gatherings
Whether you are hosting family this holiday season or simply enjoying a gathering of friends, these tablescapes by local retailers are sure to encourage your next get-together.
Rialto glassware, $37.50 each; pine cone candles, $11-$18 each; glass candle holder lamps, $34 each; napkins, $27 and up, each; 90-inch round tablecloth, $160; glass bud vases, $34 and up, each; bow napkin rings, $24 each; Celadon chain-link napkin rings, $12.50 each; silver candlestick, $65 each; chargers, china and flatware, available by rental or special order purchase, prices vary, all from Magpie, 415 E. 12th St., Suite B. Florals by Poppy’s Garden.
Not enough dishes for a full table? No problem. This table by Magpie combines not one but three different place settings for an effortlessly eclectic ensemble.
WRF Lab handmade plates, $42 each (large), and $36 each (medium); Frichiti flatware, $16 per utensil; Madre linen napkins, $90, set of four; Hawkins NY handblown glass tumbler, $12; La Soufflerie* Paris handblown wine glass, $30; candles in moss-covered terra cotta pots from Campo de’ Fiori, $22-$38; Higuerilla Bowl by Sobremesa, $175; glass vases by La Soufflerie Paris, $24-$50; Navarin Deep Pot, $115; La Soufflerie handblown glass pitcher, $60; Madre linen tablecloth (used as table runner), $260; Ethnicraft oak dining table, $3,279; terra cotta planter by Campo de’ Fiori, $37, all from Jenkins and Co., 1335 E. 11th St., Suite E.
*La Soufflerie is a nonprofit organization that gives all its proceeds back to the glassblowers to keep the art alive.
Organic accents and simple place settings make this table by Jenkins and Co. an ideal design for indoor and outdoor gatherings alike. Fragrant eucalyptus sprigs tied with pre-strung tags create an inventive and inviting place card.
Antique French oval table, $3,100; antique Belgian chairs, $2,225 for a set of six; jute placemats, $10 each; mini gingham napkins, $93, set of four; napkin rings, $25, for a set of four; peonies tea towels, $25 each; marble salt and pepper shaker set with acacia wood tray, $31 each; forged gold flatware, $58 per place setting; square teak mini cutting board, $36 each; round teak mini cutting board, $37 each; Splatterware dinner plate, $56 each; Splatterware bowl, $51 each; Mod Maxi double old fashioned glasses, $148 each; Endra champagne flute, $73, set of four, all from T.A. Lorton, 555 S. Zunis Ave.
An antique French dining table serves as the backdrop for these rustic-chic place settings by T.A. Lorton. Woven jute placemats and gingham napkins are dressed up with forged gold flatware, mahogany-colored double old fashioned glasses and hand-etched champagne flutes.
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