This place setting looks chic and modern, as it pairs an uneven circular server with black-and-gold flatware. The tablescape was designed by Miranda Crace of Detroit-based company Spoke Events and features florals from Studio Terrain and calligraphy name cards from Plume & Proper.
My favorite part of outdoor entertaining is creating a tablescape that tells a unique story.This Urban Picnic at my New York apartment is a blend of elements. I especially like the organic mix of natural materials and various finishes we used here, with textiles by Studio NYC and gold flatware by West Elm.
Designers looked for the brightest colors and the boldest textures they could find when creating this cozy cottage dining room. Brightly colored antique glassware gives the space a vintage feeling, while gold flatware and accents make the design pop. A bold pink chevron covers all the chairs and adds a funky element to the space, while the geode napkin holder helps to add a unique texture.
Plaid throws and napkins set a classic tone in this elegant, traditional table spread ready for a Christmas party. Gold plate chargers and flatware add a luxurious touch while a green garland trimmed with pomegranates and pinecones add a natural feel.
To create a bright, bold dining room for this twenty-something Nashville musician, designers added vintage details to the table in the brightly colored glass and vintage silver. To make the design pop, gold accents were added in the chandelier above the table and the flatware. A bold pink chevron pattern was added to the chairs to make the table a bit more funky, and the walls were covered with Deer Damask wallpaper. Then, vintage furniture was added to the space, along with modern art to give the space a collected feeling.
When setting up your mobile Christmas tree in a formal dining room, why not use elements from your place settings as tree decor? This traditional dining room was given an unexpected look with ornaments made from flatware in gold and silver tones.