Clean, white wall space gives a fresh and airy look to this contemporary kitchen. Angled gold rods fixed around the pendant lights creates decoration above the stylish place settings displayed on the white island countertop. A gray tile backsplash meshes the silver of the stainless steel appliances with the white. A large watercolor and green apples displayed in a glass jar add colorful accents to the space.
This formal, modern dining room features a colorful, purple palette. A jeweled chandelier hangs above the gold-toned dining table with purple cushioned chairs and gold place settings. The space also features white chair railing and light hardwood floors.
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.
Pomegranates and pinecones add color and texture to this fresh, evergreen garland centerpiece. The garland provides a natural contrast to the luxe crystal glasses and gold charger plates placed at each setting.
To create this look, search your favorite vintage stores for glassware and dessert plates with pink or gold detailing. Use a basic white dinner plate on the bottom of every place setting. Top it with a geometric napkin (these are made from fabric purchased from Quadrille, Inc.) and the vintage plates. Repurpose the printable invitations as menu cards to top off each place setting.
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.
A lush centerpiece and decorative place settings fill the natural wood dining table. The spherical shrubs feature a dark green coloring while folded napkins add a lighter shade. Gold details in the centerpiece and the runner give a shine to the table. Tufted dining chairs with nailhead trim are a sophisticated touch to polish off the refined design.
Ginnie Leeming of Hello Little Home found creative, money-saving ways to create her layered neutral decor. That tablecloth? An inexpensive drop cloth cut to fit her table. Those texture-rich placemats? “The placemats were created from a large piece of burlap that was intended for gardening. I cut out rectangles, then pulled strands of burlap off the edges to form a simple fringe,” Leeming says. A golden-wrapped box topped with a buffalo-plaid ribbon adds a bright pop at each place setting.