Pauline de Rothschild was known for her imaginative tablescapes. What made them so unexpected and delightful? It was her ability to mix it all up–pairing unusual plants and flowers with table top pieces both exquisite and simple.
Why not update your table with a few pieces that feel right for the season–whether it’s just for family dinner night an intimate dinner party, even Thanksgiving. Here some ideas from my favorite two decor stores, Privet House in New Preston, CT and March in San Francisco. (p.s. Belgium Libeco linen kitchen towels make great napkins for casual dinners.)
Stemless wineglasses, $20 each; Brickett Davda plates, from $52; Henry Deane hurricanes, from $210; splatterware platter, $240.
Palm fiber basket, $46; Drip pitcher, from $175; Dolcevita bronze/pewter serving set, $200; Libeco kitchen towels, $34.
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