CSL Tour 2011
What Houzz contributors are saying:
2. Colour-code it, or not!When we say colour-coding, we don’t mean everything must match. Keep it organic and simple, like a basket of cranberries, oranges and grapes, teamed with some fresh flowers. Hand-painted ceramics lend a warm, earthy feel to an intimate gathering of friends and family. Bamboo placemats go well with this look. Blue tones are great for a brunch, and coupled with a striped tablecloth, they keep the vibe casual. You could tie up the napkins with bright bows. For a more festive occasion, try a combination of red, gold or both together, toned down with bits of white. But if you prefer to bring more sparkle to the table, drape a sequenced stole across as a runner. Remember, classic white never goes out of style – you can jazz up your lace tablecloth and white crockery with your favourite glassware and sparkly silver.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Decorative touches - For gatherings and festivities, why not add mouth-watering accessories to your tablescape? This citric centrepiece brings colour and fragrance to the dining setting, while also providing snacking alternatives in case you turn out to be a terrible cook. Hurrah! Dining settings to impress guests.