We love the transitional time between summer and fall, when the leaves change to brilliant colors and there’s a cozy chill in the air. We welcome layers and textures as we settle into the autumnal season. Of course, there are staples when decorating for fall, however this year we are combining a bit of glam and sparkle with traditional foliage and natural elements. The Confetti Placemat in Brown adds an elegance to any table, setting the stage for a sophisticated Thanksgiving dinner. Tryout different napkin folding designs to create a fun, less formal fall table. There is no wrong way to put together an autumn-inspired setting!
NEW: Autumnal Elegance
Mix & Match
Autumn is a time to have fun with your table décor and use pops of unexpected colors and unique textures to experiment with your tablescape. This year try a pop of plum mixed with natural textures as in the setting above, which pairs the Theodora Napkin Ring in Multi to compliment the neutral tones of the Mesa Napkin. Combine a green accent, like rich emerald fronds, with organic materials such as the Spoke Placemat in Brown and the Dip Dye Napkin in Brown (left). Or stun your guests with a black and gold theme, our Solstice Placemat will shine when paired with complimentary dinnerware and the Solstice Napkin (right).
Bring the beauty of nature inside! Combine organic shapes and colors to mimic the spontaneity found outdoors. Use our Fossil Placemat to add a subtle hint of rare texture and pair it with a Chambray Gauze Napkin In Natural for an elevated look. Don’t be afraid to mix and match, after all it’s the unexpected elements that reflect the qualities found in nature. Below we have selected some of our nature-inspired favorites to encourage your wild side!
In The Press
Veranda, one of our go to decorating publications, recently featured our Trellis Napkin. We were honored to be included in their guide to Thanksgiving Entertaining. Stylist Carmen Collins finished this chic yet effortless table setting with a “statement-making napkin”. We love the final look that photographer Ian Palmer captured beautifully. What statement will you make this fall?