Kylie Vinson. dining. January 27th , 2017.
For a lighter and brighter rustic dining room pick a rug that feels fresh and reminds you of a sunny summer day. A shade of yellow will certainly fit that description and be a great addition to a dining room full of dark wooden elements!
To bring this look to life, serve bountiful bites on the Autumn Foliage Platter, and pair the display with Harper Rose Gold Flatware (both are shown below): As for the wood grain trend, serving pieces such as the Wood Pedestal Server with Dome and the Tondo Round Platter are sure to up the earthy-modern style quotient:
As textile design becomes more and more adventurous, it can still be surprisingly difficult to find a stylish table runner. The big brands may release only a handful of patterns, and if you’re not a fan of them, your search continues. Even when offering a range of colors, retailers sometimes still manage to leave the season’s hottest hues out of the fun. This fall, colors such as teal, wine and deep grey are all the rage, yet some of these shades are (very) slowly finding their way to the table. We’ve searched high and low to bring you the table runner finds below. From basic solids to trendy patterns (and even a few DIY favorites), get ready to plan your next tablescape
With a chill appearing in the morning and evening air, now is the perfect time to start planning fall dinners, gatherings with friends, and upcoming holiday meals. Stock up on fall serving pieces before your autumn schedule gets too hectic. And since this season’s fall palette is filled with alluring color combinations, planning your next tablescape will be interesting and fun! From rich hues to mixed materials, check out the latest trends in autumn serving pieces
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