Sunday, September 18, 2011

Table Toppers: Designer Tip

You've got a beautiful table, a set of plates, silverware, and chairs that you've just reupholstered...but something is still missing.  A little texture or the unexpected can make your table setting wow your guests.
A little wooden stool - perhaps found at a flea market or antique store, gives a little height to a vase.

Stone flooring tiles add texture as an unusual table mat.

Glass vases filled with rope add a textured, nautical feel.

Branches.  You can leave them natural or spray paint them a bold, glossy color.

Fruit and veggies have always been a popular choice, 
but fill tall cylinder vases with it and you'll add a little more drama to the table.

Have you tried any usual table decor?


  1. Great inspiration. I love the use of the stone tiles for placemats. How fun. Hugs, marty

  2. I love all of these ideas. Must remember for the upcoming holidays!

  3. Great tips. Love the rocks as a place setting.

  4. Great tips! I love the organic and wild feel of bunches of branches - a chic and affordable design trick!!! lovely blog!
    xo Allison
    Spicer + Bank

  5. Such a great decoration with different things.Full of jar with differ vegetables and fruit.It look so sweet.Drawing room decorate with flower port.It look so beautiful.

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  6. Beautiful designs!

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