Front & Centerpieces.
by victoria comment


The lovely folks at CHOW invited me to do a holiday table setting and centerpiece for them a few weeks back, and the photos are now up and posted on the CHOW website. Look for some unconventional table setting ideas from the always inspiring and inventive Cate Kellison of Rose and Radish, as well as the elegant Sally Shim from Shim & Sons, and a bit of retro holiday fun from sfgirlbybay online at CHOW today. I get really bored with fall colors (I think they remind me of those bad, plaid dorm room sofas), so I relish the idea of a bit of diversity when it comes to setting a holiday table with bright and fresh, clean colors.

Keeping eye contact is important to Cate from Rose and Radish. And look, there’s tiny deer!
Beautiful, minimalist and natural looking craftiness from Shim & Sons.

CHOW encourages readers to leave their feedback and comments on the CHOW site – the more feedback they have from people interested in the art of cooking and entertaining, the more stories they’ll be able to do on this fun, holiday subject.

Digging up a centerpiece from stuff around the house (my specialty) from sfgirlbybay.

15 responses to “Front & Centerpieces.”

  1. I very much like your table setting, great retro styling and colours with the wood candlesticks.I also find fall colours a bit boring and repetitive, you’ve done a great interpretation. I also love your netherlands photo’s below – it looks like such a nice place to visit and explore. Also loved the sandra Monat intv – co-incidently I have her book and recently did a blog post on her, so I really was thrilled to read about her and see her photo’s :)

  2. thanks everyone! it was a fun project to work on.

    i didn’t make the tablecloth – i got it on sale at Anthropologie many moons ago, and the salad dishes are from Thriftown in the Mission – 99ยข each!

  3. i loved all of these great ideas! that chartreuse and ruby pink is on of my favorite classic combos. thanks for sharing!

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