Ladies at Lunch

Tabletop by Gray Walker

Tabletop by Gray Walker

 

 

The third post of my tabletop series, “Ladies at Lunch”exudes pure femininity. I have been told my design work is feminine, confident and southern. Perhaps this is how I challenged my design style to the tabletop. You may be thinking pink for the holidays? Yes, pink! I love this china of my grandmother’s and what better way to use it than for a ladies luncheon. If you select an unusual holiday color make it more festive with metal accents like silver and gold.  By placing a gift wrapped in modern Italian paper, I created a juxtaposition that brings a pop to the antique plates and linens. The centerpiece of roses, hydrangea and ranunculus add the perfect touch of color and flair. Wearing a dress that looks great with your tabletop is also a fun way to accent your theme. Celebrate your friends by bringing out the full formal place setting, even at lunch. It makes the occasion special.

 

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Table Decor By Gray Walker

 

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My Grandmother’s China

 

Gray Walker

Gray Walker

 

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