I found the coolest paper tablecloth on my last buying trip to New York. It comes on a 50 foot roll, with oversized vintage silverware graphics running throughout. Yesterday was the day to change out the dining table at the shop, and I could not wait to unroll the paper tablecloth and get the table set.
I chose vintage mix & match silverware to mimic the images that are on the tablecloth, which by the way, is a quite beefy kraft stock. Juliska bamboo border plates complete the setting. Simple clear French etched glassware seemed fitting with the vintage silverware.
This paper tablecloth is that mixture of high and low I adore. The motif is a bit formal, and the fact that it is made of paper just screams of a relaxed (and maybe a bit messy) lobster dinner or doodling in between courses.
For years we have sold these candles that look like wine corks. I just love the idea of using special bottles of wine you have had and re-using them with these candles. Here, I created the centerpiece around a grouping of these bottles. We also sell candles that are shaped like champagne corks, which are fun too.
A happy, happy Saturday to all!