Solid Staples So you‘re looking for a table runner in a solid hue… Hopefully the color of your dreams is available! We’ve included an array of shades in the offerings that follow. But boy, is it tricky to find one place that carries a thorough variety. If you can’t find what you want, you can always dye a basic white runner. If you’re short on time, hopefully you won’t have to
They say that fashion is cyclic and decorating trends are definitely no different. The old often gets recycled and upgraded to create hot new trends. But this takes a whole new meaning with the use of reclaimed wood. Giving old and discarded wooden planks a new lease on life, reclaimed wood brings along with it textural beauty and plenty of economic value. Sometimes the old flooring in your attic or that garage shed wood can be reused as you renovate your home and give a more modern sheen. There are other occasions when locally sourced reclaimed wood can keep your home revamp within budget.
Those who want to draw inspiration from the tropics but wish to move away from the typical shades of green and blue dominating the dining room can try out yellow as an alternative. This is a color that never goes out of fashion and gives even the tiniest of dining spaces and breakfast nooks a sunny, refreshing vibe.
Above and below we see the Riviera Table Runner, along with Crisp Dinnerware in blue-green, seafoam and chartreuse. Don’t be afraid to combine a range of green tones, which will add depth (and even a sense of tropical decadence).
Serve It Up! Let‘s begin by highlighting some top trends in fall serveware. In Crate & Barrel’s Late Fall 2016 catalogue, the following description appears: “Still life comes to life. The art of an early fall party? Simple flavors and seasonal presentation. Wood grain, watercolor leaves and a gleam of rose gold flatware.”
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