This week I wanted to begin to share all my favorite tabletop items in a new series: Tabletop Tuesday.
I always try to draw inspiration from my love of interiors, gardens, and nature. This week’s table is inspired by the beautiful tropical hues and elements of Florida. One of the most popular items from my tabletop collection are these palm placemats and these tumblers. Their uniquely different textures provide such a lovely touch to my own table.
Scroll down to view other favorites of mine and my wonderful customers! All items are available on the website under Tabletop & Entertaining or Home Accessories
Orange, red, or pink? We love Coral
The color coral, named and inspired after the beautiful natural coral reefs found in the ocean, can come in many, many variations. It symbolizes warmth and acceptance, and is a particularly vibrant color – even small amounts can add fun to a room. Colors like this can be used in small ways as a feature to draw the eye or used in a set to make a statement!
It's officially high summer—which means it's also high time for summer entertaining in all its warm-weather forms: a barbecue in the backyard, a garden party on the lawn, a clambake on the beach, cocktails on the porch, or a dinner under the stars.
With summer comes endless opportunities for entertaining family and friends, whether it's an al fresco get-together or a fun outdoor fête. And if you're a design buff, it's your chance to get creative with your decor choices, especially summer table top decorations.
Slim Aarons "Summer Picnic" (above)
Red, White, and Blue
The classic color combination of red, white, and blue are often reserved for events like the 4th of July, but I love this striking color scheme in general as it exhibits a welcoming warmth and an invigorating character — and deserves attention throughout the year! These Fourth of July home decorations will add the perfect patriotic touch to your house or front porch this year providing a crisp, clean, and comfortable splash of color!