Hello! Back with my ‘A room in the house’ series where I pick a room and discuss an interiors related aspect, then endeavour to search for a similar product, hopefully at a more affordable price to help recreate the look. Today, I’m visiting my dining room, more specifically my dining table.
Recently, for a lunch party with good friends Will and Toby, I wanted to create a table that looked simple, yet fresh like Spring.
Napkins are often colour matched with placemats, which at times could look dull, so I decided on the contrasting tone of teal.
The green glasses from Design House Stockholm and ombre pillar candles balanced the overall look. I bought my candles from Designer’s Guild.
Now a Spring table wouldn’t look right without fresh flowers. Here, I enlisted the help of my local talented florist Matthew Richardson from The Urban Flower company, who I have previously written about here and here.
After explaining to him about the colours that I would be using for the table, I left Matt to work his creative magic in my selected vases.
The pinks, yellows, oranges and violets he used were simply stunning. Each piece was a work of art.
I remembered previously interviewing Matt and he explained how his creations took fruition through instinct rather than set steps.
I think that is truly a sign of an artistic mind. Hope you’ve enjoyed my Spring lunch table and the cheer these floral arrangements have brought. Wishing you a wonderful and restful weekend.