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Tablescape Tuesday – Thanksgiving Edition

Are you starting to plan your Thanksgiving tables?  It is never to early! Kathie Lee and Hoda and I were chatting about it last year and I thought you might find inspiration in the segment if I pulled it out again.  Enjoy! Click here to watch! And of course, I want to know how you…

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Tablescape Tuesday: Mario Buatta

I’m a big fan of designer Mario Buatta.  I love that his designs are so colorful and so full of pattern.  His tablescapes and dining rooms are no different! Enjoy! This table was featured in Architectural Digest and they said the murals made you feel like you were dining al fresco all year long. From…

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Tablescape Tuesday: Wish-List

These colder temperatures, (it’s snowing in Dallas!), have us yearning for Spring and warmer weather. This week’s wish-list draws inspiration from garden fresh greenery and organic accents perfect for a Spring tablescape.  {1. Side Plates 2. Rosemary 3. Teak Server Set 4. Ceramic Berry Basket  5. Goto Gold Bubble Glassware 6. Egg Shakers} 

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GrandLuxe Magazine Feature

Happy November everyone! It is such an honor to be featured in GrandLuxe Magazine and I am so thrilled to share with you a peek at the issue.  Remember the tablescape featured in last week’s post? If you pick up a copy of this issue you can see the full photo-shoot plus much more! You…

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Tablescape Tuesday: Lucite Bases

Lucite bases make wonderful additions to any entertaining closet. They are elegant and chic, modern and classic at the same time. They can be used on the tabletop to raise the height and the grandeur of candlesticks or floral containers. They can also be used in the foyer to frame a seating chart or escort…

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Tablescape Tuesday: Pour Memoir Cards

I love the process of putting together a dinner party for six or eight people. Each host has a different number that works for her; for me, eight is enough for a seated dinner. My favorite way to extend an invitation for a dinner party, especially one of that size, is to call. The telephone…

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Tablescape Tuesday: Coral on the Beach

I think we can all agree that nothing says summer quite like listening to the sound of the water, feeling the sand between your toes and watching the dune grass sway in the breeze. I recently returned from a trip to the beach, and I couldn’t let the summer slip by without sharing the details of…

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Tuesday Tablescape: One Table for One Hundred

A rehearsal dinner is an important event for any bride and groom, and especially for a Mother-of-the-Groom, who is traditionally in charge of this celebration. I am lucky to have the chic, stylish and elegant Caroline Whitman as my mother-in-law. She had beautiful ideas for our rehearsal dinner and wanted to make it a night…

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Tablescape Tuesday: Breakfast in the Afternoon

For me, setting the table is a great creative outlet. I take every opportunity, even brunch with girlfriends, to do just that!  Here is a green and white table that was featured in my book, Tablescapes.  “Tablescapes” To set a ladylike tone,  I began with a simple white cloth and a Lily of the Valley-patterned…

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