Where to get your table décor
Step up that dinner party game
Let’s face it, we are all spending far more time a casa at the moment, giving us ample time to re-arrange, re-decorate and re-organise until our pretty little hearts are content. And all this spare time couldn’t have come at a better time for design aficionados as table scaping emerges as 2020’s biggest interior trend.
But enough of the introduction, here is where to get your mits on some pretty little table bits.
Our first stop whenever we need something to give meal times that extra bit oomph, Hankie Pankie is the very pretty brainchild of Singapore-based Emma Brookes. Created to bring a bit of luxury to every dining occasion, Hankie Pankie is all about bold and beautiful hand-blocked prints on the softest cottons. Our favourites are the Rose all day napkins and the Chancery Lane tablecloth. What’s more, a selection of stunning Murano glass is on its way from Italia and there are stylish rumours of rattan furniture in the near future too.
England’s answer to Martha Stewart is Alice Naylor-Leyland aka Mrs Alice. A fantastically stylish and well-connected socialite, Alice has turned her hand from gracing the style pages to counting the column inches in the interior pages. Over at Mrs Alice you can find oh-so gorgeous bamboo cutlery, swoon-worthy linen scalloped placemats, unique candlewear, glasses, napkins and tablecloths. One not to miss.
Hailing from the US, is India Amory and her range of chic handblocked linens. India came into the world of interiors after struggling to find the perfect table scapes for her own wedding and has since taken the linen world by storm. You can look forward to a wide range of colourful napkins and tablecloths, with custom orders available upon request.
One of those sites we can just spend hour after hour browsing, The Edition 94 has everything from lighting, tablewear, glasses, linens to vintage bits. Our favourite picks are the Scalloped round placemats, available in pretty much every colour under the sun and the patterned mugs which make tea-time that little bit better.
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