Have Dinner With Us? Brighten Up the Holidays With Custom-Made Linens

Well, we would not technically be eating with you, but we could be with you in "design," each time you set your table! 

There is nothing that looks better then a well-dressed table ... even if no one is invited for dinner. Linens are for tables are like pillows for couches; a home décor staple that changes with each season, creating a different feeling in your home with each slight tweak.

Make your table special this Thanksgiving with these Scalamandre fabrics. Here the table cloth in Farrah Print evokes winter's approach using cool tones and celebrates the holiday with its whimsical daisies that almost look like snowflakes. Napkins in Berkshire Weave finish the look, making this a lovely table to showcase your turkey, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. Let us create this look for you or choose your own fabrics with our custom design 

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Fabrics and Home's Design Pick: Scalamandre's Woodland Weave Wallcovering (not shown in above table setting photo) - This textured brown wallpaper is a wonderful accent color that compliments the Misty Blues. Get a sample here and see it in your home first.

Are you holding on to the last vestiges of summer and mixing autumn's reds, yellows and oranges with the green spark of August's flourishing flower beds? Then this Shantung Garden fabric pattern from The House of Scalamandre will brighten up your fall table. Pair it with Playa Abama napkins to bring sunshine into your home through the winter months. We can make this look for you with our custom design services. 


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Fabrics and Home's Design Pick: Scalamandre's  Santori Stripe-Palm
(not shown in above table setting) - This fabric is a great accent for pillows or a cute shade or, some kitchen chair cushions. 

Looking for something more neutral - coordinated solid colors, white or tan linens in linen or cotton fabric can jazz up your table in a more subtle way. 


The age-old place setting question...the fork goes on the left or is it the right? 

A little help from Martha Stewart was needed to answer this dilemma. There are actually six changes in place settings per formal meal: first course, soup, fish, main course, salad and dessert... WHAT? 

Here's the do's of setting a formal table

Image of the way Martha Stewart sets her table before guests arrive.







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