Setting the table for a dinner party can be an intimidating undertaking, especially when there are hundreds of gorgeous tables on
Pinterest and in magazines which may make your simple white dishes feel ‘blah’. Browse our collection of more than 22 place settings and find an idea or two for your next get-together. Find all the items used in the place settings after the jump.
All Wrapped Up
Inspired by the gorgeous indigo of our
Linen Hemstitch Tablecloth, we used our Bistro Dinnerware with a blue band, French Market Placemats in Navy, and our Vivian Flatware.
This place setting is grounded by our
Edie Tablecloth in Oyster and topped with our Piper Woven Placemats, Vivian Flatware, and our Edie Block Print Napkins in Oyster, placed horizontally across our Provence dinnerware in cream for an unexpected look.
You can’t go wrong with an all-white table, no matter the occasion. We used our
Brigitte Dinnerware in Ivory, our Marseille Quilted Placemats, Marseille Linen Napkins, and Maison Flatware.
Smitten with Sage
Smitten with our
Edie Block Print in Sage, we chose striped napkins in sandalwood for a complementary twist, as well as our Brigitte Dinnerware and Fairhope Flatware.
For a slightly different look, we swapped our our
Brigitte Salad Plate in Sage for Oyster and brought in a happy bouquet of pink peonies.
Chocolate Brown Accents
To give our
Edie Block Print Tablecloth a slightly luxe look, we wrapped Marseille Linen Napkins in Natural in a rich, brown velvet ribbon, and chose our Fairhope Flatware in Antique Brass for a little more glamour.
Bistro in Blue
To complement our
Bistro Dinnerware with a blue band, we chose our Vivian Flatware and classic linen hemstitch placemats and napkins.
Fun & Festive
Rosa Melamine Dinnerware is durable enough to use for outdoor entertaining, but it’s pretty floral pattern won’t feel out of place in the indoors. We used the Rosa dinner ware with our Piper Woven Placemats, Outdoor Cafe Glasses, Edie Block Print Tablecloth in Oyster, and Fairhope flatware.
Tie a Bow
We tied a simple satin ribbon around our
French Market Napkins in Sandalwood to give this place setting a little softness, then mixed it with our Brigitte Dinnerware in Oyster, Piper Woven Placemats, and Vivian Flatware.
Folded & Unfussy
We blended taupes and greens by using our
Edie Block Print Tablecloth, Linen Hemstitch Napkins and Placemats, and our Maison Flatware.
To bring out the ocean feel of our
Provence Dinnerware in Blue, our Edie Block Print Napkins, and French Market Placemats, we added driftwood branches down the center of the table.
Marseille placemats feel instantly festive when paired with gold flatware and simple white dinnerware and then topped with rich, brown velvet ribbon.
Navy & Hydrangeas
Navy striped napkins pair perfectly with white dinnerware and a short arrangement of purple and blue hydrangeas.
Wrapped with Jute
Piper Woven Placemats, Edie Block Print Napkins, and Maison Flatware, a natural touch by wrapping a rolled napkin in a bit of jute twine and knotted.
Bring in Brights
To spice up our crisp, white
Bistro Dinnerware, we used our linen hemstitch placemats in blue and Edie Block Print Napkins.
For modern touch, we went with a monotone color scheme, mixing our
Brigitte Dinnerware and Chloe Napkins and Placemats, all in Oyster.
A Nautical Look
To play of the blue and white color palette of our
Bistro Dinnerware, we incorporated natural elements like woven placemats and driftwood branches, which balanced our classic white linen napkins.
With accents of pink, this white table setting feels elegant and feminine. We used our
Brigitte Dinnerware, Maison Flatware, Marseille Placemats, and Marseille Linen Napkins.
To give our table a relaxed feel, lovingly drape napkins across the dinnerware. We chose our
Edie Block Print Tablecloth and Napkins, Brigitte Dinnerware, Fairhope Flatware, and Marseille Quilted Placemats.
Aqua with Accents
To give our favorite shade of aqua a fresh look for spring, we chose bright pink flowers! Here we used our
French Market Placemats, Rosa Melamine Dinnerware, and our Everyday Flatware.
To give a formal wood dining table a more casual vibe, use natural elements like
woven placemats, printed napkins, and a bit of jute twine wrapped around the napkin.
East Coast Preppy
Yellow and blue is a preppy mainstay, so we love mixing it with a polished preserved boxwood. Here we used our
Rosa Melamine Dinnerware, Outdoor Cafe Glasses, Marseille Placemats, and classic linen hemstitch napkins.
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