Butterfly Parade Tablescape
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When I was in New York City a couple of weeks ago I had such a fun time styling the table at my son and daughter in law’s home. It is such a treat to get to dig into someone else’s cupboards and play with their dishes for a change!
These Christian Lacroix Butterfly Parade dishes are available on Amazon and at fine stores everywhere.
I really love the juxtaposition of these elegant china dishes and fine stemware with the rough wood of the dining table. The table is from Restoration HardwareOne of the truly unique things about this china is that the rim is half gold and half silver. I chose to use gold flatware and my daughter in law’s gold runner. Little picks of butterflies flit above the flowers all down the centerpiece.
I selected the flowers I did to coordinate with the colors of the butterflies on the plates. The blue thistle really picked up the blues in the butterfly patterned dishes.
Extra blue thistles fill a vase on the sideboard in the dining area.
Stemware included platinum base crystal water glasses and pretty Champagne coupes!
Who would not be delighted to sit down to supper at such a lovely table?
For more details and the full tutorial on how I created the table runner centerpiece, check out How to Make a Table Runner Centerpiece.