As the holidays are fast approaching, TableCraft staffers are getting into the spirit by giving some thought to our big family meals. In most cases, our plans are far less grand than last year’s but that doesn’t mean we have to skimp on festive fun when our families gather around the table. And TableCraft has a lot of variety when it comes to setting a fine spread. Here are a few table setting ideas to inspire your own presentations.
Minimal Rustic Farmhouse
Starting with a rustic, white-washed farmhouse style and layering on classic pieces from our Enamelware Collection, this tabletop is minimal and all country. We chose green and red linens, tied with simple twine, to set a classic Christmas color story. A simple pine runner with red hollies completed the theme.
See the entire Enamelware Collection here.
Matte black is on trend, so we started with that for this modern yuletide take. Our creamy Enamelware Collection plates just pop off the black background, and coordinates so well thanks to their black outline detail. From there, we pulled in a few of our favorite cast iron casseroles and warm wood accents, with our bamboo square plates and acacia serving board. Our chalkboard vases add just a bit more matte black, and a bushel of little red apples for color.
Blue Modern Farmhouse
We cribbed off our modern farmhouse for this blue option, perfect for Hanukkah and New Year’s gatherings. Our blue speckle Wanderlust Collection plate makes an appearance in our serving stack. As does a smaller version of our cast iron casserole with lid.
Traditional gets some modern accents in this warm and festive table presentation. We used our NEW Pulito Collection, featuring white melamine with upscale ribbing, for the plate stack (coming in 2021!) and mixed in plenty of our black cast iron casseroles and die cast cocottes. And check out our charming chalkboard clothespins attached to each plate so seating assignments are clear and cute.
See more about our Die Cast Cocottes here.