The table settings are artful arrangements of easily accessible items and all out fantasy. We want to blow you away while leaving you with the confidence to re-interpret them on your own table.


Tablescaping: Harvest-To-Holiday

Comments Off 18 December 2009

Harvest-To-Holiday Tablescape By Brick Monkey

Read Full Feature in Nesting Newbies Magazine, Fall ’09 >>


“Design shouldn’t be taken so seriously,” says Kirsten McKay, “and it doesn’t have to be expensive, either.” Kirsten co-owns Brick Monkey, a home interiors store she and her two partners opened under these guiding principles. We challenged her to set a harvest table that wasn’t just another cliché—something fresh, affordable and easy to interpret. Eager and excited, she delivered above and beyond our expectations—a flexible fall table that will carry through the Christmas holidays with only a few sparkly changes.

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By The Sea Tablesetting

5 Comments 25 June 2009

[tweetmeme]Setting a modern Mediterranean tablescape.  Mediterranean cuisine and architecture have always been very popular and we wanted to step away from anything too traditional and present newbies with a table inspiration as fresh as a seaside breeze.


David Braddy and Jodi Murphy set a modern Mediterranean table anyone can recreate using an affordable mix of ceramic plates and beachy pieces from Bloomingdale’s Stanford. Start with a shimmery blue table runner layered with white placemats that look like the bubbling foam of a breaking wave. Choose plates with interesting textures or designs in bright sunny colors Continue Reading

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