We’re honored to have been featured recently in Bungalow Magazine’s current issue. We love showing inspiration from our collection for your own holiday gatherings, and we were able to share some of our advice on how to make an event your own. For this particular article, we shared our tips on decorating a fall tablescape.
We started with our floor tables that are enjoyed without the use of chairs, a pile of various rugs, and pillows as alternative seating. We then decided we wanted to go the non-traditional route of having mainly greenery instead of the usual suspects such as orange and red flowers. We selected various succulents, a large pale peach gourd as our focal point, and smaller imperfect gourds to scatter amongst the arrangements. We wanted to provide an inexpensive and practical display that can be thrown together in less than an hour by novices and experienced florists alike.
Please feel free to read more about our table setting and all of the details at Bungalow Magazine.
Birch & Brass pieces used: Sienna Rug, Laurel Rug, Turkish Kilim Pillows, Zeppelin Tables, Mid-Century Tumblers, Colored Water Goblets, Mismatched Gold China, Gold Flatware, Vintage Napkins, Brass Candlesticks
All photos via Bill Sallans.