Placemats & Runners

Layering—one of our signature looks. In tablescaping, we love to mix it up a little, putting florals with stripes or solids or two different prints in the same color story together. What a great look when you use a contrasting runner to bring attention to the center of the table and the centerpiece! Or change printed placemats from one setting to another.

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