Get the Look: Setting the Easter Table with Emily Henderson

March 10, 2016 | By | Comments (1)

Wow your peeps with our holiday menu popping with spring colors and fresh flavors, and take Emily Henderson’s style cues to create a fuss-free tabletop and casually elegant look.

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Emily Henderson is an LA-based stylist and author with a knack for creating modern home design with a vintage spirit. For more style tips, find her book, Styled: Secrets for Arranging Rooms, from Tabletops to Bookshelves.

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Style Tip: “Creating a color palette is always the first step to success. Pick one or two colors that reflect the desired vibe for your event. If you’re mixing vintage with mod serving pieces, stick with a palette that feels clean and refined.”

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Get the Look
– Nate Berkus taper candleholders in gold ($13–$15, Target)
– Uno linen napkin in mint ($7, cb2)
– Abbesses dinner plate in gold ($25, Canvas Home)
– Threshold Izon flatware in gold ($20, Target)

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Get the Look
Warm and cool pastels paired with elegant neutrals create a balanced aesthetic.
– Antipasto cheese board ($42, Anthropologie)
– Gilded rim stemless glass ($20, Anthropologie)

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Style Tip: “Every table needs lighting (candles), something sculptural (flowers or plants), and room to breathe. Make sure one of those elements has height, but be careful not to cut off conversation with a massive flower arrangement in the center of the table. If you want to get crazy, scatter pretty leaves, branches, or confetti.”

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Get the Look
Mix and match vintage plates with fresh, vibrant finds. Always include solids with patterns.
– 1948° dessert plate ($32, Jonathan Adler)

Start Your Easter Menu:

COMMENTS

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    […] *Featured Image styled by Emily Henderson for Simmer and Boil. […]

    March 19, 2016 at 8:08 am

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