The holidays are around the corner and at High Street we are ready for the season! With so many choices of dinnerware sets, glass sets, table decor, and even dining sets, you will be ready to hosts your guests in style.
We recently went around the store and found these 8 elegant tablescapes that will get you inspired!
Use a monochromatic palette to achieve a more traditional look. Think reds, burnt oranges, and some shades of browns. To make your colors slightly pop, bring in some subtle shades of greens.
Bring in the Cape Cod style to your Thanksgiving. For a more polished look, use a nautical or nautical-inspired dinnerware set and don’t forget your splash of color. In this case, this red works magically when paired with navy blue.
The color of your table and chairs also play an important role in your design. In this case, we used a silver wrought iron table that complements the blue tones on the plates.
Going for a cottage or shabby chic look? Tone down your color scheme and choose colors that are muted and neutral. Skip the centerpiece and go for candle holders and a table runner like the one shown.
If French Country is your style, think of olive greens, dark purples, dark reds, and some browns.
This is another take on French Country that has been toned down for fall. To achieve this look, ditch your wine and dark purple tones and replace them for burn oranges and yellows.
Adding texture is a must when trying to achieve an elegant rustic design. The flowers used, the crackled vase and the burlap used in this centerpiece all are beautifully coordinated to create a sophisticated look.
If you are a world traveler, why not bring some Mediterranean influence to your table? Think of greek blues, greek patterns and splashes of gold.
If barroque and majestic decor is your style, this is the table for you. To achieve this look, think of the details: intricate designs on the dinnerware, dining table and chairs are a must.
Gold flatware and chargers and lots of crystal will prevent your table from looking overly decorated and balanced. Remember to keep your centerpiece simple.