It’s November, can you believe it?! We’re already strutting around in tall boots, layering statement knitwear and sampling bite-sized pumpkin cheesecake (no shame, LOL). The holidays are finally upon us and Thanksgiving is about to pop up out of nowhere. And yes, you may already have your recipes at bay (creamy mashed potatoes better be on that menu), but what about your decor? We mean, is your table ready to entertain? If not, don’t fret. To help you, we’ve rounded up a few of the best tabletop arrangements from none other than Casa de Perrin. Wait, you’ve never heard? Everyone, meet Casa de Perrin: LA-based luxury tabletop curator/design brand (that we would L-O-V-E to work with, FYI). And in case you’re wondering, the story of how the company started is just as swoon-worthy as the masterpieces they create.
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Okay, so here’s the secret: it’s not about the dishes you serve or your fancy space – it’s all about the visuals. Now leading with Casa de Perrin’s direction, we’re here to help with tips on how to create the perfect holiday table. You’re welcome. Read on.
1. IT’S ALL ABOUT THE BASE
Sometimes all you need is a simple table runner to span the length of your table. A calligraphy-adorned wrapping paper lends a touch of understated elegance to the left arrangement. And on the right, a geometric print runner elevates a very cool and casual setting.
2. Flower Power
Let your flowers do the talking. A show-stopping floral centerpiece or loosely scattered rose petals are a great way to add pops of color. How gorgeous is that bold contrast of vibrant red against that white table? Heart eyes, guys.
3. Get Lush
Although greenery is an attractive companion to your floral bouquet, this time we’re using them to accessorize! Different plants and/or leaves add more variety and visual interest to your tabletop decor. Experiment to see which types work best for you.
4. Mix That Media
For those who want to take festivities to a whole different level. Forget the flowers, swap them out for mini pumpkins, Christmas ornaments, balloons and heck, even Valentine’s sugar cookies. Talk about eye candy- huh?