Neutrals set the tone at this table featuring a beige and black color palette and Luxe dinnerware.
“This Succos, I wanted something textured with cozy vibes. The velvet ribbon element is a nice easy DIY and a way to add another textured dimension,” Devorah says. That was the goal behind this warm, beige-and-black, table that’s definitely cozy.
In the background is the Taupe Medallion tablecloth from Adorn. If you’re looking for tablecloths specifically to fit the folding tables that you’ll have in the Sukkah (specifically if you’re putting two folding tables together), see the selection of special-size tablecloths over here.
The place setting is simply a black mirror charger from Luxe with emerald green dinnerware. And, Luxe has so many new, warm fall colors that are really on trend and beautiful, like taupe, clay, truffle, and more. They would all look so, so beautiful with that taupe, ivory, or beige-colored cloth.
Devorah dressed up this table simply using one roll of velvet ribbon. You can use it to make napkin rings, use it to make place cards (punch a hole in a card and string it through), and tie everything together by running the ribbon around simple solid-colored vases, like these black ones.
When a table is neutral like this, you can bring in your pop of color in the flowers…deep, rich shades of burgundies and complimentary pinks are particularly perfect.
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