03 Nov

Dining By Design – Part 2

dining by design table designs

Jen B. has 4 more tables (along with style steal tips) to share in her Dining by Design event recap, but this next one was so great that I couldn’t resist featuring it all on it’s own…with LOTS of pics!

dining by design table designs

Here are the details, as told by Jen:

This “Modern Tablescape” design by Jennifer Dyer of Design & Style is my absolute favorite from the event! I wish it was my dining room… everything from the “Hollywood Dazzle” wallpaper, suspended blown glass spheres chandelier, banquette sofa, white patent pillows with scorpion accents, and sparkly black, silver & white color palette, was pure perfection!

dining by design table designs

The skull accents on the plates and placecard holders added some edginess to the overall design. (These particular skull accents are fabulous but pricey… around Halloween you can usually find less expensive options – especially right now when most skull & Halloween merchandise is on clearance!)

dining by design table designs

Style-Steal Tips:
This design could be easily interpreted for a chic black & white holiday dinner party (sans the skull place card holders!), engagement party, or wedding. Use affordable silver chargers, black plates and wine goblets, silver chargers and several small glass vases lined with ti leaves and filled with pure white flowers like hydrangea and calla lilies.

dining by design table designs

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Katie SAYS:

Looks great! Super fun and festive with the decor. But the backwards place settings are driving me BONKERS!

November 3, 2008 at 12:18 pm

jenn s. SAYS:

You are so right, Katie! I have no idea why the utensils are switched! Everything else looks great though :)

November 3, 2008 at 12:42 pm

megan SAYS:

loving the black and white scape with the silver details. so elegant and luxurious!

November 3, 2008 at 1:47 pm

Lisa SAYS:

Where can I find the event recap?

November 6, 2008 at 11:55 am
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