Table of plenty: A guide to tablescaping
If you’re hosting the big feast this Christmas, the table should be as memorable as the menu. Emma Blanchfield gets some tips from expert events organiser Annie Dunne
As the second lockdown restrictions begin to ease, there’s one quarantine trend that may have more longevity than others. No, it’s not banana bread or sourdough - it’s the tablescape.
No longer a mundane chore imposed upon you as a small child, setting the table has become a more lavish affair. In the same way you might lay out an outfit ahead of a night out, tablescaping is the...
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