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Two Ways to Set The Table Using This Season’s Trendiest Color

A gray linen tablecloth can go warm and natural or cool and modern.

Two ways to transform your dining space into something extraordinary.

LEFT: Clockwise from center:

  1. Rosewood salt-and-pepper cellar, $42 at Relish Decor
  2. “Nagasaki” gold-plated spoons, $14 each at Salt & Sundry
  3. Floral arrangement by Meredith Wallace of Rocking Bird Flower Co.
  4. “Deco” coupe, $14 at Salt & Sundry
  5. Hawkins New York “Confetti” highball glass, $16 at Need Supply Co.
  6. Rose Gold Flatware, $39 for five-piece set at West Elm
  7. Charger, $24 at West Elm
  8. “Blush Element” dinner plate, $8 at World Market
  9. Marbled napkin, $3 at World Market
  10. Honeycomb plate, $8 at World Market
  11. Menu calligraphy by Shotgunning for Love Letters
  12. “LaRue” blush-pink bread-and-butter plate, $12 at the White Hearth

RIGHT: Clockwise from upper right:

  1. Floral arrangement by Meredith Wallace at Rocking Bird Flower Co.
  2. Aino Aalto tumbler in gray, $28 for two at Need Supply Co.
  3. “Tour” stemless wineglass, $10 at Crate & Barrel
  4. “Smith” flatware, $34 for five-piece set at West Elm
  5. “Friso” charger, $150 for four at Relish Decor
  6. Obsidian dinner plate, $18 at the White Hearth
  7. “Alvaro” side plate, $8 at World Market
  8. Letterpress menu by Livingston Letterpress
  9. Iittala x Issey Miyake napkin, $55 at Need Supply Co.
  10. “Marin” white saucer and cup, $7 and $10 at Crate & Barrel
  11. Crushed-glass dish, $12 at Salt & Sundry
  12. Marble pepper mill and salt shaker, $25 each at Crate & Barrel.

This article appeared in the March 2018 issue of Washingtonian.

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Assistant Editor

Hayley is an Associate Editor at Washingtonian Weddings. Previously she was the the Style Editor at The Local Palate, a Southern food culture magazine based out of Charleston, South Carolina. You can follow her on instagram @wandertaste.