1. Eddie Ross at Maximalist Studios
Tell us about your inspiration for this tablescape.I created this table at our 1923 house on Philadelphia’s Main Line. I wanted it to be a casual, bohemian table using natural elements and traditional touches, like my favorite set of brown and white spongeware plates. I was going for a more subtle Thanksgiving vibe, so I kept it more to the season of fall. I’m in love with those lavender and eggplant tones in the placemat, napkin and tablecloth. The mercury glass picks up the silver of John's napkin rings and complements my bamboo flatware. To give the table a natural, bohemian look, I kept the floral arrangements to simple elements clipped from my backyard. The begonias add a fresh green look and pick up that dark purple in the tablecloth as well as the lighter tones of the fall hydrangeas.
2. Elly P. Cooper of Elly Poston Interiors
Tell us about your inspiration for this tablescape.As much as I have missed travel the past few seasons, Fall in Virginia is simply divine and truly an inspiration on its own. Thank goodness my husband is a clever chef and like so many, we have really leaned into entertaining within the comforts of our own home. For me, there's something very cathartic about setting a table. It's like creating a room for a client, but without nearly as much pressure. The new linen collection from John Robshaw made it a delight to create a warm and elegant evening for friends. With the simple addition of cozy throws, a roaring fire, and s'mores - you've got the perfect evening under the stars!
3. Shawn Bridges & Juliet Feehan of Blackthorn Interiors
Tell us about your inspiration for this tablescape.Dutch Still life and Maine Lobster Shacks.
4. Ariel Okin at Ariel Okin Interiors
Ariel Okin Interiors is a New York based, full-service interior design firm specializing in luxury residential, commercial, and hospitality projects across the country. Ariel’s signature style can be interpreted as “traditional with a twist” – warm, livable and elegant spaces, with an edited, contemporary and practical approach. A deft use of color, emphasis on clean lines, and mix of bespoke and antique items are hallmarks of her aesthetic, yet no two projects are alike; Ariel believes every home should reflect its owner. Ariel established her firm in 2016, and has since been featured and profiled in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Domino, Vogue, The Wall Street Journal, House & Garden, and New York Magazine, among others. In 2021, she was named a House & Garden Gold List Designer.
Tell us about your inspiration for this tablescape.Autumn Colors.
5. Brittany Bromley
Brittany Bromley Interiors is a luxury, full-service, interior design firm with offices in New York and Palm Beach. With a devotion to classic proportions and scale, Brittany’s layered and collected aesthetic reflects her love of antiques, pattern and color. Her work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Veranda, House Beautiful, Luxe Magazine, and Cottage & Garden.