Dining By Design

Despite the fact that I’ve been completely absent on social media (with the exception of instagram - has anyone noticed I have a new handle?) for the past two weeks, I promise I’ve got a ton of inspiration stored up just waiting to be shared! However, I’m at the point where I’ve accepted that I may not be as active in the blogosphere as I’d like to be until after the wedding when things slow down. Between the new job, a boat load of school work, and planning for the big day, which is in just over two months now, all I can think about is getting in at least a few hours of shut eye a night. I hope you’ll stick with me because hopefully when I’m back at it, this little blog will be better than ever. And maybe with a makeover? Hint, hint…

Over this past weekend, I managed to sneak away from my school work for a few hours to the Architectural Digest show. You really had to pick through the vendors to find the hidden gems but I did come across a few – but more on that later… Above all, I loved perusing the Dining By Design section where noteworthy design world figures assembled fantastical tablescapes to benefit AIDS prevention and treatment. My favorites came from Echo, who used a dazzling array of natural specimens both on the table and covering the walls, and Aerin Lauder for Lee Jofa. Aerin used a pretty purple damask as the foundation with a mix of rattan and bamboo accents – my favorite!

Did anyone else get a chance to pop by? If so which was your favorite table? And did you find any great vendors?

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  • Samantha Penner

    I can only imagine all you are having to handle right now! So many exciting things in store for you, though. Can’t wait to see the new blog design, wedding pics, etc!!

    • http://www.chevronsandstripes.com/ sarah | chevrons & stripes

      It has definitely been crazy to say the least. It looks like you had (are you still there?) the best time ever in Australia – jealous!

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