ELSON&COMPANY

Between the cold weather and the holidays finally being upon us, Evan and I have taken to hibernating – cooking more at home and curling up by the fire every chance we can get. We’ve also been entertaining at our place a lot more (which I think is really just a subconscious ploy to have our guests come to us instead of having to bundle up and venture out ourselves). I’ve really been enjoying it because it’s given me a chance to play with a lot of the items we received / are still receiving off our registry. Below are a few snapshots from our little dinner party last night if you’re interested!

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Processed with VSCOcam with t1 presetGetting to the point, I’ve been drawn to tabletop items recently and happened upon these unique linens from Elson&Company - typically known for their carpet collections. I’m thinking about mixing some of the green prints in with my new Sferra linens to spice things up. What do you think? I love the idea of mixing and matching when it comes to this stuff – as you can see our dishes are a mash up of three different collections. But all of the napkins below are so beautiful, it’s truly hard to choose!

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P.S. Elson & Company also happens to be having a curated sale of one of my favorite artist Sally King Benedict’s work – you should definitely also check that out. I absolutely love how they are painted directly onto natural colored linen.

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  • http://simplyelegantblog.com/ Nancy

    I love the idea of mixing it up and using different patterned napkins-what a fun way to add a bit of a pop to a table setting! I am especially loving the final image of three different green patterns.

  • http://www.rebeccaatwood.com/ Becca Atwood

    I love this mix and match look! What great patterns. They really make me wish for spring to come.

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