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The Colors of Spring

The surest sign of spring:  Flowers. When the buds of crocuses and daffodils are seen pushing up through the garden, you can be sure the chill of winter is giving way to warmer temps ahead.

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Flowers can be brought to the table in more ways than one, and our Easter brunch setting— complete with requisite pastels touched by gold accents— introduce this in a subtle yet impactful way. These uniquely hand-painted plates by Anna Weatherley depict a different spring flower which provides the perfect focal point. To showcase each motif, we combined Flare Napkin Ring in gold with our Patina Napkin in White and Blush into a neat fold and arranged them across each plate. With its gold burst detail, the napkin ring picks up the subtle gold edge on the plate as well.

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Opting for texture and color, our Frost Placemat in Blush was an effortless way to emphasize the statement combination. Its warm, pale pink hue features a touch of glimmer with tiny gold beads speckled throughout. The entire look is offset with our Faceted 5-Piece Place Settingwhose angular edges bring a welcome contrast to the feminine theme.

A simple yet colorful arrangement of pink tulips and yellow freesias finishes the lovely setting. Perfect for Easter but versatile enough for any Spring occasion, the warmer season cannot get here soon enough!

 

 

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