5 Quick Fixes: Elevating the Napkin, Thanksgiving Edition by

Issue 47 · Homemade Holiday · November 26, 2015

5 Quick Fixes: Elevating the Napkin, Thanksgiving Edition

Issue 47 · Homemade Holiday · November 26, 2015

One of the easiest ways to set an enticing table is to get creative with napkins. Here are some favorite ideas. No starch required.

Dining Table at Le Marche St. George in Vancouver | Remodelista

Above: Linen napkins are knotted in the middle at an outdoor dinner hosted by Le Marché St. George in Vancouver, B.C.

Rough Linen Orkney Napkins | Remodelista

Above: Tricia Rose of Rough Linen groups two layers of linen together and ties them with brown twine. The Orkney Linen and Smooth White Linen Napkins are $20 to $24 each from Rough Linen.

Leather Napkin Ties at Bar Agricole | Remodelista

Above: Spotted at Bar Agricole in San Francisco, the rolled napkin secured with leather. Here's how to DIY your own leather napkin ties.

DIY Botanical Napkin Rings for Thanksgiving | Gardenista

Above: Last week on Gardenista, Erin grouped seeded eucalyptus, rosemary, and hypericum together for a Botanical Napkin Ring.

Napkin Rings by Live Wire Farms in Vermont | Remodelista

Above: Traditional in shape but unconventional in material: Live Wire Farm's Wooden Napkin Rings, made from Vermont hardwood; $20 each.

For a table setting filled with ideas to steal, see our post on Schoolhouse Electric's Fall Dinner With Friends.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on November 18, 2013, as part of our Crowd Control issue.

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