Tabletop Trends 2019

We all know that creating your dream space is hard work! From decluttering to selecting the perfect wall colour and furnishings it can be hard to achieve the look you want. That’s why it pays to take note of emerging trends that can help to create your dream mood board for each room to guide you along the way.

This season we are drawing inspiration from these three beautiful tabletop trends that capture a refreshing new style for 2019.

  1. 1. Artisan Details

  2. At M&B we absolutely adore glam gilt-edged charger plates and vibrant patterns that pop, but this season we are embracing natural tones with unique artisan style touches. This more earthy style favours organic shapes, hand finished textures and colours from nature. This style is relaxed and homely with rustic touches that will set a calm and beautiful tone to your tabletop.

 

2. Wildflower Motifs & Natural Textiles

Bring the outdoors in, with spring wildflower motifs and patterns to brighten and refresh your space. In 2019 wildflowers, natural motifs and organic patterns are set to feature across textiles for every room. When it comes to tabletop textiles it’s impossible to look past the beautiful designs from Irish maker Jennifer Slattery. Made from 100% Irish Linen and embroidered with floral hand-drawings, Jennifer’s Irish Wildflower textiles will make a lasting addition to your home dining.

We are all becoming more and more aware of the benefits of using non-man made materials so it’s out with synthetics and in with all things natural. Opt for cotton and linen when choosing tablecloths, runners and napkins for your tabletop this season. Natural textures will add style, depth and texture to any setting.

 

3. DIY Touches

We are all trying to cut down on the amount of waste we produce so why not get creative and upcycle items you may have overlooked? Make a designer inspired display for your dinnerware in a neglected corner of your dining room or kitchen with a wooden crate or box. Simply clean down an old wooden crate and add a splash leftover paint for a unique and on-trend addition to your kitchen/dining space. If you don’t have time to get the paints out, perhaps you have a super nice gin bottle left over from Christmas? You can make a fun centrepiece by using an empty glass bottle as a vase for some garden flowers. A thrifty and stylish touch!

As always we would love to see your style! Tag us on Instagram @meadowsandbyre or Facebook @meadowsandbyrneireland

 

 

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