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Taking care of details (excerpts) By Marta Stewart Special occasions, like Christmas, require a more formal table than the traditional five-piece place setting. Luckily, the modern art of table setting is quite simple once you understand a few basics. Remember: if you learn the essentials of a well-set table, you can apply them or break Continue reading
The strange, creative, and occasionally tacky history of table setting By Mackensie Griffin In daily life, setting the table is often just a chore: laying a plate, fork, knife, and napkin in front of every chair. But, on special occasions, many people try to transform their tables into dreamscapes—and these days, there’s a whole sector of Continue reading
by Lady Carnarvon Highclere’s dining room table seats between 4 – 30 people depending on how many leaves are carefully put into the Victorian extension mechanism. Setting the table is an art and allowing enough time is important. The detail and charm of the operation hasn’t ever been covered in “Downton Abbey”, as it tends Continue reading