two tablesetting ideas with Julia Amory linens
As soon as I came across the beautiful tablecloths from India Amory last year, I instantly fell in love with the brand! You may have seen their products pop up on my instagram in various tablescapes I have posted! (Here and here.)
The beautiful tabletop and lifestyle accessories are made from fabric that is hand block printed in India. Julia Amory, the founder of India Amory, created the company after searching for printed fabric to use as tablecloths and napkins for her wedding. She was unable to find a pattern that she loved at an affordable cost. (I can’t even begin to imagine the cost of making multiple custom tablecloths from yards of beautiful (but expensive) fabric!) Julia came up with the perfect solution – to design her own pattern and use the traditional Indian block print technique to print the fabric herself!!
Today, Julia develops and designs a range of lifestyle products from tabletop goods to robes and pareos. India Amory is also an amazing source for custom projects – weddings or big parties – you can work with Julia to design your own fabric!
I was so honored when Julia reached out asking me to be a part of The Block Print, an interview series where she features tablesettings with India Amory products set by women from a range of industries. (Julia has previously featured so many amazing women – be sure to check out all the past interviews!) I jumped at this opportunity but was quickly greeted with the best kind of problem – deciding what pattern to use! I had so much trouble deciding that I ended up setting two tables (too hard to pick just one favorite pattern!) I set breakfast table for two with the Big Sky Tablecloth and an intimate dinner table for four with the Shale Apline pattern.
It was so fun to take the time to set a layered table in my new apartment! With a visit to the flower market, deciding on what dinnerware to use and making the flower arrangements, I had the best time putting this all together! Keep reading to find sources for all the products and click here to read my Block Print feature on the India Amory site.
Tablecloth: Big Sky from Julia Amory. Napkins: Big Sky from Julia Amory. Pink Plates: from Year & Day. Green Bowls: Tory Burch Lettuce Ware Soup Bowls. Flatware: Matte Gold from Year & Day Coffee Mugs: John Derian. Blue Glasses: vintage, similar option here. Candle Holders: Tory Burch Lettuce Ware. Bud Vases: Wide Neck Vases from WorldMarket (or your local florist.) Green Vase: Medium Vase by Nicholas Newcomb from KRB (call shop to order.) Kitchen Table Chairs: Tucker Chair in Fog from Serena & Lily.
Tablecloth: Shale Alpine Floral from Julia Amory (similar) Napkins: Shale Alpine Floral from Julia Amory (similar) Placemats: Tory Burch Raffia Placemats Flatware: Matte Gold from Year & Day Dinner Plates: Big Summer Flower Plate by Penny Morrison, found and purchased at John Rosselli Antiques store in NYC, buy online at Land of Belle. Napkin Rings: from Style Wise, Trend Foolish. Wine Glasses: vintage, find a similar style here from One Kings Lane.
HouseBeautiful.com shared a full home tour of my NYC apartment. Click here to find out how you can see more than just this green and white kitchen but the whole colorful apartment.
Click here to see a colorful summer dinner table with Pepper Home.
Click here to learn about Freshly Set, where you can rent designer tabletop linens for your next dinner party or event!
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