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Tablescaping: Matching your dress with your table

TABLESCAPING: 

Matching your dress to your table

Rowan Blossom stands in front of her lemon tablescape


If there is one wonderful trend that has come out of lockdown, it's tablescaping. Lavis tables, laden with home-grown blooms and stacked crockery have taken over our Instagram feeds - and become our new summer obsession. YOLKE's new linen homeware range has made it that much easier to create a beautiful spread on your linen tablecloth for your alfresco dining. 



After the sell-out success of YOLKE’s spring homeware collection, we are bringing back the crowd favourite, Foxglove Linen tableware, along with two new styles – Beautiful bold oranges printed on ivory linen, and zesty lemons on a pale sky blue.



Now, setting a beautiful table for a party or dinner with friends is not anything new, but completing the matchamalist look with matching frock? Now that’s what we’re all about.

YOLKE Home is designed with matching in mind, using extra fabric from our daywear collection. As Anna Murphy from The Times quotes in her fashion column ‘Matchy-Matchy…now with your tablecloth’:

“Gone, for the moment, are the days when we thought about which arm candy matched which outfit. So why not think about which top matches which tablecloth?”

With a selection of linen short sets, frilled blouses and skirts and a fusion of floaty summer dresses, matching with your tablescape has never been easier.


Our tips for the perfect tablescape? Linen tablecloth, mix-n-match crockery piled up on top of each other, vintage glassware, home grown flowers and the perfect party frock (matching of course). Lay the table with buttery olives, crisp champagne and delicious nibbles for the perfect alfresco dinning experience!  


Lemon Tablescapes by @Rowan_Blossom


Foxglove Tablescapes by YOLKE using @maisonmargauxltd crockery 


Lela Mae Jacobs stands in front of a tabelscape whilst matching
Orange linen tablecloth and napkins by YOLKE on a picnic