The August issue of the Local Palate magazine is on newsstands as of July 28th and includes a table setting spread designed by Heather Scott Home & Design!
The magazine is filled with gorgeous imagery of food, wine and restaurants. You can purchase the magazine nationally at some of the higher end grocery stores (like a Whole Foods, for example) as well as bookshops like Barnes & Noble.
Heather designed a table setting that would be fitting for an outdoor BBQ, but that also reflected her style manta: Classic, Chic & Serene.
We set up the table in Heather & Scott’s backyard. The color palette used was white, grey and celadon green.
A bar cart was styled with horn elements, traditional silver and glass ware by Simon Pearce.
Heather’s brother, Scott Blue, an artist in Seattle, WA, created an 9 foot, handmade silk- screen table runner for the table. He created a faux bois pattern and used a traditional silk-screen process, hand pressing the screen multiple times along the length of the fabric to create a continuous pattern.
The monogramed napkins with antler motif were created by Atlanta’s Gramercy Linens. Each place setting is flanked by a unique, antique sterling silverware pattern.
Sarah Kirsch, part of the Heather Scott Home & Design team, designed and hand drew the chalkboard menu.
The table concept was a lot of fun to pull together and it was great to be able to work with Scott, Sarah and Gramercy to create unique elements for the display. You can purchase the actual magazine on stands now to see the lovely photography shot by Ryann Ford, or you can view a digital version on our press page here.
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