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KBK | Fall Trends and Table Styling featured in Edible SA

"Top Fall Trends and Tips for the Holidays"

Jewel Tone Velvet – The runway is loving velvet. With cool weather coming, velvet is soft and luxurious. We selected a velvet with a Persian rug motif in amber, turquoise and tourmaline.

Bring a little nature with cane and olive – Our beautiful woven chairs are reminiscent of baskets collecting the autumn harvest. They add visual texture and lighten the dining room with their open weave. The olive wood dining table highlights the grains and rings of the tree. Both balance the luxurious velvet to make the table cozy and welcoming.

Be eclectic by mixing materials, styles and sizes – we used glass pumpkins in white, pumpkin and sage next to thin shiny metal bud vases in various heights with small bouquets of flowers. Our center pieces offer visual interest without blocking the view of our guests.

Make it Personal – Use your family heirloom china and silver, even if the pieces don’t match. Don’t forget the hand-written place cards for that extra personal touch.

Patterned Wallcovering – Wallpaper is still on trend making its best appearances in bold patterns on accent walls and in powder baths. Here we are right on trend with a mix of spruce, matte black and gold (brass?).

Add a trending 2017 Fall Pantone color: Cloth napkins are an elegant and relatively inexpensive way to experiment with trendy colors. Select from the Pantone color box of Shaded Spruce, Golden Lime, Marina, Navy Peony, Tawny Port, Ballet Slipper, Neutral Gray, Butterum, Grenadine and Autumn Maple.

KBK to the Trade is a to the trade only design center catering to interior designers, contractors and trade community. We offer a mix of residential and commercial decor lines for all projects.

Dining Room Sources: Cole & Son, Taracea, Wesley Hall, Palecek, Barbara Cosgrove, Ralph Lauren and Made Goods

Lead Stylists: Ayme Troas and Eugenia Yribarren

November 2017