Stay on Trend with TableclothsFactory: Three Jewel-Toned Tablescapes to Trigger Your Creativity

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Like Living Coral, jewel tones are off the charts this year. Their vivid appeal can make any heart skip a beat! If you are already in love with these vibrant hues, and all you want is to incorporate them into your décor as soon as possible, lucky you are – winter is a perfect time to embrace this trend! However, as it often happens with bold colors, you may have a hard time trying to achieve a balanced look. To help you out, we’ve cherry-picked a few jewel-toned tablescapes to show you the basic principles and trigger your creativity.

Onyx Inspiration

If you are afraid of making your jewel-toned setup overwhelming to the eyes, you can experiment with two shades. For example, onyx and burgundy are a nice combo to start from – while onyx is a neutral hue, burgundy will spruce things up with a pop of color.

To keep things simple right off the bat, you may skip the linens and move on to the place settings immediately. You’ll need our gold acrylic chargers, black porcelain plates (their rims are so reminiscent of onyx!), and high-end black dessert plates. Since metallics strike a perfect match with jewel tones, it is an ideal opportunity to put our newly arrived gold baroque plastic spoons under that spotlight, which will look perfectly posh in combination with our gold-rimmed disposable glasses, black napkins, and gold acrylic napkin rings.

Instead of a table runner, you can arrange flower heads. Our burgundy chrysanthemums, pink peonies, and blush rose flowers with sporadic frosted green eucalyptus sprays can be a safe bet. As for the candles, you can go for black candles in massive gold holders or consider our ivory votive candles in our black/gold holders

Neutral Surprise

If you still believe that jewel tones are reserved for winter and autumn, you’ll be really surprised with this tablescape. Though it is almost neutral, those jewel-toned velveteen accessories make it rock. There are plenty of ways to recreate this setup using products from our online store (yes, you don’t necessarily have to fork out on bolts of velvet!). Either way, you can’t do without our silver polyester tablecloth (or go for white, blush, or ivory linen). Once the linens are on the tabletop, pull out our gold acrylic chargers with our pink porcelain plates atop, white napkins, and add any clear glasses you like.

When all the essentials are there, it’s time to consider working jewel tones into your neutral palette. We recommend you trim our julep cup vases with navy, eggplant, burgundy, and hunter green satin ribbons (polyester or sequin will also do) and fill them with our lavender hydrangeas, pink chrysanthemums, and freesias. To continue jewel tones on your place settings, you can DIY lovely accessories – depending on the occasion, you can craft small pumpkins covered with turquoise, navy blue, and burgundy satin bolts, paint Easter eggs, or display single stems.

Bold Palette

If you are not afraid of experiments, feel free to embrace the jewel-toned color scheme to the fullest extent.  For example, in case you are looking to recreate something like this tablescape, you’ll need our navy polyester tablecloth to lay a “foundation”. Once it’s there, you can move on to the place settings by pulling out our dinner plates with golden rims, purple napkins embellished  with our silver napkin rings, and gold cutlery. For the centerpiece, you’ll need to fill our trumpet hourglass vase with purple freesia flowersdusty rose peonies, roses, and hydrangeas, ivory baby's breath, and greenery. In the end, you can add a final touch with our votives in amber candle holders

What do you think about jewel tones? How would you like to incorporate them into your décor? Please share your ideas with us in the comments below!

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