Artist Celeste Clark’s classic, southern upbringing influences her soulful aesthetic in her artwork, personal style and home decor choices. She fondly remembers growing up with extravagant table settings and holiday decorations, changed up for every family gathering and hopes her children delight in them as much as she does. We love every detail of this sweet tablescape she created for her family.
Photo by Lindsey Stewart
Mixing new items with favorites passed down through the generations is an easy way to create an eclectic look. Add to your collection each year for a curated collection that’s all your own.
“I am a big thrifter and vintage enthusiast and especially love anything unique to use for a table setting like the beautiful brass silverware or that fun little gingerbread house candle holder I may have stolen from my mom! These tiny tinsel trees give the cutest little antique-looking touch."
A sweet scallop is the perfect backdrop for layering dishes. No placemat necessary! Mix and match colors and shapes for maximum mileage throughout the year.
“I am also a huge sucker for anything scalloped, so these plates were an absolute no-brainer, especially since they are so neutral and can work for any occasion. They also come in blush!”
Celeste’s table display makes a strong case for decor you can enjoy in more ways than one. Beautiful to behold (and even more delightful to devour); let guests help themselves to an edible centerpiece.
“My favorite item on the table would be the wooden charcuterie board used as a grazing board; absolutely foolproof for a picky toddler. It's like everything laid out on a board is 100% tastier than it is on a plate! Who would have known?!”