For the past two weeks, we’ve shared Thanksgiving tables styled by some of our favorite artists, designers and shop owners. In week one, we highlighted the talents and products of Matt Armendariz, Spartan, Sweet & Saucy, Jayson Home and Alder & Co. In week two, we shared tables styled by Michele Varian, Caitlin Mociun, Reform School, Furbish and Weego Home. There are two more left, so we hope you saved room for dessert! Today’s Thanksgiving table comes courtesy of lifestyle expert extraordinaire Eddie Ross. In addition to working as editorial director for Rue La La, Ross is an accomplished blogger, Instagrammer and master of all things tabletop. Like much of his work, the table Ross has crafted for us is elegant and eclectic, a mix of high, low, new and old, with a bit of something for every taste and budget. With a color palette inspired by a rug-turned-table-covering (featured in the last photo), Ross took an unexpected turn by pairing the traditional golds of Thanksgiving with a delicious bright blue. “I wanted to go with an untraditional color palette and a mix of new and old,” Ross said, explaining that as a guiding theme, he wanted a clean, modern take on the traditional “harvest” idea. — Max
More photos and info after the jump . . .
Above image: Cornucopia from B&J Florist Supply (103 W 28th St, NY, NY). Gold leaves from Jamali.
Above image: A vintage salt cellar. Similar version available from Godinger.
Image above: Flatware by Ricci. Napkin fabric by Steve McKenzie. Place-setting cards created by gluing paper labels on top of marbled bookbinding paper. Place cards are then inserted into a halved chestnut with a slit cut in the top to hold the card.
Above image: Candles from Creative Candles.