Hydrangea dinner napkins, white, set of two
Exquisite, white, hand cut hydrangea edges – perfect for a bridal brunch or garden party. These super special dinner napkins are inspired by the hydrangeas in my garden. I sketched the pattern by hand and then they are embroidered and hand-cut by our artisans in India.
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NOT SO TRADITIONAL HOME
We were thrilled when the editors of Traditional Home popped in for lunch at my home in Connecticut, Foxglove Meadow. This quote from the article sums up why I do what I do!
“It’s been such a joy to have a garden. There’s something about connecting with the changing seasons and the natural elements in life. I get so much pleasure from watching tiny seeds grow into something beautiful. It’s a similar process when I imagine my tabletop accessories and then am able to put them to use when I entertain. It is such a great metaphor for life. There’s always something new, and tomorrow is another day. It never gets old.”