How to Create a Farm Luxe Tablescape

Gather vintage heirlooms, wooden vessels, handmade ceramic dinnerware, and natural textiles for a polished farm-to-table look as warm as it is welcoming.

Written by:Cambria USA
Photographed by:Steve Henke

Tablescape Style Tips

The organic texture of nubby linens, striped or fringed for extra detailing, hits all the right rustic notes. A classic bentwood dining chair takes on added glamour in antiqued brass. Cambria OAKMOOR™, with its sweeping wave design evoking wood grain, becomes a durable farmhouse tabletop when crafted into planks. Contrast creamy white porcelain with wooden serving bowls and chargers for a refined take on country chic. Serve meals family-style, rather than plated, for a relaxed vibe.

Brass Antique Chair
Savannah fringed linnen napkins, Agraian linen napkins, and Strip cotton napkin
Wooden nesting bowls
Coventry stainless-steel flatware
  • Brass Antique chairs, and wooden chargers from Patina.
  • Teak bowl by Annie Selke.
  • Roli Poli hand-blown glasses, tall glass wine bottle, Ebony sugar spoon with loop, John Julian porcelain dinnerware, and pinch pot all from the Foundry Home Goods.
  • Savannah fringed linen napkins by Pottery Barn.
  • Coventry stainless-steel flatware and Agrarian linen napkin (in basket) by Farmhouse Pottery.
  • Antique overdyed rug from Ciel Loft & Home.
  • Savannah fringed linen napkins by Pottery Barn.
  • Agrarian linen napkins by Farmhouse Pottery.
  • Stripe cotton napkin from WITT + BLISS.
  • Wooden nesting bowls and Brass Antique chair from Patina.
  • Coventry stainless-steel flatware from Farmhouse Pottery.

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