Easter is just around the corner and for some divine table setting inspiration, you need to look no further than Nicolson Russell, offering us a wide variety of bespoke cutlery to elevate the style of any dining experience.
We love the combination of exclusive gold cutlery with crisp white linen, touches of green and white, styled to perfection as evident in the table settings presented by Nicolson Russell and event stylist Event Stylists Ninirichi . Fresh, modern and natural – we love the overall look and we think this is a beautifully contemporary table setting that would be perfect for any Easter celebration at home.
Achieve the look with rustic furniture, wooden elements and natural finishes such as copper piping displays and an array of earthenware boasting a neutral palette of blooms in white and green. The key here is to utilise jars, ceramics and glasses you already have lying around the house and adorning these with simple floral arrangements to bring a natural and invigorating atmosphere to your table setting.
Add some height with a few added branches and greenery that will instantly create some drama around the table.
Here the star of the show is most certainly the quality cutlery in gold by Nicolson Russell. They have a few ranges to choose from including Titanium – a plated cutlery set that is unique, trendy and classy, for the consumer looking for something different and fresh. You could also opt for the Bella Casa Collection, which is both modern and classy and can easily become the talking point of the evening, available in ranges such as Gold, Matte Gold, Rose Gold and Matte Rose Gold.
You can’t go wrong in terms of quality and style like that of Nicholson Russell. After 10 years in the industry, they supply some of the largest retail outlets in South Africa and design and manufacture cutlery for private lodges, event companies and hotels. We love the look of the brand and we’re thrilled to see this local company bringing innovation to a classic table!Contact: Nicolson Russell and Events Stylist Ninirichi