The holidays are my favorite time of year to entertain and create beautiful place settings or tablescapes. Instead of gifts, I’m a big fan of experiences and quality time. I’d much rather share a home cooked meal with friends and family, enjoy a delectable dessert, sip a nice bottle of wine or favorite cocktail, and engage in good conversation. That means so much more to me than any gift. Therefore, when I’m hosting… I like to put a lot of thought into the visuals and tablescape. It’s a lot like the meal- the more care and energy that goes into it, the more special. I’m sharing an easy DIY on the Interior Collective today… click through for a sneak peek of my dipped dyed napkins.
I ended up using these for a holiday tablescape / dinner with my girlfriends (sadly I didn’t shoot the finished table). I did snag this super chic flatware from Amazon that really pulled the entire look together.
The napkins took 15 minutes of work- at most, and the result is gorgeous! Plus, the dying process is really fun. I’ll take any excuse to play with pretty textiles and pigment.
Are you guys entertaining this holiday season at all, or planning to go elsewhere? If you’re not hosting, these also make a great gift for the person who is!
If you’re interested in more fabric dying DIY projects, check out these gorgeous shibori cushions I dyed a couple years ago. Hope everyone’s week is off to a great start!
Be sure to click over to the Interior Collective for the complete tutorial and DIY!
nicoleNovember 19, 2020 at 1:59 pm
love the napkins! did you use yellow or red onions?