Set the Table: Inspirations from Rebecca Thuss

Set the Table: Inspirations from Rebecca Thuss

Grace Shu
Jun 23, 2009

Even if you haven't heard of Rebecca Thuss, chances are you've seen her work. She's styled some of the most amazing sets, weddings, and parties for Martha Stewart's magazines (Living, Weddings, even the defunct Blueprint); her portfolio site is literally page after page of inspiration. What we love most? Her creative table settings and centerpieces in a wide range of color combinations. Take a peek at some of our favorites after the jump...

Pink, Champagne, and Chocolate. Instead of big flower centerpieces, this table has a bit of a Japanese feel with the floating candles and peonies in finger bowls.


From low to high. Green and sunshine yellow mixed with rustic wood tones gives this table a English garden style. We could see something similar working on porch steps, with small urns painted white and daffodils.


A mix of tonal greens (Apple and Emerald green) is accented with light blue and whites. This color combination would work beautifully in a bathroom.


This tonal pink table settings reminds us so much of Abby's pad (and

!)


If you're looking for something a bit more striking, go all out in one color plus white or black. The red in this table setting commands all the attention to the point where the textures and shapes of the flowers and vases become the points of interest.

Check out more inspiring photos from Rebecca Thuss on her site, www.rebeccathuss.com.

(Images: Rebecca Thuss)

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