Entertaining with Rebecca de Ravenel

Designer Rebecca de Ravenel (remember her gorgeous home?) loves to entertain and has been sharing a bevy of hostessing tips online. Recent features on One Kings Lane, Vogue, and Tory Daily, show off Rebecca’s serious dinner party skills. I love her unconventional mix of table linens, dinnerware, and serveware. Many of her pieces were collected on her travels, something I love to shop for while abroad as well (“how did you fit all those cabbage plates in your carry on?!” -my husband). Below, find some gorgeous photos of Rebecca’s table settings and my suggestions on how you can get a similar look at your own soirées.

How you can get Rebecca’s entertaining style:

Cobalt Glass Goblets

Rattan Wall Mirror

Turkish Glass Evil Eye

Rebecca de Ravenel Silk Corded Earrings

Malawi Wicker Chair

Blue and White Japanese Ceramic Plates

Tory Burch Meryl Caftan (obsessed!!!)

Etched Wine Goblets (currently 30% off)

Fig Leaf Pillow

Bamboo Flatware

Ikat Napkins

Rebecca de Ravenel Classic Silk Earrings

Clam Shell Bowl

Green Glass Goblets

Round Jute Placemat

Red Chopsticks

Scalloped Rim Dinner Plates

Vintage Suzani Tablecloth or Bedspread

Rebecca de Ravenel Skinny Earrings

Black Wicker Peacock Chair

Paper Lanterns

Iznik Inspired Plate

Water Hyacinth Placemat

Tory Burch Tunic

Etched Glass Tumblers (currently 30% off)

Blue and White Ceramic Japanese Plate

Fringed Cotton Napkin Set

Cabbage Bowl

Director’s Chairs

Fez Stripe Pillow

Rattan Armchair

Blue and White Ceramic Chopsticks

Rattan Wall Mirror

(images: 1-7 via Tory Daily, 8-16 via One Kings Lane, 17, 19-22  via Vogue, 18 via Domino)

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