"Setting your table is everyday decorating."
Charlotte Moss has written 10 books. Her latest is "Charlotte Moss Entertains." Charlotte is known for her attention to detail in everything she does, from decorating to writing to table setting. Interviewed for Luxe Magazine, Charlotte said, "Put yourself in the details and they will be noticed and appreciated." She also said, "A table setting is like a collage. You start with an idea, one item and build around it, layering in everything you need to complete a story." What is your story? Is it a country Thanksgiving, a rustic Christmas, a beach wedding, a 4th of July party, a bridal shower, a baby shower.....? We hope you have fun layering with our cloth napkins, table runners, paper placemats and cloth placemats to help. But the most fun will be when you bring in your personal style to table settings. Pull in souvenirs from your travels, flowers and plants to match the theme, country quilts, pottery, figurines, and any other items that will help make your table decor unique, personal and decorative.
Table Décor by Decorators
Charlotte Moss brings her fabulous talents as a decorator to table decor. Other decorators have done the same. Sister Parish was known for being a great and innovative entertainer who made everyone at home even though she herself grew up in a rather rarified world of tea sandwiches and tea cakes. She broke all the rules like famously cutting up old quilts to make curtains. Then there is Eleanor Roosevelt, who created a social scandal by serving the King and Queen of England hotdogs when they came to visit at Hyde Park.