Spring Dining

September is here and we’ve got spring on the mind! No matter what the weather’s up to, bring some sunshine to your place by following our guide to the ultimate Spring Dining set up.

Step One: Table Dressings

Whether you’re entertaining a crowd or just making a meal for the fam, a little table dressing goes a long way. Step up your game with our ceramic serveware, sleek salt & pepper grinders, and classic linen tablecloths. 


01 MENU Salt & Pepper Grinders - Nudes
02 Oval Ceramic Basket - Off White
03 Poets Dream Pedestal Bowl
04 A&C Linen Table Cloth - Dove

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Step Two: Place Settings 

Make everyone at your table feel special with their own place setting. 

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01 Scout Cutlery Set of 4 - Cream
02 Earth Dinner Plate
03 A&C Linen Napkins - Natural Small Gingham
04 Brushed Brass Card Holder - Square

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Step Three: Menu Inspiration 

Spring calls for lighter, brighter meals with lots of fresh ingedients. Grab some inspo from our array of beautiful cookbooks.

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01 Ottolenghi SIMPLE
02 Ottolenghi Test Kitchen : Shelf Love

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Step Four: Seating Plan

Make sure there’s a spot for everyone. Our Rue Dining Chairs are comfortable with their curved back and armrests, while the colourful Arnold Circus Stools are great for pulling out when extra guests arrive.

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01 Reuben Dining Chair - Natural
Arnold Circus Stool - Yellow
03 Arnold Circus Stool - Sage

Step Five: Cheers! 

Lastly, make sure you have something yum on hand to give a toast to warmer days ahead. We’re loving the Tippl Sangria Mix in our Linear glassware range.

Recipe: Tippl x Soochi Rose Sangaria 

You'll Need:
400ml Tippl Mix with hot water
2 x 330ml Cans of Soochi Collagen Sodas

Put It Together:
Pour all ingredients into a pitcher over ice and lightly stir. Add reserved fruit from the tippl jar & serve! 

Table Glassware

01 Linear Stem Glass
02 Tippl Drink Infusion - Rosé Sangra 

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Styling: Emma Long, Photography: Kim Burrows