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Same Old Passover Story, Brand New Seder Table!

4 Comments 05 January 2010

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Same Old Story, Brand New Table!

The story of Passover occurred thousands of years ago, but that doesn’t mean your Seder table needs to look like it took place in Ancient Egypt. This holiday, let’s take a cue from one of the most trendsetting designers of all time, David Hicks.
“My greatest contribution as an interior designer has been to show people how to use bold color mixtures,  

how to use pattern … and how to mix old with new.”-David Hicks

Adding bright colorful and eye-catching elements to your Seder table will add excitement to your lavish spread and transcend your Passover seder into modernity. Give a nod to David Hicks who always embraced crisp, bold pattern and bright hues making your banquet one that even King Pharoah would say YES to!

1- Passover Seder Plate $255

2- Fanny goblets William Yeoward Bloomingdales $85

3- Black charger plate $2

4- Turquoise Greek key placesetting Jonathan Adler 4 piece placesetting $50

5- Carnaby hazard vase Jonathan Adler $68

6- Wright 5 piece placesetting Crate and Barrel $36.95

7- Passover Haggadahs $76.50

8- Aquamarine Moser bowl

9- Kim Seybert napkin ring 4 for $80.

10-Oslo tiles placemat Jonathan Adler $18

by Elizabeth Braha,

Simple Dwellings LLC.


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4 Comments so far

  1. Gladys Hedaya says:

    I love those napkin rings.

  2. Elizabeth Braha says:

    Thanks Joy! Hopefully you can use the place setting with some delicious vegan recipes from Meatless balls!!

  3. Joy Braha says:

    Wonderful post with beautiful settings and an interesting designer profile. Go Liz!

  4. Suzanne says:

    I love the turquoise placesetting, napkin ring and the seder plate. Very sharp combination!

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