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Mismatched Tables & Chairs… A Look You’ll Love!

January 10, 2012

If there is anything I am more into right now, it is event design with an unexpected look, something not anywhere close to “cookie cutter.”  Yes, you know what I’m talking about!  One of the hottest trends right now is to bring depth to your wedding design by having a layered look of mismatched tables and chairs.  So how exactly is this achieved, and what are the possibilities?

There are a few different options you can go for with this look.  One way is to rent standard banquet tables and rent a beautiful linen for these tables.  Then, add in mismatched farm chairs to add a bit of variety to the look.  Take a look at a recent event we did in which they did exactly this look:

Photo By: Jessica Claire

The linens bring a continuity to the entire area, but the mismatched chairs add an interesting variety to mix things up a bit.

Looking for an even more eclectic look, try mixing and matching table styles and chairs.  This look gives a very cozy, casual and intimate feeling to an event.

Photo By: Lauren Reynolds Photography

A great look for your head table or sweet heart table would be to use upholstered chairs.

This is the ‘Orion’ table with French Linen Louis Chairs & our ‘Antoinette’ sofa.

We have a great selection of upholstered and mismatched farm chairs for your reception or ceremony.

Photo By: Focus Photo Inc.

Photo By:  Kate Harrison Photography

What do you think?  Don’t you love the look?  Hopefully this inspires you to make your event extra unique and special!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 10, 2012 5:06 pm

    I especially love the look in the first image – all the different chairs with the same table cloths. It looks so sophisticated in a shabby kind of way…….sophisticated shabby!

  2. January 11, 2012 6:43 am

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