ICYMI: Wine and Design Oct 2022

ICYMI: Wine and Design Oct 2022

We had a blast sipping vino and chatting about design with our new design enthusiast friends. These events feature our products in an experiential learning environment. Meaning, you get hands-on practice curating various design settings. In October we had the pleasure to partner with Ernest Thompson Furniture, a local Albuquerque custom furniture extraordinaire. Together, we featured 6 tablescapes and taught event goers how to achieve the look. Plus we offered an “island of charcuterie” as one guest exclaimed. Keep scrolling to get a peek inside the event and pick up a few design tips from the night. 


Use natural elements in the tablescape! Using items like pine cones or dried berries bring the beauty of the natural world into your home. Plus you won’t need to spend an arm and a leg to achieve a festive and seasonal look, just step into your back yard or local park to find inspiration. 

Play with non-traditional napkin folds! Napkins are an essential for every meal and can be used as the foundation of an impressive table scape. Let your creativity wander or take notes from this easy to follow tutorial we love: Menu Napkin Folds by Epic Napkin Folding    

Let go of the matchy matchy! From place mats and napkins to runners and tablecloths, the era of matchy matchy is OVER. ‘Tis the time of bold color and patterns. Embracing the flare of mixed textures or colors will energize your gathering and reflect the joyous occasion. 

It’s clear our guests left the event well fed, informed and creatively inspired. We believe the beauty of your space can reflect the beauty of your unique character, so we created these events to help you feel empowered to make that happen in your home. 

Grab your gal pals and register soon for our next Wine and Design event to celebrate Galentine's Day. 

Couldn’t make it to our first Wine and Design event? We host these parties regularly so catch the next one. Sign up for the newsletter or follow us on FB and IG to stay in touch! 

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