New Rules for Setting The Table

New Rules for Setting The Table

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Earlier this spring I spent some time in Holland. My daughter was invited to represent the US on a sailing team and her lucky mother was her chaperone. While she was floating around, I made my way to Delft, Leiden, Amsterdam and the Hague.


Dutch design is unique. There is a whole different way of looking at how to do things. The next time you entertain consider 2 new ideas for the table.
Forget the rule of fork on the left, spoon on the right!


Get enough runners to lay them across the table in place of 2 place mats.


This has nothing to do with table settings but could be inspirational for how to attractively stack the dirty pots after cooking:
A pot man in Amsterdam? Imagine that! (Actually this was in Delft!)




















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