A timeless look of creams, beiges, and everything in between, will never go out of style.
Photography by Hudi Greenberger
Neutral Palette for Minimal Effort
Although splashes of color are eye-catching and vibrant, nothing says chic like a soft, muted color palette of neutrals. Peaceful and classic, shades of beige, ivory, and white stand the test of time. With all the time and effort that goes into making Pesach, I wanted this table to be easy to replicate. The neutral color palette can easily blend with your home decor, allowing you to set your Seder table with minimal effort.
LeShanah Habaah B’Yerushalayim
The artwork on the wall blends with the soothing colors on the table. The Kosel image is perfect for the Seder, which we hope to celebrate this year in Yerushalayim.
Updated Shiurim Chart
When I think of a Pesach table, after the obvious ke’arah and kosos, my mind goes to the shiurim chart that graces most of our tables. I wanted to create a shiurim chart that would be both beautiful and functional. This shiurim placemat has a dainty floral motif on one side and a chart in coordinating colors on the other. It’s made out of Lucite, ideal for the Seder when we expect the usual wine and grape juice spills.
Place Card with Pizzazz
Why is this place card different from all the other place cards? It can also serve as a bookmark for your Haggadah. Punch a hole at the top of each card, loop a ribbon through, and write your guest’s name on the front. I love how they coordinate with the floral motif of the placemats.
Elegant and Timeless
A combination of modern minimalism with touches of elegance, topped off with airy blooms and touches of gold, gives you the perfect recipe for a contemporary yet timeless Pesach table. The sleek design of this becher, too, enhances the clean and classic feel of the table.
Dress your Seder table with this stunning centerpiece. The mix of apricot-hued flowers, white tulips, champagne roses, and delicate twigs is both pristine and inviting.
This Haggadah is a piece of art for your table. The cover adds a cheerful pop of color, while the image fits with the theme of Pesach. What better way to read the Haggadah than to see it visually unfold with hand-painted images?
Becher courtesy of Uvtuvo, 323-325-5955
Kosel painting courtesy of Libby Klein Art, 917-881-4633
Gold and white flatware and gold rim stemware courtesy of Settings and Co., 347-990-2242
Table and chairs courtesy of B & B Tent and Party Rental, 732-886-5510
Haggadah by Yaeli Vogel
Custom charger/shiurim chart and seating card courtesy of The Stamp Studio, email@example.com, 732-281-7088
(Originally featured in Family Table Issue 686)
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