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Styled Settings · A Floral Soirée


Lucy Feagins
Monday 4th September 2017

Today we share the FINAL instalment of our ‘Styled Settings’ video series, created in partnership with Jansz Tasmania. We hope that this series has inspired you to try your hand at some of our super easy styling ideas, to elevate your next social gathering into something a little bit special!

We’re closing the series with a ‘A Floral Soirée’ –  an eclectic, colourful table setting featuring a bold colour palette, hand-decorated vases and vibrant fresh flowers.

This setting offers a bright, contemporary look that brings together bold colour, painterly details and fresh blooms. We selected colourful patterned table linen, and decorated our own striking glass vases to complete the look. For this brilliantly vibrant affair, we served Jansz Tasmania Vintage Rosé – a fragrant, delicately pink sparkling wine with aromas of rose water, quince blossom and strawberries.

Life’s too short not to drink good sparkling. Visit to view the collection and purchase online.


Film by SIRAP, photographs by Caitlin Mills. Shot on location at David Bromley’s Studio, with table linen by Bonnie and Neil, Tableware by Ikea and Country Road, glassware from Riedel, and handcrafted vases made using Dulux acrylic housepaint. Special thanks to David and Yuge Bromley for the amazing location!

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