VIDEO BLOG – Tablescapes (Part 2): Symmetry and Balance

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Today, my video blog demonstrates how to achieve the design principle of “symmetry and balance”.

When creating a tablescape, adding two similar accessories on either end of the arrangement is the first step in realizing this goal. As shown in the video, adding the correct accessories in the center of the arrangement completes the polished look.  However, the “right” accessories does not necessarily mean that you must use large quantities of objects. That is a matter of personal taste. Sometimes, “simple” can be just as effective. Regardless of how many accessories you choose to use in your tablescape, they should be meaningful pieces that adhere to the design principles discussed in this week’s video blogs.

Stay tuned through the weekend to see the final “tablescapes” video blog, where I will show you some common design errors and how to correct them.

NOW, GO HAVE AN “It’s So Fabulous!” DAY!

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Stylish, sophisticated and dramatic, Kimberly Grigg brings her unique talents to client’s homes across the country and to her retail boutique, Knotting Hill Interiors. An award winning retail boutique and an award winning full service design firm, Knotting Hill offers luxury interior design, renovation and remodeling services, custom design, childrens rooms and nurseries and accessorizing. The retail boutique sells fabric, home furnishings, retail design, lamps, accessories, art, upscale furniture consignment, gifts, fashion and jewelry. Voted “Best on the Beach” in both retail and design, our customers say that this place and this process is truly “enchanted”! Knotting Hill Interiors is based in Myrtle Beach South Carolina and is located at 7751 North Kings Hwy.