Style your summer table with Arthur Price

Before Instagram, I never knew much about interiors, and I didn’t even know what styling was about! Seriously!!! So it has been really nice to make friends with and collaborate with people who have a real flair for these things.

Nancy Straughan a talented stylist, is someone I met through Instagram and since then we have collaborated together on many projects, as well as developed a lovely friendship.

It was a wonderful opportunity when the prestigious cutlery brand Arthur Price asked me to photograph their lovely cutlery and Nancy was working on a project with Habitat that we thought we could combine the two, and work on a project together.

Nancy chose the colour themes and items for styling that would match with Arthur Prices timeless Warick range.

Nancy chose a light and bright simple theme, with a small blue and green colour pop. Styling with simple oak leaves and foliage. A perfect setting for this time of year.

The Arthur Price Warick range is a simple and stylish range of cutlery that works well for everyday dining and also for something a little more special. The habitat range of dinner and tableware worked beautifully with the range, to create a stylish but effortless tablescape.

Combining old with the new is a way of making your table unique to you.
Nancy used foraged oak leaves that look simple and stunning
Using natural elements such as these pears with fern creates texture and interest.


The beautiful blue of the napkins and runner from Habitat worked so well with the white



I have used Arthur Price cutlery for 14 years. I first invested in a set when I got married, and still use them today. They still look as stylish ever and have really stood the test of time. Investing in a quality cutlery set makes all the difference to a table setting and also how you enjoy your food.  The signature Warick range is simple and stylish with smooth lines that would work in a modern or more traditional setting.


Don’t be afraid to experiment with different types of foliage and see what works together.
Once finished the tablescape looked so inviting, we both couldn’t wait to test out our lunch here



Both I and Nancy really enjoyed working on this project. I really love decorating a table and it was lovely to see how Nancy would create this clean fresh scandi summer look.

It took a few simple elements and very little time to really make this dinner table look inviting and elegant. If you would like to see more of Nancy’s work, you can find her on Instagram Here and her website Here

You can find the Habitat Kitchenware Here and the Arthur Price Warick range Here

I hope you have found this blog post inspiring, and hope you can take elements from here to style your own tables.  I would love to see what you create,  so do send me your pictures via Instagram

This blog post was kindly sponsored by Arthur Price Cutlery, however, all thoughts are my own.

Thank you so much for stopping by

Tia xx




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