C California Style

Double Take

by C California Style

Interior designers Kyle Irwin and Mary McDonald create inspirational tablescapes at Barneys New York, fit for just about every type of registry.

WINEGLASS Saint-Louis, $285; TUMBLER Clancy Designs, $54; BOWL  Jess Panza, $125;  NAPKIN RING Match, $36; FLATWARE Barneys New York, five-piece setting, $375; PLACE MAT La Gallina Matta, $28; CHARGER Match, $275; PLATES & BOWL Simple Life dinner plate, $62; dessert plate, $58; bowl, $40; SALT CELLAR Match, $110; BREAD PLATE Match, $75.

WINEGLASS Saint-Louis, $285; TUMBLER Clancy Designs, $54; BOWL Jess Panza, $125; NAPKIN RING Match, $36; FLATWARE Barneys New York, five-piece setting, $375; PLACE MAT La Gallina Matta, $28; CHARGER Match, $275; PLATES & BOWL Simple Life dinner plate, $62; dessert plate, $58; bowl, $40; SALT CELLAR Match, $110; BREAD PLATE Match, $75. Photographed by Lily Lodge.

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PHOTO: Robert Richmond.

“I am just crazy for these marbleized dishes, and adding the pewter charger takes it up a notch. This classic look works for any season by just changing out flowers and linens.”
–Kyle Irwin.

 

 

 

 

 

VASE Nine Iron Studios, $365; WINEGLASS Marc Blackwell, $75; PLACE-CARD HOLDER Finell, $190/set of four; TUMBLER Nouvel, $26; PLACE MAT Deborah Rhodes, $20; FLATWARE Mepra, five-piece setting, $135; PLATES & BOWL Jaune de Chrome bread plate, $135; dinner plate, $185; soup bowl, $185; SALT CELLAR Saikai Toki Trading, $115; NAPKIN Tina Chen Design, $34; VASES Caleb Siemon, $298 each.

VASE Nine Iron Studios, $365; WINEGLASS Marc Blackwell, $75; PLACE-CARD HOLDER Finell, $190/set of four; TUMBLER Nouvel, $26; PLACE MAT Deborah Rhodes, $20; FLATWARE Mepra, five-piece setting, $135; PLATES & BOWL Jaune de Chrome bread plate, $135; dinner plate, $185; soup bowl, $185; SALT CELLAR Saikai Toki Trading, $115; NAPKIN Tina Chen Design, $34; VASES Caleb Siemon, $298 each. Photographed by Lily Lodge.

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PHOTO: Robert Richmond.

“Juxtaposing the matte brass flatware with earth tones, and china to mimic hand-thrown pottery gives this setting a current vibe with a range of entertaining possibilities for all occasions.”
–Mary McDonald.