McLeansville, NC - When it comes to your dinner table, your centerpiece should demand attention. Flowers and dinnerware are a good way to dress up your table and make it seasonable for Spring.
You can learn about the season's hottest colors, mediums and industry techniques at a free Spring Design Seminar Saturday, March 23rd at Replacement's Ltd. in McLeansville.
Design pros John Griffith and Keith Winkler will share their expertise on how to create trendy tables by mixing old and new.
"It doesn't matter whether your dinnerware is twenty years old or if you purchased it just last month, patterns are timeless through the magic of mixing and matching," says Visual Merchandiser John Griffith. "We are going to show you how to infuse color, shape and design elements to reflect your own personal style. I think people will be surprised to learn how simple tweaks can give a table a fresh look."
"Our goal is to provide ideas that will spark your creativity and inspire you to be bold and have fun in trying new things at home," says Winkler, Replacements' product marketing and business development manager. "You will leave Replacements knowing how to dress up sentimental favorites for formal entertaining, or just as easily dress down your tableware for a casual evening with friends. We'll also touch on floral arranging and how to create memorable and unique centerpieces."
Seminars are scheduled for 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. These events are free but advance registration is requested due to limited space. For more information or to sign up for sessions, contact John Griffith at firstname.lastname@example.org or (336) 697-3000, ext. 2954.