I'm having a dinner party this weekend and I have lofty ambitions of making it look like a kinfolk spread. I'd really appreciate direction towards any how-to articles about achieving this style, or whatever tips and tricks you have up your sleeve for making a table setting look elegant but rustic.
FYI, I'm hoping to eat outside, but I'll adjust as necessary according to our unpredictable PNW weather.
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