Post # 1
Hi Guys! Just playing with table arrangements today….which one do you like best? Week are having long tables with 5-6 people on each side, so will be bigger tables than the pics below. Appreciate your input on what looks best!
Jars in clusters?
Jars in clustered lines?
Or spread out lines?
Thanks all! Xx
Post # 3
I feel like the clusters would be more convenient for people sitting across from each other than the clustered lines. But I like the first two options!
Post # 4
*we, not week! Sorry… Can’t seem to edit the post..
Post # 5
#1 looks great!
I was stuck between 1 and 2 but then I thought, 2 kinda looks like you’re buiilding a wall between the people across the table; 1 seems more integrated. I’m not a fan of 3.
Post # 6
I love #2!The only problem would be if someone needed to reach across the table… which I don’t really see being a problem. Might a make a suggestion though? Move them closer to the middle, I’m kinda feeling like you shouldn’t have lit candles( even though they’re small) that close to the table edge. And I think it might look even better 😉
Post # 7
I prefer the look of the clustered lines. Mason jars are short enough that reaching across the table, e.g. to pass the salt and pepper, won’t be a problem.
On the longer table, the candles won’t be so close to the end of the table.
Post # 10
I think #2 looks the most romantic
Post # 11
As many others, I like both 1 and 2 – could you make the clustered line a little more random? I think that would make it look more spontaneous and not so arranged.
Post # 12
Thanks everyone – #2 has it!
Post # 13
I think the clusters are most attractive and will be most pleasing and practical.
To me, the densely clustered lines will create a visual and spatial barrier that I would not like, and the single line is not as cozy or attractive as the clusters.