Our New Spring Collection Through the Lens of Our Most Stylish Clients

Our New Spring Collection Through the Lens of Our Most Stylish Clients

March 8, 2024

We are loving how our incredible community of tastemakers and trendsetters have infused their unique style into our new spring table linens. From romantic canal-side patios to charming breakfast nooks, these snapshots showcase the versatility of our pastel gingham linens in endless settings. We hope to inspire you to set a pretty spring scene of your own as we explore the art of styling our newest collection through the eyes of our most creative HTH clients.

Los Angeles-based interior designer, Alex Yeske, set an elevated yet relaxed table in her dining room using our Gingham Dove table linens. We love how she played with scale and layered each setting on top of Mini Gingham placemats. Alex kept this look light and pretty by incorporating cream florals in vintage silver bud vases, which tie back to the cream flatware. The tiny green leaves on the plates are another subtle spring element that we find so charming and match beautifully with the stems of the florals and the subtle green glassware.

You can follow Alex on Instagram at @alexyeske

Jennie Hammar Schmitz, the owner of the scented candle brand Moreno Candles, created an elegant table in her backyard featuring our Gingham Rosa linens. The rose hue made for a feminine foundation of this pretty scene set for a girl’s brunch. We are inspired by her use of tea towels to line a bread basket and shade a silver bucket of chilled champagne. Moreno’s signature Point Dume candle filled the air with the smells of Black Currant, Freesia, Rose, Patchouli, and White Musk.

You can follow Jennie on Instagram at @jennieham

Holistic nutrition consultant, Alexandra Mendelis, brought a bright and airy vibe to her breakfast nook with our Sunflower Gingham linens. At HTH, one of our favorite tabletop decor tricks is to repurpose kitchen items to enhance the table’s appeal – we adore Alexandra’s use of lemons and limes to bring everything together. Cut branches of acacia in a vintage pot take this look to the next level.

You can follow Alexandra on Instagram at @peachgrove.co

Newport-based influencer, Sarah Horton, transforms her outdoor dining patio with Gingham Dove. With a stunning view overlooking the canal, Sarah effortlessly weaves pre-loved antiques into her romantic tablescape. From thrifted dining chairs to a salvaged pedestal showcasing an oversized floral centerpiece, Sarah’s curated use of vintage pieces never disappoints.

You can follow Sarah on Instagram at @sarahchapellhorton

Shop our entire Spring 2024 collection and share with us how you style our linens with #HTHIRL.