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farm to tablescape on a budget

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Pulling from the venue space, salvaged materials tied into the rustic decor worked to keep costs down. Repurposed wine and beer bottles and empty tin cans created texture and visual interest, and foraged rosemary offered the pop of fresh greenery and helped the centerpiece smell amazing as well. 

All in all, this centerpiece display shows that you can create beautiful designs on any budget, even that of $200.

Architects without Borders is a non-profit that offers architecture + design to low-income communities, including those in other countries. For their annual fundraiser event, they needed thirty tables to be decorated on a very small budget. 

A farm to table concept was the perfect solution for stretching a tight budget while also working with the event's venue of a historic industrial crane factory.

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Photography @ Tina Witherspoon

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