Art on the table

posted November 20, 2019 at 07:25 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Eating has evolved into a multisensory experience. For a complete and memorable affair, the food must satisfy the palate, delight the olfactory senses, and treat the eyes. 

Art on the table
Tablescape design and dinnerware provider Casa Luxia delivers luxurious settings using premium pieces and one-of-a-kind ornaments.
In addition to dishes masterfully prepared and served, beautifully assembled tables complete a luxurious sit-down dinner. 

Through her tablescape design and dinnerware company Casa Luxia, Ginger King Villavicencio delivers luxurious and memorable dinners in large or intimate settings. 

Casa Luxia’s growing clients include Manila’s well-heeled who value a wonderful table setting akin to a work of art. 

Its tablescapes feature fresh flowers, one-of-a-kind ornaments, and mood-setting details added to the Hermès, Megan Hess, and Piero Fornasetti pieces that anchor the settings. Crystal and premium cutlery add the finishing touches of polish and elegance. 

Upon closer inspection, guests can find personalized touches—such as nameplates—that show the care and love put into each place setting. 

The age of digital photography and social media, the company said, has raised the bar for daily experiences, with an unspoken requirement that moments have to be photogenic for the world’s attention. 

“This has resulted in better curated events, from intimate dinners to large-scale parties. The food does not only have to taste good, but it has to be beautiful; events styling are not just beautiful as a whole but each detail has to be remarkable.”

Art on the table
Crystal and premium cutlery add the finishing touches of polish and elegance to every tablescape.
Go to www.casaluxia.com or www.instagram.com/casaluxia or call 0917-5307890 or email [email protected] for inquiries and more details.

Topics: Casa Luxia , Ginger King Villavicencio , Hermès , Megan Hess , Piero Fornasetti
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