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Tablescaping: Notes on a Concept Mash-Up (Let’s Make It Christmas)

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Tablescaping: Notes on a Concept Mash-Up (Let’s Make It Christmas)

Like ‘Manscaping’ but with tables. And Mariah Carey. We have the goods. Intrigued? Read on.   Gentlepeople, lend me your eyeballs. Don’t worry, I’ll give them back. But for now, it’s time to unpack the Ye Olde practice of setting the table. And when I say ‘Ye Olde’, I mean it. Older than your Grannie’s Grannie. The Ancient Romans and Greeks, to be precise. They were the first to document the enactment of making tables look lovely. They practised it to mark special occasions and showcase opulence by using “plenty of hand-painted pottery, embossed silver and even engraved glass” (Thanks for...

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Blend In By Standing Out: Drinkware That Will Add a Little Zazz to Your Daily Liquid Consumption.

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Blend In By Standing Out: Drinkware That Will Add a Little Zazz to Your Daily Liquid Consumption.

Yeah, you read me right: Zazz. With three Z’s. Is it even an Oxford English Dictionary-sanctioned word? Who knows!? Not me, but it just about does a full vibe check for these colourful cups we have for you here at Pulp. Think of them as ‘drip’ (aka cool fashion) for your kitchen. If you don’t know what I mean, GYAT !! (ahem, get your act together). Apologies for the overwhelming Gen Z lexicon; I was having a moment. The earliest known drinking vessels date back to the Upper Paleolithic age (50,000 years ago), known for  the emergence of more sophisticated...

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