About Quadrille Books: London-based publisher Quadrille Books is home to many great authors like Gordon Ramsey, Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro Contaldo (Two Greedy Italians), Bill Granger, Anissa Helou, Skye Gyngell, Peggy Porschen and Anjum Anand. In 2010, they launched the New Voices in Food series to give up-and-coming foodies the opportunity to showcase their recipes in print. Their catalogue is not limited to food, however. They also boast a vast collection of home, garden and craft titles from well-known designers like Tricia Guild, Kelly Hoppen and Cath Kidston. Their new catalog can be found online here. Their blog, which features previews of upcoming books, can be found here.
Above image: We fashioned a tiny Eiffel Tower out of a single piece of copper wire. Bend a length of copper wire so there are about 4 inches on one side. Twist at the bend about three-quarters of the way down. Twist the longer side of the wire upward from the bottom, curve it across to the other leg and twist back down. Cut off any excess. Red striped dinnerware set from West Elm Market.
With our copy of the deeply beautiful Kinfolk Table in hand, we decided to throw a little dinner party of our own—with a dark autumnal twist. With warm, hearty dishes and easily crafted decorations (including a beautiful skull garland and a shibori-style tablecloth), it was the perfect occasion for some chilly-weather warmth.