The blue and white wall. To their credit, they are neither selling nor displaying a copy of Carolyne Roehm's newish book A Passion for Blue and White which is mentioned and featured ad nausea these days. I get the feeling they like like this blue and white idea all on their own: Since the Herend pattern at center front is a stunner.
I don't recommend this setting method at home for actual meals: When you have a fine table with beautiful finish use a table pad, then a softening barrier like tight felt as good restaurants would, and a table cloth. Even the most even of serving hands could spill on the finish and that could be fierce and devastating depending on the nature of the spillage.
While I am not the biggest fan of gold chargers, this is perfect together: Light touches of gold on the plate rims keeps it from pretentious overkill. And I adore the sterling and crystal centerpiece not adulterated with a ton of crap. Easy-go'ers, they are.
Right. One day it will be spring again. I love this wall but was not expecting pastel, it was refreshing and stopped me cold in my Jackson-booted steps.
Sharp and unexpected: The two single best things any table setting can be. I love the sterling's handles playing off the color of the wood and how well balanced the green and cream are along side. The touch of silver in the knot pulls back in the flatware tips. Comes full circle beautifully.