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insideKENT chatted to Sarah Freeman, owner & founder at BEYOND THE TABLE based in Kent.

“My ethos is that there are no real rules when it comes to hosting at home (except ensuring you are covid compliant!). It is the perfect place to be wildly creative whilst paying attention to personality and detail in order to plan and curate a truly memorable experience for you, your family, and your friends.

Hosting an event from home should be special, an occasion that elevates and goes beyond what’s on the table, incorporating the whole journey including atmosphere, ambience and scene setting to develop a unique sense of occasion.

Now more than ever, spending time around your dinner table with family and friends should be truly special, making the most of time together in small intimate groups. Special occasions and milestones shouldn’t go amiss and BEYOND THE TABLE is a business here to help you do just that”

BEYOND THE TABLE offers a full home event management service as well as tableware hire, styling and dressing. Whether you are seeking advice and guidance on all elements of your home event we can start from scratch to create a complete event concept through to supporting individual elements of your event such as invitations, catering, styling or floristry. BEYOND THE TABLE also offers a unique small scale sustainable tableware hire package, offering you an affordable and responsible way of switching up your tablescape without the outlay of purchasing from new. Our cupboards are full to the brim of unique and one off pieces, with stunning linens to match, bringing you something a little different but always matching your personal style. 

With the festive season just around the corner, BEYOND THE TABLE is on hand and ready to support and elevate your home events, albethey perhaps a little different this year, but by no means less memorable.




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