Dressing Highboy Tables: Sash or No Sash?

When it comes to decorating highboy tables for an event, there are several ways to “dress the table.”  One of the most common questions is whether or not to use a sash (otherwise known as a tie) on the table cover.

Here are some examples of using a sash:

42" Highboy Table with aqua sash
42″ Highboy Table with aqua sash
42" Highboy Tables with burlap tie
42″ Highboy Tables with burlap tie
42" Highboy Table with magenta silk and yellow mid sash
42″ Highboy Table with magenta silk and yellow mid sash
42" Highboy Table with low sash
42″ Highboy Table with low sash
42" Highboy Table with pink silk and magenta flower knot
42″ Highboy Table with pink silk and magenta flower knot
42" Highboy Table with large bow and lantern
42″ Highboy Table with large bow and lantern

 

Here are some examples of cocktail tables without a sash:

42" Highboy Tables with flowing linen
42″ Highboy Tables with flowing linen
42" Highboy Tables with striped linen
42″ Highboy Tables with striped linen
42" Highboy Tables with red and gold linen
42″ Highboy Tables with red and gold linen
42" Highboy Table with shiny cloth
42″ Highboy Table with shiny cloth
42" Highboy Tables with colored flowing linen
42″ Highboy Tables with colored flowing linen
42" Highboy Tables with two linens
42″ Highboy Tables with two linens

 

Here is an example of intermingling sashes and flowing linen:

30" and 42" Highboy Tables
30″ and 42″ Highboy Tables

 

At the end of the day, it is up to the customer or party planner to “dress the tables” most appropriately.  High-tied sash, mid-tied sash, low-tied sash or no sash?  As you can see, the tables can be be dressed up or down either way, so it’s all personal preference on how to cover a highboy table.

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