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tablescape
 n.— «Tablescaping is one of those concepts that has appeared in recent design literature. It aptly defines the art of placing objects on a surface to make the presentation special and interesting.… Finding the unusual or unexpected object always distinguishes one tablescape from another.» —“Consider the overlooked art of the tablescape” by Charles Gandy Atlanta Journal-Constitution Dec. 3, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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