Dining On The Rooftop
An elegant space allows guests to dine alfresco high above the city.
TV hosts Steven Sabados and Chris Hyndman initally wanted black wrought-iron dining furniture for their rooftop terrace, but happened upon a teak set with caned chairs and a glass-topped table. Rooftops are windy, so hardy trees that do well in containers — such as the evergreens placed on either side of the mirrored armoire — are a good pick for added greenery. An elegant table setting was achieved with simple white dishes and grey linen napkins. A large bowl filled with limes is a simple and inexpensive centerpiece.