Tuesday, November 8, 2011
I will apologize right off for the terrible pictures, it has been a dark, rainy couple of days here on the prairie. Flowers for my birthday from Stasha and kids were the inspiration for this week's table. They have the greens, golds, and rusts of my Vernonware Homespun dishes.
After the Homespun was decided on I started pulling out tablecloths, placemats, napkins, glassware, flatware, etc.
I chose not to use a tablecloth, instead a round green placemat, a rust and brown Vera print napkin and the green handled flatware from World Market.
Not sure of the maker/pattern of the green glassware...you knew I would work lots of green into this table, didn't you?
With the placemats and napkins chosen, I then grabbed the spice/terracotta Pottery Barn Sausalito large dinner plate as the charger.
The dinner plate is by Regalia by Gibson, white with a raised border.
The next layer is the Homespun luncheon plate.
On to the next layer...a white salad plate in the Basket Relief pattern by Pier One.
Finally the Homespun dessert plate for the Colony Whitehall/Cube champagne/tall sherbet to sit on.
The centerpiece "vase"...this was probably one of my favorite yard sale finds...a large Van Briggle pitcher for $5 from about 8 years ago.
Green handled flatware-World Market
Green glassware-Goodwill and ARC Thrift
Terracotta charger plates-Goodwill
White Gibson dinner plates-Savers
Vernonware Homespun plates-Goodwill @37¢ per piece last year
White Pottery Barn-Goodwill
Candle holders-ARC Thrift
Van Briggle pitcher-yard sale
Flowers-Stasha and kids for my birthday last week
Thank you for your visit today...hope you will return again. Hope you all have a great week!
I will be joining:
Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style
Wednesdays Bunny Hop Party at Bunny Jeans Decor
Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps On The Porch
Thrifty Thursday at Tales From Bloggeritaville
Thrifty Things Friday at The Thrifty Groove
Open House Party at No Minimalist Here
Seasonal Sunday at The Tablecaper