Tuesday, March 29, 2016
A Tribal Table
I needed something calming after all the color of the last month with the Easter settings. I found this piece of zebra fabric several months ago to cover a small foot stool. There was more than enough left for a table runner. Right now I just have it folded, not sewn. I am calling this my tribal table!
I pulled out the double sided black and white polka dotted napkins, then started on the dishes and glassware.
The plate stack began with white wood chargers, a large white dinner plate, being used as a charger, a black dinner plate and finally a black and white transferware salad plate.
I chose solid black glassware.
The flatware is International. I still haven't sat down to look up the pattern, one day soon!
I had tried a couple different black napkin rings, then remembered black masks I bought a couple years ago for a NYE tablescape, but never used. We can pretend they are tribal masks.
The alstroemeria and carnations were still looking good from the Easter table, so they served as the centerpiece on this table.
The last picture is the rolls I made for a family dinner with family, that I ended up not being able to go to, due to my back being out of whack for a few days...it seems to be almost back to normal, now.
If you want to make very easy, delicious rolls, here is the recipe.
Thanks for visiting today, hope you will come back next time.
Polka dotted/print napkins-made by a friend, Joen
Black Masks and flowers-WalMart
White wood charger-Pier One
White oversized dinner plate and transferware salad plate-Royal Stafford
Black finner plateWaechtersbach
I will be joining
Talk Of The Town/Beyond The Picket Fence
Thoughts of Home On Thursday/Decor To Adore
Dishing It & Digging It/Rustic & Refined