Hello Dear Readers!
I’m back again with another tablescape this week,
a Woodland Fall Tablescape.
I recently acquired some Woodland Spode
dinnerware and just could not wait to use them.
Join me and 6 additional blog friends
as we present our Fall Tablescapes
for your enjoyment and great Fall inspiration.
The links to their beautiful posts are at the
end of my post.
I had many ideas about the centerpiece
for the table . . . a garland of faux pumpkins and gourds,
a flower arrangement . . . however, when I spied my
vintage basket, I knew that a simple arrangement was
the choice for today’s table.
I began with a Orange Kalanchoe that I had
purchased for the house and simply tucked it
in the basket.
I had some seeded eucalyptus leftover from
along with some gerbera daises. I inserted the daisies
and eucalyptus in floral water tubes and placed them
in the vintage basket. A quick and easy centerpiece.
I discovered this vintage basket tucked into a corner
in an antique shop spattered with some cobwebs
without a sales tag. “Five dollars please and the
cobwebs are free”, said the shopkeeper. Sold!
I so love these Woodland Spode plates. I am adding
more to my collection; however, today I will just be working
with 4 salad plates.
The plaid runner was a find several years ago
at the Country Living Fair in Atlanta
from the vendor, French Laundry.
I thought the colors were perfect for Fall decor.
The chargers are from the Southern Living Collection
that I found at Dillard’s.
The dinner and large salad plate are Lenox Butler’s Pantry.
The napkins are natural European linen that have
a beautifully embroidered wheat sheaf.
I purchased these exquisite napkins from
Flatware from Horchow and stemware from Lenox.
This is a possible look for my Thanksgiving table.
I so hope that I can have Thanksgiving in our new
dining room this year. CV-19 has certainly more than
dampened so many wonderful celebrations this year.
I have always wanted a fireplace in my dining room
and finally got one. Now I just have to be patient
and wait until it is safe to have guests around the table
with the fire going! In the meantime, I shall just
live vicariously through setting the table
and hoping there will be love, laughter,
and memory making around it soon!
Now it is time to for you to visit my fellow
Fall Tablescape friends.
The links to their most Fall inspiring posts are below.
And Me! ~ Housepitality Designs
A huge thank you to Cindy of Cindy Hattersley Design
in coordinating this wonderful Natural Fall Tablescapes today!
Have a most beautiful day everyone!