Welcome to the 413th Tablescape Thursday!
Pssst: From time to time I get questions about the items used in table settings here at BNOTP and if they are still available. If there’s an item you’ve previously seen in a table setting, if I can find that item still available online, I will add it to the “SHOP-Favorites for the Table” category at the top of the blog. So if you’re ever looking for an item you remember seeing in a previous table, check there for a quick link to that item.
Recently Gina shared some photos with me of a beautiful table she created for a summer dinner with family. I loved it and couldn’t wait to share it with you!
Though it’s a summer table setting, the predominant color of orange in this setting makes it such a perfect table for transitioning into fall, too.
Love this beautiful vase! Le Jardinier is French for, “The Gardener” and Jardin means “Garden.” Gina found it in Michaels.
Aren’t these pewter candle sticks stunning?! They are vintage and Gina found these lovely pieces on eBay. It’s amazing the treasures you can find there!
Orange plates make such a perfect backdrop for the beautiful bird and butterflies salad plates. Gina found her salad plates HERE but not sure if they are still available now. The orange plates are from Dollar Tree.
I love how she layered her chargers. The brown rattan charger grounds the place setting and makes such a great contrast for the rest of the colors in the setting. The rattan chargers are available here: Rattan Chargers and the white chargers are available here: Carved White Chargers
The stemware is vintage crystal that Gina has collected over the years.
Much to the delight of Gina’s dinner guests, the bees have flown right off the salad plates and have landed on the flatware! 🙂 You’ll find this adorable bee flatware available here: Bee Flatware. It’s also available with gold accents here: Bee Flatware with Gold Accents
These darling birdie salt and pepper shakers are currently on sale and you’ll find them here: Birdie Salt and Pepper. Gina found her beautiful, floral placemats, napkins and her table runner in Word Market.
I love these sweet cordials! They are vintage Degenhart Pinwheel glassware.
A huge thanks to Gina for sharing this beautiful table with us! I know her family must have been absolutely delighted when they saw this wonderful table setting she had prepared for them.
This table is such a lovely example of how we can gradually collect pieces over the years as we find them, then pull them all together to create a beautiful table setting. If you collect what you love and what speaks to your heart, you’ll be surprised and delighted to find how those individual pieces all work together when decorating or when setting a table for family and friends. I love how that works!
Thanks again to Gina for sharing this beautiful summer table, a table that’s perfect for this time of year when we’ll soon be transitioning into fall.
Looking forward to all the beautiful tables posted for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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