Welcome to the 111th Tablescape Thursday!
We are finally starting to get some cooler temps here in Georgia. I have to be honest with you guys…I’m just not a cool weather fan. But I do love fall colors so putting together a fall tablescape was a lot of fun.
I kept my centerpiece simple since I had a lot going on color wise in this tablescape. Ummm, wonder how a few acorns from the huge oak tree that lives in my front yard would have looked scattered here and there on the table? Have to file that idea away for later…
You may remember these soup tureens from my Thanksgiving tablescape last year. I found them last fall on sale for an great price in Williams-Sonoma near my home. They sold out quickly…don’t know if they are available again this year or not.
They came in two colors…gold and this rich brown…
Salad plates are from Pier 1 a couple of years ago. I found six, 4-piece place settings (dinner, salad, bowl and mug) plus a large platter, cake plate, triple divided server and trivets for around $100 total, as I recall. Can’t beat those prices. Watch for the sales at the end of the season…best time to buy.
Dinner plates are Country Cupboard by Pfaltzgraff…the leaf and floral design is just perfect for fall.
Other pieces in a place setting of this china include a salad plate, bowl and mug…
Candle Holder is from Hobby Lobby a few years back…
Napkin rings were purchased at Kohl’s (I think) a few years ago…
They came in two color/designs. Napkins are from Marshalls a few years ago. Gold, glass chargers are from the clearance isle of Hobby Lobby at the end of fall last year.
Flatware is Treble Clef by Gourmet Settings…
If you follow BNOTP on Facebook (link is on sidebar) you already know about these cute leafy glasses from Dollar Tree. I posted on BNOTP FB wall the day I bought them and quite a few folks ran out and bought them the next day. Who can resist at a $1 a glass! Gold goblets are a find at A Classy Flea recently…8 glasses for only $18. Love the Flea!
Found Mr. Squirrel with his salt and pepper acorns last year at Cracker Barrel. Many of you also bought him after I posted about him on Facebook .He looks rather happy with the acorns he’s gathered for fall.
Thanks for stopping by for a fall evening on the porch…
Resources for this tablescape:
Chargers: Hobby Lobby, last fall
Dinner Plates: Pfaltzgraff, Country Cupboard, provided by Lifetime Brands
Salad Plates: Pier 1, a few years ago
Acorn Soup Tureens: Williams-Sonoma, last fall
Wine Goblets: A Classy Flea, a few weeks ago
Leaf Iced Beverage Glass: Dollar Tree, a few weeks ago
Flatware: Gourmet Settings, Treble Clef from HomeGoods
Napkins: Marshalls, last fall
Leaf Napkin rings: Kohl’s, a few years ago
Tall Candle Holder: Hobby Lobby, a few years ago
Looking forward to viewing your beautiful tablescapes!
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