Welcome to the 268th Tablescape Thursday!
Happy Halloween! Are you ready for the Trick or Treaters? Have you been sampling the Halloween candy this past week like I have? You know that’s necessary, just to make sure it isn’t stale or anything.
Okay, remember when I decked out the hutch on the screened porch with pumpkins for Fall?
For this week’s Tablescape Thursday, it was time to get those cute little pumpkin tureens off the shelves and put ’em to work.
Pumpkins are so much fun to use in decorating or on the table because they work great for fall, Halloween or Thanksgiving.
You can just see a wee bit of fall color on the trees in the backyard, now.
A birds-eye view…
The individual soup tureens at each place setting are from Pier 1, this year.
I’m using one of my fave dishware patterns for fall, Spode Woodland. The colors are just so perfect for this time of year.
The salad plate…
The dinner plate… Napkin rings are from Pottery Barn last year and say, “Family and Friends”
I used two mercury-glass pumpkin lanterns (found in Marshalls) in the centerpiece, you may remember them from last year.
The lanterns are on either side of a large soup tureen in the same pattern as the individual tureens at each place setting.
Once lit, the pumpkin lanterns reflected the colors in the tablescape.
You’ll find more Halloween, fall and Thanksgiving table settings under the “Tablescapes” category at the top of BNOTP.
Looking forward to the beautiful tables linked for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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