Welcome to the 94th Tablescape Thursday!
Happy Tablescape Thursday! I’m so excited to share not one, but two delightful tablescapes this evening, created by my sweet and talented friend, Bonnie. I am just tickled each time I hear from Bonnie that she’s created a new tablescape and you know I’m going to ask if I can share it with you!
So grab a glass of something cold and refreshing, sit back and enjoy!
We’ll start off our evening with a beautiful tablescape in Bonnie’s breakfast room. I just love her pineapple chandelier! I fell in love with all things pineapple many years ago on my first trip to Colonial Williamsburg. That’s when I discovered the pineapple is known as a symbol of hospitality. What a perfect design for a chandelier in a room where friends and family will gather.
This tablescape has a Country feel with the gingham and the sunflowers.
Sunflowers salad plates go perfectly with the fresh sunflower centerpiece…
I adore those chargers! Check out this adorable gingham flatware! Bonnie has carried out her theme all the way through this wonderful tablescape!
I love this pic with sweet Sophie in the window.
This is stunning! The lights of the city below…the deep, blue hour sky and look how the stemware almost seems to glow in the candlelight! Totally stunning!
Bonnie, thank-you so much for sharing two delightful, whimsical tablescapes! Love them both!
Salad plates, S&P, Marshalls, years ago
White dinner plates, Pier 1
Yellow bowls, TJ Maxx
Glasses – TJ Maxx
Flatware – Ross
Salad plates, TJ Maxx, years ago
Dinner plates, Ross
Green goblets – Kohl’s
green wines – Tuesday Morning
Vase, Fitz & Floyd -TJ Maxx
Flatware – Ross
Votives – Big Lots
All Linens, Kohl’s
Looking forward to viewing your beautiful tablescapes!
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