Welcome to the 115th Tablescape Thursday!
I started this tablescape on the porch a week or so ago when the weather was still in the 70’s. By the time I took pics today, it was rainy and somewhat chilly out. I had so much fun playing though, I forgot all about the dreary weather.
As you view this tablescape, imagine it with woven or ratan chargers in a warm brown. Unfortunately, I didn’t have any but that would have been just perfect. 🙂
Mikasa provided the beautiful china I’m using today. You’ll probably recognize the pieces I used for my centepiece from the summer view of my porch hutch.
I removed the lids from the coffee/teapot and cookie jar and placed fresh mums inside.
Hope you don’t mind…our feathered friends have decided to join us.
They were originally ornaments and I removed their tiny hooks.
They have little clips underneath so they could be secured to a branch. I used the clips to secure them to the napkins.
I loved their long feathery tails.
China is Mikasa, pattern is Daylight. First the bowl…
And the dinner plate…
This pattern also comes with cups/saucers. I love the solid green saucers.
It’s almost as if the vine on the plates grew right across the table and onto the Ma Maison centerpiece.
Dinner, Salad and Bowl were provided by Mikasa, Pattern is, Daylight
Cookie Jar, Tea Pot and Creamer/Sugar are Tabletops Unlimited, Designed by Dario Farrucci, Pattern is Ma Maison (found at HomeGoods a few years back)
Stemware: Pier 1, 1-2 years ago
Faux Bamboo flatware: Big Lots (I think)
Napkins and Napkin Rings and Candle Holders: Kohls, 2-3 years ago
Bird Ornaments: Garden Ridge
After you visit all the wonderful tablescapes posted for this TT, click HERE for a little more tablescape inspiration.
Looking forward to viewing your beautiful tablescapes!
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