Welcome to the 374th Tablescape Thursday!
Before we get into this week’s Tablescape Thursday, I think I have some good news. It appears the Tartan Chargers are back in stock again, at least they are as I’m writing this on Saturday evening. You’ll find them here: Tartan Chargers
Recently Jeri who reads BNOTP, shared some pictures of a tablescape she created for work. Jeri has the enviable job of working at Williams-Sonoma. I would be in so much trouble if I worked there or for Pottery Barn. I’d have to just tell them to keep my paycheck each week! lol
Jerri put together a beautiful table setting using tartan chargers and salad plates along with several of the wonderful pieces William-Sonoma has out this season in their “vintage” collection. The dinner plates are from the vintage line, as is the glassware.
The flatware Jeri chose is simple, but elegant.
I adore these “Gold Rim Coupe” glasses. Designed for toasting, they will hold a generous portion of champagne. They are a reproduction design, as are the other glasses pictured here. Love them! You’ll find them the gold-rimmed glasses here: Champagne Glasses and the other vintage glassware here: Vintage Glassware
Cute Stag Salt & Pepper shakers, made of pewter…
I love these super tall tapers…they really give the table an elegant feel. I’m going to look for those next time I’m in the store.
I’ve always wanted a silver dome big enough to cover a big, fat turkey. It would be fun to bring it to the table for the big reveal. These are silver-plated so very reasonably priced. Plus, I noticed tonight, they are currently on sale. You’ll find the silver domes here: Silverplate Serving Dome
More shiny pretties…gravy boats, napkin rings…
Thanks to Jeri for sharing her vintage style table setting with us for this Tablescape Thursday! I’ll be returning home tomorrow and I’m looking forward to sharing the Sailing With The Scotts design cruise with you soon!
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