Welcome to the 181st Tablescape Thursday!
It was another gorgeous day here…is this really February? Since the temps reached 67 degrees today, I headed for the porch for this Tablescape Thursday.
I spotted these eyelet napkins in another table setting linked to TT recently and I made a bee line for Pier 1 to buy a set. I can never resist eyelet fabric, no matter if it’s sheets or a pretty dress.
I love how the eyelet napkin repeats the feel of the pierced chargers. I think you’ll be seeing these napkins again over the summer months. You may remember the dragonfly napkin rings from this previous Summer Tablescape.
Dinner and salad plates are Copeland Spode, Tower. This is the oldest china I own…it dates back to the 1920′s.
Instead of bread on our bread plates, each plate holds a heart-shaped cookie. Who wants bread when we can eat cookies!
I can’t wait to see green leaves on the trees again…must be patient, must be patient. I’m trying.
These pictures were taken late in the day and the setting sun created fun shadows across the porch.
“If I had a single flower for every time I think about you, I could walk forever in my garden.” ~Attributed to Claudia Ghandi
Click on the category header “Tablescapes” for links to many more table settings. Click on the “Holiday” category for links to posts about holiday decorating and holiday table settings.
Chargers: Horchow, 4 years ago
Dinner and Salad Plates: Copeland Spode, Tower, found on eBay
Stemware: Waterford, Iced Beverage pattern is Araglin, Crimson Hock Wine is Lismore
Flatware: Argent, Tuesday Morning, 2 years ago
Red Napkins: HomeGoods, this year
Eyelet Napkins: Pier 1, a few days ago
Napkin Rings: Pier 1 last year, they still have them now
Silveplate Pillar Candle Holders: Marshalls, 2 years ago
Looking forward to the beautiful tablescapes posted for this Tablescape Thursday!
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