Welcome to the 329th Tablescape Thursday!
Have you ever gotten a surprise call from a friend who was in town and suddenly realized you were going to have company for dinner? When that happened to Laura, instead of panicking like I may have 🙂 she seized the opportunity to put together a warm and inviting Woodland themed table setting. Laura is definitely quick on her feet because the table she created is delightful!
Laura decided to create a “woodland” table setting for the occasion. The tablecloth she used is a hide fabric Laura had previously used when she created a safari themed tablescape for her husband’s birthday several months before. The white chargers, faux bois silver plates and larger anters are from ZGallerie. The beautiful salad plates are Spode Woodland and are winter scenes featuring elk and mule deer.
The bread plates are Royal Tudor Ware, Coaching Taverns that Laura found at a thrift shop several years ago. The sterling is her MIL’s pattern, State House Silver, Stately.
Laura said, “Wooden napkin rings were purchased from a Live an Artful Life Gallery in The Plains, Virginia. The deer antler ornaments I’d purchased after your post on Christmas ornaments reminded me of how awesome they are.”
Beautiful amber stemware is perfect with this woodland setting.
Love the pretty deer centerpiece Laura chose for her Woodland setting.
Laura, thanks so much for sharing your cozy, woodland tablescape. It’s feels just right on this cold New Year’s day!
Looking forward to all the beautiful tablescapes posted for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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