Tablescape Tuesday!   16 comments

Susan at Between Naps on the Porch hosts Tablescape Tuesday:

Each Tuesday, participants will be posting a tablescape of their choice on their blog. It can be a single place setting, a bistro table set for two or a full blown dinner table, for a party of six or more…what ever tickles your fancy. Have fun with it!

This is my first week participating and to start things off I would like to share my fall table…

 

 Can’t wait to see the other tablescapes – I love that word – tablescape!

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16 responses to “Tablescape Tuesday!

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  1. I am in love with your plates. Where on earth did you get them? I love the simple beading along the edge and the colors are wonderful! Please share. Such a pretty tablescape.

  2. So glad to find you through Tablescape Tuesday. You have beautiful pictures. I will be back again. 🙂

  3. ahhh, what a lovely table. Such beautiful dishes. Thanks so much for sharing. oh, and I just love the little napkin bag!

  4. So are you going to give away our secret place to buy things FM or GW?? You’ve done a fabulous job with your fall table. Love it….

  5. I adore the small leaf and pumpkin dishes. They are totally perfect for wedges of lemon to go with your iced tea or over your meat and or vegetables. Very charming table.

  6. Thanks for checking out my blog…I am so glad I came by here today…You set a beautiful table and I love the idea of the little napkin bag! Your crystal is gorgeous…I’ll be back to visit again! 😉 Bo

  7. Your table looks lovely. I really like the napkin in the bag. Cute idea!

  8. I enjoy the varied textures of your glass and ceramic plates. The entire tablescape is colorful and pleasing.

  9. That’s absolutely gorgeous!

  10. Okay, now I’m jealous because I don’t have anything half this nice!

  11. How pretty!! Those little pumpkin dishes between the place settings are adorable. Enjoyed my visit and thanks for stopping by my Tablescape Tuesday post. Sally

  12. Lovely table. I just don’t feel the fall spirit here, it’s 90 today. But you are giving me glimpses.

  13. Oh this is gorgeous…. I love the pouch for the napkin… it is so unique… I may have to borrow that idea… 🙂 Thanks so much for your kind comments on my tablescape over at Susan’s betweennapsontheporch… hugs ~lynne ~ aka decorator101 over at RMS

  14. Wow, what a beautiful collage of your festive fall tablescape. I really enjoyed it. Love the little bags for the napkins! So delicate.
    be good,
    santa

  15. I love the manner in which you celebrate fall and then have Thanksgiving and Christmas. We have Spring with things like tulip displays in the hills here and Floriade in Canberra our national capital city where the entire gardens are planted out. I have only seen pictures as it is quite a lot of walking.
    Then in Nov we have Melbourne Cup Day which is a public holiday …for a horse race….only in Australia.!!
    Then even thinking about Christmas as the weather gets warmer is a bit of a gamble. It could be 20C or 40C. So it is hard to plan meals. However most
    of try to have roast meats and vegetables and plum pudding. A lot have prawns or other sea food which is not my scene and then many more are on holidays. So when Autumn begins, it is a sigh of relief that the heat is abating and depending on where in the country you live….the further south and then the higher up in the south gives the best colors in autumn foliage.
    But we have not traditionally celebrated Halloween. In fact my Church upbringing would have greatly discouraged it as would many of the main line churches a few decades ago. It is now being picked up but is a bit of a foreign import that does not sit all that happily here as the traditions are not there.
    So I have never seen a fall table set. I love to bring in glory vine in all its rich colors inside in vases etc but these are very new….and lovely.

  16. Both you and Ellen set the most beautiful tables I’ve ever seen. Gorgeous!

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