Tablescape Tuesday – The Blues   23 comments

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This was a fun table to put together this week!  I found the blue dishes that were made in England at Goodwill for $2.99 each.  The napkins were an anniversary gift.  The tablecloth is a flat sheet that I had actually used as a bedskirt until I changed the colors in the my guest room.  The blue stemware is plastic.  These are the wine glasses we use for outside entertaining.

The centerpiece is a tin I purchased at Goodwill for $3 and filled with silk hydrangeas that I had.  The candlescape is actually potpouri “strategically placed” and lastly the napkin “rings” are left over Christmas decor I had.  I just added a blue flower from the potpouri pack.

Happy Tablescaping!  For more fun table decorating, head on over to Between Naps on the Porch

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23 responses to “Tablescape Tuesday – The Blues

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  1. Calm, serene, and simply beautiful! The plates are amazing and the little couple are such a nice touch! ~Rhonda 🙂

  2. So so lovely. I am very envious of the energy involved in finding all the goodies and blending them so beautifully together.
    My actual dining table is not in a place that photographs well, although it is a very good spot for it. If I had that energy I envy the trick might be to get a card table from the shed and set that up in a nice clear space I have.
    I must go through my Mum’s linens and that would prompt me.
    Mind you the odd patchwork fabric could make a fine table cloth.

  3. I especially love the two figurines. Those are wonderful.

  4. Oh so pretty. I love the square plates mixed with blue and white.

  5. Wow, I want to shop your goodwill! Sush a happy atmosphere! I love the combo!

  6. Beautiful tablescape, with such pleasing colors. Great job!

  7. I love those blue plates! What a find! Our goodwill doesn’t seem to be as nice as yours 🙂

    I am hosting a Trim the Tree Thursday to show off everyones holiday decorations (any holiday-not just Christmas) if you are interested comment on my page!

  8. Those plates were a great find & I’d have neevr guessed that the goblets were plastic! Beautiful table!!!!

  9. I like it. I would never have guessed those blue goblets were plastic! Boy I’m seriously ready for a Bellevue Goodwill fix! :0) Love the napkin decoration and the potpouri candles… (What a funny word potpouri)

  10. VERY CLASSY.HONEY IF I USED PLASTIC GLASSES,THEY WOULD SCREAM”I’M PLASTIC”.YOURS EVEN SHINE IN THE LIGHT. WELL DONE,WELL DONE…ANN

  11. Your table is just lovely….I love the blue. I cannot believe the finds some of you in Blogland find at Goodwill! Amazing.

  12. I haven’t been here before. But I am really taken with your blue and white setting. I love the simple tranquility of that color combination. And you managed to use real thrift while at the same time making it very elegant and tasteful.
    Brenda

  13. I really like the china figurines as well. They fit perfectly with your table decor.

  14. What a beautiful table you’ve set! Now, I agree with others, those figurenes just top it all off!!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia:)

  15. Those two different blue plates are fantastic – I would have picked those up in a heartbeat!! Sally

  16. Your table is so lovely and calm. Thanks for saying where you got things, It gives us all inspiration. Peggy from PA

  17. Lovely table, with such delightful accessorizing.

  18. Love the soft blue goblets. Wonderful job!

  19. What a lovely tablescape. I love that china. What a deal you got. This just looks elegantly beautiful. laurie

  20. My favorite thing on the table are the 2 women with what appears to be some attitude!!! The blue plates are pretty too. I thought the wine glasses were glass! Nice finds.

  21. I really like the square chargers with the round plates, very eye-catching.

  22. Love the blue and white. What a wonderful buy at Goodwill.
    Jean in Virginia

  23. You set a very pretty table. It’s amazing the bargains you found. I love the alternation of the blue plates on the square dinner plates. you can never go wrong with hydrangeas and the the addition of the little figurines is a the perfect touch! ~ Robyn

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