Monday, November 16, 2009

My First Tablescape Thursday - Fall Lunch for Two

So excited to participate in my first Tablescape Thursday sponsored by Between Naps on the Porch. I decided to start out simple and pretend I was setting the table for myself and a close friend. Hence the name, "A Fall Lunch for Two." I used only what I already had on hand. To keep things light and airy, I opted for a monotone color palette.
What I used:

Table and chairs - antique oak English dough table from a North Carolina flea market
Chair seat cover - vintage grain sack
Plates - vintage white Independence Ironstone by Interpace
Napkins - linen from Pottery Barn
Flatware - stainless steel by Dansk
Glasses - vintage finds from a yard sale
Small silver salt & pepper shakers - vintage finds from a yard sale
Table runner - made from new linen. To learn how to make one for your table see my tutorial, "A Simple Table Runner."
Glass candle stick and candle - Pottery Barn
This was such a fun project. I will definitely give it another try again some time soon. Please let me know if you have designed a tablescape. I so enjoy seeing the creativity of others.


Natasha in Oz said...

This is a stunning table-such gorgeous elegance.
Just a quick story-I have just starting subscribing to American BHG this year and the issue on the sidebar with YOUR DIVINE basement was my first issue! I love it and often refer back to it for ideas. How amazing to now be reading your beautiful blog!WOW!
Best wishes, Natasha.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

This looks great! I love the simplicity of it ~ which, of course, is great for a lunch. Love the cute little pumpkins in the glass ~ a nice nod to Fall.

Anonymous said...

Love the runner! Glad to {finally} find another blog that speaks my language! Hope you'll stop by...Nouveau Stitch


black eyed susans kitchen said...

The table runner pulls the whole look together and I love that table. Such a nice mixture of vintage and contemporary.

Cathy~Mille Fleur said...

What a stunning table...I love the soothing palette!!!

Your table runner is are so talented!!!


Dena Pickle said...

Absolutely beautiful! You did an awesome job!


food with style said...

very fresh and pretty

DecRenew Interiors said...



Shelia said...

Welcome to Tablescape Thursday! Your table is very beautiful and thank you for sharing.
Be a sweetie,
shelia ;)

Viera said...

Very pretty setting. I love the runner- absolut winner.

Jeanie said...

Very pretty!
I like the pumpkins in the glasses and the table runner is beautiful.

Linda in AZ * said...

* Natural... elegant... unpretentious... welcoming... soothing... a beauuuutiful approach. The elegant simplicity is what appeals so much to me!

Just wonderful!
Thank you for sharing!
Linda in AZ *

Marigene said...

Beautiful, simple table.

Kathryn @ Bonafide Southern said...

What a pretty table! It's just perfect for two. I love the white pumpkins. Thanks for sharing and happy TT to you!

Sue said...

Your first TT is beautiful. It is simple and elegant. I promise you will now be hooked like the rest of us:)


Shirley said...

Always elegant with white tones. Sometimes simple is the best. Love the runner, I'll have to see the tutorial.

Dining Delight said...

I like the greenery you used with the white/cream dishes. It makes for a serene colour combo. Welcome to TT and hope to see you back often!


Jeanette said...

So lovely, that runner is incredible! Your entire table is simply elegant. Welcome!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Welcome to TT! This is beautiful -- hope to be seeing more from you soon.

Boxwood Terrace said...

Such a beautiful, simple table setting! I love the runner you made! What type of plant (is it an herb?) did you use in the urn?

Miss Gracie's House said...

Love the runner!

bj said...

This is a fabulous tablesetting...I just love it.
I may have to make myself a table runner...your's is so so cute.

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