Over view of the table
Pat used a piece of burlap across the table to add a little texture but not cover it entirely
Close up of the place setting
The stack - Flatware is "Montana" by Gourmet Settings
Pat chose a fan fold - the fan sits in the napkin ring and is hidden by a Fall leaf
The inspiration leaf - you can see the beautiful colors that Pat used for the dishware
This layer is an Ivory Fiesta salad plate
This Paprika Fiesta luncheon plate is from Kohl's. No one seems to know what it does not have the same typical rim as all other Fiestaware plates.
This layer is an Ivory Fiesta Dinner plate
The brown charger holds it all
The five piece flatware place setting
What tablescaper doesn't use this versatile glassware from the Dollar Store?
Our TJ Maxx store just opened up (Yippeeee!!!!!) - Pat's first purchase was three sets of these candle holders in assorted sizes.
Yes, Pat used more hay this week........just when I finally got last week's tablescape cleaned up. The centerpiece is a mixture of fresh and faux squash mixed with fall berries and leaves on small hay bales.
One last look from the other end
Wicker Placemat - Pier 1
Brown Charger - Michael's
Flatware - "Montana" by Gourmet Settings from Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Ivory Dishware - Fiestaware by Homer Laughlin from Macy's
Paprika Dishware - Luncheon Fiestaware by Homer Laughlin from Kohl's
Leaf Bowl - by Bordallo Pinheira from eBay
Napkins - Handmade by Pat
Glassware - the ever popular glasses from the Dollar Store
Glass Candle Holders - from TJ Maxx
Candles - from Ross
Hay Bales - Walmart
Squash - combination of real (from Pat's garden) and faux (from Michael's)
Burlap throw - from JoAnn's Fabrics
We will be joining Cuisine Kathleen's "Let's Dish" this Wednesday: http://www.cuisinekathleen.com/. And don't forget next week's challenge - Kathleen has challenged tablescapers to design a Fall table using only white plates and one other color. It's always a lot of fun to see what everyone comes up with.