Schumann Wild Rose

Schumann Wild Rose
Dishes, dishes, dishes........

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Ready for Spring Tablescape

Every Sunday, after church, Pat and I get together to set tables. After last Sunday's "rocket ride" day (three inches of rain in the morning - more like a drenching, flooding deluge....and a 6.9 earthquake in the evening - another "fun" adventure), Pat decided that we were ready for a more calming day. She wanted soft and sweet and "safe."
Over view of the table
See the blue painter's tape in the top right hand corner? That's a reminder to replace the buffet that fell off during the last 6.8 earthquake in 2010. About time. 

The place setting

Flatware is one of my favorites - "Primary" by Noritake

Pat added a single daffodil to the acrylic napkin ring to add a touch of color

First layer of the place setting is a Fiesta Periwinkle Blue Salad Plate

This is a Fiesta White Luncheon Plate - Pat added it to break up the colors a bit

Next is a Fiesta Sunflower Dinner Plate

Pat used an 11 3/4" Fiesta Periwinkle Round Platter/Chop Plate as a charger (1989-2006)

I had to get these bright yellow placemats when Bed, Bath, and Beyond got them in a few weeks ago

Simple, sweet Libby glassware

Yes, the theme for this week's table is "Calm" but this was the inspiration piece. Pat found the white pearlized vase at a local boutique. It's actually an inexpensive clear glass vase that Pat's husband spray-painted white......

White votive holders

One last look
Where it came from:
Tablecloth -
Yellow Placemat - Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Flatware - "Primary" by Noritake from eBay and Replacements
All Fiesta - Macy's and
Glassware - by Libby from Bed, Bath, and Beyond
White Napkins - TJ Maxx
Clear Acrylic Napkin Rings - Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Small, white votive holders - from Pat's collection
White Pearlized Vase - from "Cuddly Bear" (a local boutique)

We will be joining:
Susan at "Between Naps on the Porch" this Thursday:

1 comment:

  1. Love this color scheme! This table is simple yet stunning.