Over view of the table
Pat used a very simple centerpiece - a tall, black metal Eiffel Tower surrounded by a grape vine, grapes, and assorted wine. She use black Depression glass candle holders with 14" Oatmeal colored tapers.
The place setting - glass plates to show off the placemat
The placemats are extra thick cork backed - slightly smaller than a regular placemat
I fell in love with this flatware after I saw Replacements using it on their Facebook page - "Fluence" by Oneida
It's hard to describe this dishware - they are super thick, polished glass and very silky feeling - absolutely fabulous on any table
One of my favorite patterns of glassware from Pier 1 - it is called "Urban Sable."
On loan from our Cousin, these silver Bread/Butter plates are perfect for the place setting. Pat chose not polish them so that they would look slightly rustic.
One last look from the other end of the table
Placemat - from Tuesday Morning
Flatware - "Fluence" by Oneida from Replacements.com
Dishware - "Milano" by Pasabahce from Tuesday Morning
Silver Bread/Butter Place - by Wallace Silversmiths from our Cousin
Glassware - "Urban Sable" from Pier 1
Black Candle Holders - Depression glass from our collection
Candles - Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Assorted Grapes/Vine - Michael's
Eiffel Tower Centerpiece - Pier 1
We will be joining Christine's "Table It!" at Rustic & Refined this Monday: http://www.rustic-refined.com/
We will also be joining Susan for "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch this Thursday: http://betweennapsontheporch.net/