The hodgepodge table (or should I say the more socially acceptable or appropriate "eclectic" table?)
The place setting
We have actually used the flatware ("Fluence" by Oneida) before, but it has been a very long time
We also have an unused juice glass in this pattern - someday, we'll figure out how/where to use it, too. I love the modern style but they are not easy to use to decorate a table. The champagne flute in the back is my favorite.
Same with the flatware - I love the style but hard to use
We bought these silver napkin rings on sale at Bed, Bath, and Beyond at least two-three years ago never to be used......
I fell in love with these accent plates when I saw them at our favorite antique store - bought them and then stored them.....
Pat used this dinner plate once when we first started to tablescape blog
I fell in love with this color on Pier 1's web site - not available in our local store. So, I ordered them and then, you know, stored them.....
Pat found these mint green glass rocks sitting among a bunch of vases in the garage. Forgot I even had them....not to mention the candle holders. We found them in the back of my closet - no telling how they got there.....
Mint green poinsettia and silver glass balls - they were going to decorate a Christmas tree one time.....long ago.....
From the other end of the table (and yes, I had to pull back the curtain to get enough light....."it was a dark and dreary" day...)
Green Charger and White Dinner Plate - Pier 1
Green Glass Leaf Plate - by Indiana Glass Company from Art & Old Things (a local antique store)
Flatware - "Fluence" by Oneida from Replacements, Ltd.
Modern Glassware - also from Pier 1 a very long time ago
White Bread/Butter Plate - from Target
Silver Beaded Napkin Ring - from Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Candle Holders - Pier 1 a long time ago
Mind Green Poinsettia, Glass rocks, Candles, and Ornaments - Michael's
We will be joining Christine at Rustic & Refined for "Table It!" this Monday: http://www.rustic-refined.com/
We will also be joining Susan's "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch this Thursday: http://betweennapsontheporch.net/