Schumann Wild Rose

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

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Annual Bikers Gift Run Tablescape

Our County's motorcycle riders are getting ready for the 47th Annual United Bikers of Northern California Toy Run - Humboldt County rendition. Of course, Santa will participate and help deliver lots of toys around the area. It's always quite a site to see....

So, naturally, Pat decided to set our first Christmas table in honor of those generous individuals who give up their time, resources, and money to give to others. 

Pat set the table in black and white - the place mats are made from leather-like material and fit the theme of the table perectly
Flatware is "Hammered" by Godinger

The pattern on the plate reminded Pat of a tire tread
Simple glassware from Bed, Bath, and Beyond
For the centerpiece, Biker Santa, complete with his "ride," decorates the tree
The silver chains came from Michael's years ago

One last look

Where it came from:
Black Place Mats - from Pier 1 many years ago
Dinnerware - Pattern unknown but from the Contempo Collection" by Baum Brothers from a local charity shop years ago
Flatware - "Hammered" stainless steel by Godinger Silver from Costco eight or nine years ago
Bread and Butter Plate - White "Fiesta(ware)" by Homer Laughlin from Replacements,Ltd
Black and White Napkins - from
Chain Napkin Ring - from Pier 1six or seven years ago
Black Candle Holders - also from Pier 1 years ago
Biker Santa - from Pierson's Christmas Store at least six or seven years ago
Silver Chains, Ornaments, Christmas tree, and Candles - from Michael's
Santa's Motorcycle - from Ross years ago

This week, we will be joining "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch: 

1 comment:

  1. What a wonderful theme for your table! And those plates are perfect. I would never have thought there would be plates with tire marks. :-) And of course, "Biker Santa" and his motorcycle can't be beat for a centerpiece. I always enjoy seeing pieces from your Santa collection this time of year.