Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Tablescape Tuesday!

 Thought we'd have some fun today looking at beautiful fall tablescapes!

This one would be perfect for a casual brunch. I really like the centerpiece and the way they incorporated the iron kettle.

The little pumpkins at each plate are so pretty and aren't the green-rimmed glasses a nice touch? I love how they used the teeny wicker basket to hold packets of sweetener  - really cute!

Can you imagine sitting down to eat at this table?  Everything is absolutely luscious looking!

What an imaginative setting - hydrangeas, roses, artichoke, and pomegranate - beautiful! Did you notice the baked bread?

Wouldn't this be pretty for a special fall wedding? The lime green hydrangeas really pop against the brown chair cover. Gorgeous!

This is my favorite - it just speaks to me.  If I could hand-pick a favorite spot for dinner, this would be it.  This oozes style, comfort, and warmth  - absolute perfection in such a simple setting!


blessed mama said...

So pretty! I just love fall. The colors are amazing. By the way, I would love to do a tutu for precious little K! We'll talk!

duchess said...

These are beautiful. How did you get pictures in my dining room? hehe

Ashley Griffin said...

i loved those tablescapes. gives me some good ideas! And i love the last one too. NO extra places for the kids. just me and my man in front of the fireplace!!

sandra/tx said...

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Glitter and Bliss said...

Wow!!! I love these pictures. You guessed it...the one in front of the fireplace looks like heaven. Glad you got doggie meds. Les

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Your tablescape is awesome. Looks like the pages of a glossy magazine! Come set my table!!

Glitter and Bliss said...

Thanks for your sweet comment about my necklaces. I am giving you one....no purchase accepted. I'm also making you so magnets. My gift.......... I have been thinking about doing a giveaway soon on my blog. Just need to get the nerve up. :)

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