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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

FALL TABLE WITH A TROUGH

FALL TABLESCAPE
 
It's officially Fall, y'all, so of course, I've set another Fall table. This long, skinny faux chicken trough is a perfect fit for the table. It creates a lot of splash without taking up a lot of space.


FALL TABLESCAPE

I used these leaf-bordered placemats almost like chargers by putting the place setting in the center of the placemat. The salad plates, bought at an estate sale several years ago, are stamped Hand Painted.


FALL TABLESCAPE

The dinner plates, Apple Blossom, Ridgeways England, were from a long-ago charity sale. 

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I secured the plaid napkins with fabric covered napkin rings in Fall colors and tucked a glittered faux leaf into each one. The flatware belonged to  my mother.


FALL TABLESCAPE

You'll see my jewel toned stems a lot during the Fall months. On this table, I'm using them for wine. The water stems were our wedding selection, Lenox Moonspun.



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A close up of the water stems to show you the leaves etched into the rim.


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The divided vegetable server (another estate sale purchase) is not marked with a pattern or maker name.


FALL TABLESCAPE

I bought this gravy tureen at a junk store years ago. It is marked "Japan". On this table, I'm using it to serve salad dressing.



FALL TABLESCAPE


On one end of the table, I used my Sunflower salt and pepper shakers. I won these in a blog giveaway last year.

On the other end of the table, I used a squirrel shaker and a pumpkin shaker that I bought at a flea market a few years ago.


FALL TABLESCAPE

I purchased the trough at a discount gift store. I filled it with faux leaves, faux beaded fruit, and handmade beeswax candles


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The candles are lit, and we are ready to eat.

GIVEAWAY


Click here if you haven't left a comment on my giveaway post, because I know you want a chance to win this beautiful US Birds and Blooms pillow from Uncommon Goods.

For once, today's weather in Arkansas reflects the change of season. It's sunny but cooler. I'm sure we haven't seen the last of warm temperatures, but today is beautiful. Has the temperature dropped in your area? Welcome Fall! 

I'm glad you came by for some Falling at our place on this first day of Fall.
 

 

8 comments:

Kim Hood said...

Laurie, this is a beautiful introduction to Fall! I'm drooling over your leaf-etched stems. What a treasure. The contrast of the trough adds a whole new dimension, which blends so nicely with your salad plates. Hand-painted, wow, what a find! I love the combo of the plates you used. Very pretty. I hope you're enjoying your cooler temps. I sure am, too! Blessings~

maria garcia said...

Hi LaURIE, Beautifull table always. I am learning from you, to do beautifull tables. And beautifull pilow too.

Christine Graves said...

Beautiful table laurie! I love the centerpiece and that tureen...it is just gorgeous!

Joy said...

That trough makes the perfect centerpiece! I enjoyed seeing this lovely table.

Ginger said...

Beautiful table and colors. I love the etched water stems.
Our temps here in the desert haven't dropped much. I think we are still at 100. I'm getting tired of the heat and looking forward to cooler days.

tablescapesbybev.com said...

Beautiful table...those salad plates are divine! Love all of the detail...perfect for fall.

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Laurie, I love your fall table. The colors are awesome. Love the center trough and how you decorated it. I've been seeing this a lot and would love a wooden one for my table. Your dishes and soup tureen is gorgeous.
Thanks for the inspiration.
Hugs, cm

Valerie Roberts said...

Laurie, What a gorgeous tablescape. What rich and stunning colors you have used. The trough is the perfect touch to bring it all together. I love everything you have done. Valerie