Here's a neutral Fall table setting
I put together while we were at our
place in North Carolina's Smoky Mountains.
I gathered some of my this-and-that.
Here's what I used.
Leather placemats from JCP outlet,
$2 each. I know...rrrrrrr!
Woven rattan chargers. I found these at the
Maple Leaf Fest in our little town of Whittier.
I got 6 for $2 !!
My pewter dinnerware is a set of 6 each:
dinner plates, salad plates, bowls, and
mugs with white pottery insert cups.
The inserts make it easy to just put
the cups in the dishwasher.
I found this set many years ago at our
annual neighborhood garage sale in
Barrington, IL for $30. We basically
just bought each others stuff!
Grapevine napkin rings and black napkins.
White ceramic escargot dishes.
We love escargot.
My hammered finish Cambridge flatware has
a rustic vibe and it works with everything.
White pottery: teapot on warming trivet,
cow creamer, heart ramekin for soft butter,
and covered bowl for sugar or jam.
I found this cow salt and pepper set thrifting.
It sits in front of a black and white gingham
check fall pumpkin from Target.
A Longaberger wrought iron candle stand
usually sits on the kitchen window sill.
This week it's the table's centerpiece.
A Longaberger pillar candle holder works
perfectly as a wine caddy.
I love it's pinecone and acorn motif.
I used the Longaberger wrought iron stand
again, but this time with the metal tray to
hold the white teapot and a cow creamer.
It has an acorn and leaf raised pattern
around it's border.
A use what you have tablescape!
Confessions Of A Plate Addict,
Dwellings, A Stroll Thru Life,
The 36th Avenue, The Style Sisters,
Savvy Southern Style, No Minimalist Here,
Stone Gable, Between Naps On The Porch,
Common Ground, French Country Cottage,
The Charm Of Home, My Romantic Home