After lunching downtown last week, I made my regular stroll into one of my favorite stores downtown Edwardsville, Beyond Timbuktu. Near the entrance were several "bed spreads" made in India. They are made of a very thin cotton and work well as a light tablecloth. So . . . please enjoy my latest tablescape with the star of the table the cloth.
I like the pattern of the dinner plate with this cloth. This is one busy table. I like the Lenox salad dishes with this look. Never did I imagine purple water glasses and red wine glasses would look so pretty together. This tablecloth seems to pull them together.
The water pitcher was given to me by a friend who knows of my love of dishes.
These plates have an Italian flare but are made in China. The wood chargers are the only chargers I own and they seem to work well with every setting.
I bought this dining set along with other pieces of furniture that existed when purchasing this home. It's a nice heavy French set.
Next week my work friends and I will speed to my house (only five min. from work) and throw together a nice salad for lunch. We all chip in and help prepare, eat fast, do a quick clean up and rush back. We have an hour lunch and are able to get it done. It's rushed, but we enjoy it. I love serving my friends.
It's been a while since I've blogged but ready to jump back in.
I am joining Tablescape Thursday with Susan at Between Naps on the Porch.