I always love me some rustic! Burlap, more rough textures in the napkin rings, an antique dough board, white pitcher.. yep that is just my bag!
It's all this napkin ring's fault.. yessirree!
I just loved the rough texture of the fabric,
the wrap of the center and the corded edge - don't you?
See how high the center is?
This is what came about, do you like it?
I stuffed some succulents (the ones still alive), some lichen covered balls, dried Spanish moss, faux moss-covered stones, pines cones (is it too early?) and some twigs to the dough board.
I even placed some dried moss around the base of the candle before I stuffed it into the barley twist candleholder.
Yep, the white chargers are back - again! But they are so perfect in contrast to the burlap or the brown wood of the table.
The fish dinner plate was chosen mainly for the lovely brown transferware trim.
A simple white salad plate sits atop the dinner plate.
Doesn't this look inviting?
This pitcher gets a good work-out around here.. I use it all the time!
Burlap runner - made by moi
White chargers - Pier One
Dinner plate - Zrike wildlife series, Bass
Salad plate - Wedgwood windsor
Flatware - WM Rogers Beloved silverplate; estate sale
Goblets - Mikasa French Countryside
Wine hocks - Stein Mart
Pitcher - Wedgwood
Napkins - Tuesday Morning
Napkin Rings - World Market
Candlesticks - antique Barley twist
Bread board - antique
Butter dish - Gorham
Lichen balls - Lubbock Wholesale Florist; several years ago
Faux moss rocks and dried Spanish moss - Dollar Tree
Succulents - clinging to life!
I'm honored and humbled that you dropped by today. Thank you so much. I hope you'll leave a comment so I know you've been here. I hope the rest of your day is filled with many blessings.
I'm linking up with Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for her super party - Tablescape Thursday. I hope to see you there!