Roses in November
The rich colors of the Ralph tablecloth required flowers that were vibrant and spoke volumes. The larger arrangement was on the table when guests arrived.
Amber glassware and salad plates along with aubergine napkins captured in beaded napkin rings play off the colors of the tablecloth.
Creating a bit of drama for your guests is always welcome!
Rosewood handles brassware is perfect for this table.
Special candles with gold lettering heighten the ambiance of the evening.
Lots of wood to repeat the element found in the flatware.
I love how the evening sun brings out the richness of the napkin color.
A hardwood bowl holds a glass vase, which is partially obscured by the Spanish moss.
These beaded napkin rings in golden hues pick up all the colors used.
Note the smaller centerpiece for when guests actually sit down. Personal additions seem to be great conversation starters.
Old copper develops a lovely patina when left to age naturally.
An antique photo provides instant relatives for the other side of the table.
Fitz and Floyd has the most interesting pieces! Love having a pitcher of water on the table.
Tablecloth - Ralph Lauren
Napkins - World Market
Napkin rings - Pier One
Chargers - Teakwood, very old
Dinner Plate - Wedgwood Windsor
Salad plate -BIA Malibu Curry, Tuesday Morning
Wine hocks - Stein Mart
Water tumblers - Whitehall
Flatware - gift from mother
I thank you much for your visit. Your comments are a delight to read and help me grow. I'm linking up to Susan's delightful dish party at Between Naps on the Porch - Tablescape Thursday. Hope to see you there!