(HERE) at Christmas time. We visited Mexico HERE. And we had French moules HERE. Now that I think about it, we could have visited Kiev, St. Moritz, Santa Barbara, Lisbon, Nice or the Black Forest. But.. I took you to the place I hope to retire - soon!! One can dream, right?
Santa Fe, NM. I love that place.
HERE with the silver and adobe colored napkins. I could have easily reused the white salad plates and the turquoise napkins on this tablescape, too. But, I wanted the rustic quality the adobe and rust bring to the table.
Posole and green chile enchiladas. Are you game?
Placemats - Pier One
Dinner Plates - TJMaxx, Artistic Accents
Bowls - Pier One
Flatware - Wallace Silversmiths
Napkins - old
Napkin rings - designed and made by moi, tut HERE
Margarita glasses - World Market
Hurricanes - Pottery Barn
Silver candle holders and Revere bowls - old
One more tip: I dropped turquoise stones into the napkin rings in the center of the metal flower. I didn't use glue so that I can remove them as needed.
Linking up to:
Cuisine Kathleen's -Let's Dish and the remainder destination tablescapes!
Yvonne/ Stone Gable's Tutorials, tips and tidbits where you can learn sooo much!
Susan/Between Naps on the Porch - Tablescape Thursday, the original - what can I say?
I hope you'll join me there.
And if you have stayed with me this long.. then here's the answer to the turquoise glass containers: they are old timey glass insulators that used be found on your electric poles. .