Tablescape Thursday ~ Rose Colored Garden

When I’m at my home in Washington I usually change the tablecloth on our only dining table every couple weeks. Because our stay here is winding down and we have no more big events I took out a couple leaves from the table and found a shorter tablecloth. Having my new inspiration for Tablescape Thursday it was time to search high and low for what to add to the tablecloth.

 

I started with the hydrangea in one of my depression glass containers and candlesticks.

 

Some fun layering of plates. The smaller salad/dessert plate is Royal Swan, Blossomtime, Staffordshire, England. The larger floral edged plate is Nikko tableware.

 

The tea cups and saucers are Churchill. The gold tassel napkin rings were Target Christmas clearance. The tablecloth and napkins are from Goodwill.

 

 

For more Tablescapes please visit Susan at Between Naps on the Porch!

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About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

27 thoughts on “Tablescape Thursday ~ Rose Colored Garden

  1. I love your depression glass. It is so soft and pretty.
    Your plates are gorgeous with their colors and patterns. Everything is so
    pretty

  2. You’ve put this together beautifully!I really like the muted greens with the pinks, cool reds, and violets. Your depression glass pieces are beautiful (my favorite of the depression colors). Great GW find on the table linens!

  3. I really do like mixing different patterns. Your pink depression glass in your centerpiece is always a favorite. I love to collect anything in the pink depression glass dinnerware. Your GW finds are great!! Happy TT!

  4. What beautiful dishes these are! I’m going on a search of eBay for beauties like this. I love the green goblets too. I’ve been on the look out for those as well. This is such an elegant tablescape. Very classy, all the way!
    Brenda

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