December 9, 2010

Christmas in the Country Tablescape

Here is my second attempt at a tablescape for Susan's Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.


I would have liked to use these Johnson Bros plates but I only have 4.


















Sources:

Checked Tablecloth - Linens and Things (a long time ago)
Plates - Mikasa Italian Countryside
Stainless Flatware - Retroneu Rosanne (discontinued from Crate & Barrel about 10 years ago)
Chargers - Pier One (this year)
Napkins- Ralph Lauren (probably 10 years ago)
Burlap - a garden center
Glass Hurricane Candle Holders - Southern Living at Home (5 or 6 years ago)
Star woven basket - Pier One (this year)
Metal Star decorations - Michael's (this year)
Small votive candleholders - Southern Living at Home (4 or 5 years ago)
Wine Glasses - Crate and Barrel (10-12 years ago)
Christmas Tree dishes on wall - Johnson Bros Old Britain Castles from Marshall's (last year)


9 comments:

  1. That turned out beautifully! I love the burlap and the wooden candlesticks.

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    abby

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  2. Oh, I just love this table. I like the burlap on the checked cloth. The star accents look so good. I like the ornament on each place. I use my rattan chargers from Pier One all the time. I am so glad I finally got them. I like your star basket with the pinecones and ornaments.

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  3. Your table looks very pretty. My mom just found a stack of Johnson Brothers china for a steal. It is the winter scene and I love it. Good luck with finding more.

    -Rene

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  4. Doesn't it just burn your bread when you can't find but 4 of a set? Those Johnson Brothers plates are so great for Christmas! Maybe you can use them and just do plain white plates at the table ends. It's a shame to let them languish...they're just too pretty!!!

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  5. Beautiful table...I have always liked tan with red. Love the candle holders!

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  6. Your used the Johnson Brothers well on your plate rack. Your tablescape is lovely. I like the use of the natural texture burlap runner with the red check cloth. It all works together for a great country Christmas vignette. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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  7. The mixture of textures in your tablescape is so nice and I like the way you added an ornament on each plate. A very welcoming, cozy, festive tablescape!

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  8. I am jealous, jealous, jealous of your gorgeous table cloth. I love the size of the gingham checks. Not too big. Not too small. M y idea of a perfect tablecloth!!

    Sarahx

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