Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Tropical Yucca for Squares - Susan's Tablescape Thursday

I am so happy to be participating in Susan's Tablescape Thursday, check out all the participants over at Between Naps On The Porch and join the fun.
 

Scarlet and Sunflower Square Post 86 Fiesta, with Shamrock salad plates on a vintage tablecloth and an arrangement from the garden.  Cityscape flatware, vintage glassware.



Lobelia cardinalis 'Queen Victoria' are the red, with Tanacetum vulgare - Curly Tansy, Yucca gloriosa - Spanish Dagger, and Polystichum minutum - Western Sword Fern.



Change of glassware to contemporary from Home Goods, but I ended up going with the vintage afterall.


23 comments:

  1. Oh how I love Fiesta.... Where do you get your vintage tablecloths?
    xoxo
    Julie

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  2. Evening Julie -

    Some I've had for years, some come from fellow collectors and of course there are some found in antique "junk" stores. Many have also come from eBay.

    Candy

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  3. Fiesta, depression glass and vintage tablecloth...you are speaking my language! Love the whole table setting!

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  4. Oh the colors here are just so fabulous. A beautiful eye popping setting! I really like it...

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  5. I love it all, especially that tablecloth!

    Jane

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  6. It is amazing to me how your centerpiece picks up the design in the vintage tablecloth! Great job!
    I have some green depression glass very similar to yours but I never thought to punch it up with such color! "BAM"...said in my best Emeril Lagasse voice. :)

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  7. Oh how bright and fun! Love all your color today.

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  8. What an absolutley wonderful vintage inspired table. Ok I may be partial to vintage textiles, butn this is really neat.

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  9. What a pretty colorful table nd I like how your centerpiece echoes the tablecloth! One of my favorites!

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  10. Such a happy table! It's colourful and beautifully coordinated. I Love vintage tablecloths.

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  11. I am seriously in LOVE with your bright colorful tablescape! Everyone knows I really like vintage tablecloths. And this one is such a beauty! Not to mention your colorful Fiesta ware. Oh, be still my heart!
    Brenda

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  12. The colors are great and i like the square plates. so graphic and bold. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Thank you all for your lovely comments! It really is all about color for me, commonly called "the exploded clown" among fellow collectors of Fiesta. :-)

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  14. Wow, I love this. What a perfect combination of color. EVerything ties so well together. I am jealous of your abilities! IS that really a REAL retro tablecloth? The colors look to non-warn to be an old one....well....my retro tablecloth I showed in one of my posts is still vibrant too--guess they made them well.

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  15. So colorful and so pretty....Love it...and love your blog...Had a free night to blog hop and enjoyed yours. Hope you will stop by new Christmas blog ...There is a great giveaway that I will draw for on Oct 1st and all you need to do to enter is comment. Hope you have a great weekend.
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  16. I am in love with your Fiestaware...and the vintage tablecloth...and the glassware....and the... Can you tell that I love your complete tablescape? It is so colorful!!!
    Jane (artfully graced)

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  17. Thanks again for your warm reception of the things I love.

    And yes nannykim that is a vintage tablecloth!

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  18. What a fun, happy table. Love all the bright colors and the square plates. Vintage is the best! I'm late getting to TT post this week and didn't get around to sharing one of my own. I'm beginning to pull out some fall decorations and hope to post a table this week. Thanks for sharing. ~ Sarah

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  19. Love, love this tablescape. Any info on the maker/and or pattern of the featured TC Never have seen anything so beautiful, bright and bold!

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  20. Thanks for stopping by! No info on the maker/date of the vintage cloth, but I'd love to hear from anyone who might be able to provide additional info.

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Thank you for your lovely comments.

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