Sunday, November 15, 2009

Vintage Vera Leaves Part 1 + Mosaic Monday

It's Monday again which means it is time for Mosaic Monday over at Little Red House, please join in on the fun.



Vera has recently produced a line of new table linens using some of Vera's original artwork.  One of the patterns is called "Falling Leaves" and will be presented here on The Little Round Table in a Thanksgiving tablescape.


This is a vintage Vera tablecloth in gray linen also with different "falling leaves." This same tablecloth will appear over the next three days in three of many variations that can bring Fall into your dining experience.


Shown here with Ivory, Lemongrass, Persimmon, and Juniper Post 86 Fiesta.  Flatware is Cityscape, glassware from Home Goods, leaf embellished candle from Pier 1.  The wooden scrap bucket is from Shaker West. Be sure to come back tomorrow and Wednesday for variations on this same tablescape.




















10 comments:

  1. Lovely Fiestaware! I've just started collecting it again. You'll have a beautiful Thanksgiving table.

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  2. So bright and beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing at MM. :)

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  3. Beautiful tablescape. I especially love the bright colors of the plates!

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  4. I enjoy a couple of my own Fiesta ware. The colors are so fun and you have set a sweet and inviting table.

    If you have a moment would love you to stop by and give me your thoughts...

    TTFN~~Claudia ♥ ♥

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  5. Wonderful colors and a beautiful tablescape mosaic.

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  6. I loved looking at all those beautiful Fiesta colors and the Vera cloth is perfect for fall. Your stemware is very pretty, I'm so glad you included a close up picture of it.

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  7. love that dining set! so colorful :) every thing matched perfectly!

    u may view mine if u have time

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  8. Thanks for stopping by all you tablescapers! It is bright and cheery and can be used with so many different color combos! Check in on the other iterations of this same tablecloth.

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