Monday, July 26, 2010

Orange Pineapples


Tabletop Tuesday is hosted by Marty over at A Stroll Through Life,
hope to see you there!

This vintage tablecloth by Simtex is called "Pineapple" and comes in several
different colorways including this one with "orange" pineapples. I've used woven
chargers and both sets of stemware from Pier 1 along with Chartreuse, Ivory, Tangerine
and Paprika Post 86 Fiesta. The flatware is vintage Deauville and the napkins
came from Home Goods.












The vintage milk pitcher is holding roses from my garden and was made in the early
1900s by the Homer Laughlin China Company.






Disc water pitcher in Tangerine.


Vintage footed fruit bowl is Pacific Pottery.



You can read more about this tablecloth over on the Tablecloth Database

Thanks for coming by again this week for another Tabletop Tuesday!

Please stop by the page announcing the upcoming giveaway here on The Little Round Table

20 comments:

  1. Oh this is absolutely exquisite. I so NEEEEEED all of it. My favorite new colors are orange, yellow and lime and this table and all of the dishes and accessories are just perfect. So pretty. I really do love it. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  2. OK...I know you did this table just for me...right;)? All of my favorite colors! The tablecloth is luscious and the dishes well...GORGEOUS! Love love love!!!

    Enjoy!
    Cathy

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  3. I have never been to your blog before...I LOVE your kitchen!!!! wow!!! I am a new follower and looking forward to snooping around.

    Feel free to stop by asouthernbellewithnorthernroots.blogspot and see info on an upcoming link party called Storytellers, starting Sept. 1.

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  4. Your kitchen is just beautiful!!!! I love all the colors!

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  5. Tha ttablecloth is divine! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Oh, my Lord, Candy! I love this - the tablecloth, the dishes! Shoot! I'm coming over and see all of your tablecloths in person! You know I'm kidding, but I sure wish I could! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  7. Pineapples! The state of Virginia's symbol for Welcome! I love this! I can't get over how many really NEAT tablecloths you have.

    Like all of the other ladies here have said, these colors are beautiful.

    I think this setting goes to the top of my list of favorites!

    Mary

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  8. Candy, you found a perfect cloth to showcase Paprika! This fabulous table resonates with you entire kitchen decor. I love it!

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  9. Everything looks beautiful, cheerful and bright.
    I LOVE your kitchen.

    Sonny

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  10. This is another beautiful table! I like the glasses with the pineapple theme, and the wicker chargers also fit well! And I really like the new color paprika. Linda

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  11. You have the most amazing kitchen Candy!
    And that is one of the pretties and most colorful tables I have ever seen!
    I love the orange and yellows, the tablecloth, everything is just perfect!
    Great Job!
    HAGD,
    Cindy

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  12. What a happy and cheerful kitchen!! Great tablecloth and table settings too!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  13. Your tablescapes are always so beautiful, cheery and colorful. Love your beautiful kitchen too.
    You are very creative and talented.
    Blessings, Nellie

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  14. Your table looks beautiful. I love the colors, and your kitchen is gorgeous...Kathy

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  15. I've just discovered your beautiful blog and just wanted to tell you I love all the pictures you have shared today! I have one small piece of Fiesta, a small yellow creamer but I've always wanted to start a full collection. After seeing your pictures, now I'm even more determined to have my own collection! Your newest follower, Nan

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  16. These are MY colors for sure and I am so pleased that they struck a happy mix for so many of you. One of the wonderful things about Fiesta is that there are so many possible combinations! And they are almost indestructible, the strongest dishes in the world!

    Nan - it only takes one piece to begin and all my dish friends say "If you have at least three pieces, it is a COLLECTION!"

    Candy

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  17. You give me so many ideas with all the color combinations. WOW!

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  18. Hi again Monica!

    You just can't go wrong with Fiesta .... it's like a new set of dishes every time! And every meal can be its very own Fiesta! LOL

    Candy

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