Jump on over and check out all the amazing tables!
Hydrangeas are pretty in just about all their stages, from fresh and dewy all the way to
the point that they dry on the plant. I always let the ones I've picked for the house dry naturally
in the vase as the water evaporates. Love the muted colors as they turn to those lovely
shades that remind me of a classic "old-timey" look.
This vintage tablecloth depicts not only hydrangeas, but also morning glories.
Some green depression glass, Pier 1 napkin rings, polka dot tumblers from Target,
Home Goods napkins and ivory/white accessory pieces, mini cloches from Tuesday Morning.
The milk pitcher is vintage Homer Laughlin, flatware is vintage Deauville
The dinnerware is a mix of Post86 Fiesta in Juniper, Rose, Sunflower and white,
along with a short lived line also from Homer Laughlin, called Fiestaware2000
shown here in Juniper dinner plates.
Vintage German berry bowls
Thanks so much for coming by to see my tablescape again this week,
I hope to see you here on The Little Round Table again very soon.