Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Lemongrass Leaves

Come join this weekly party of tablescapes.

This week's tablescape includes a vintage tablecloth in Persimmon and Lemongrass
with white and gray Fall leaves.  Post 86 Fiesta in Pearl Gray, Persimmon and Lemongrass
tops the Made In China chargers.  The stemware is vintage, flatware is Deauville, napkins
from Home Goods and napkin rings from the web. The little vase holding roses from my
garden is plastic from the early 50s and the votives came from Michael's.




The Black Carafe is from Homer Laughlin's Kenilworth line.


















Vintage Homer Laughlin Rhythm


Fiestaware2000 in Persimmon above and below.




Thanks so much for stopping by again this week for Tablescape Thursday.
Next week's tables:

California Hand Print "Ivy"
Primary Colors Party Cloth - Two Views, Back Then and Now

18 comments:

  1. Hi Candy, This is so pretty and interesting! I just love the color combination and of course, I adore the tablecloth!

    I was traveling through West VA this past weekend and came across a store that was loaded with "your" dishes. They even had the Christmas pattern, which I have never seen. I thought of you right away!

    Thank you for a wonderful post!
    Mary
    From Virginia

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  2. Candy, you've shown us yet another wonderful color combination! I'm impressed that your garden produces roses to go with just about any table you set! These match the persimmon dishes perfectly. Amazing tablecloth!

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  3. I always say the same thing - stunning!!

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  4. Wow, those chargers are fantastic with the Fiesta-too fun!

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  5. Wow! Your table is so unique and pretty! I LOVE your kitchen!

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  6. What a great idea to pair the lime green accessories with your orange and black - it takes your table setting away from being Halloween-y, and just makes it a lovely Autumn setting. Beautiful, cloth, too, as always!

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  7. Your dishes and tablecloth complement those gorgeous roses so beautifully. Thank you for sharing your wonderful table setting with us!

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  8. The black is so striking with that color combination. It is beautiful for this time of year. As always, I love your tablecloth.

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  9. Lovely! Love the black "pop"! Love the softness. Love the simplicity. Love the elegance. Lovely!

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  10. Good Morning, Candy!

    I love how this table is autumn with California colors! And of course it's not just the table, it's the whole kitchen setting that's decorated.

    Excellent!

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  11. Beautiful combination and a fabulous burst of color!!! I LOVE those chargers!!! And the napkins and napkin rings...SO pretty!

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  12. May I come over and visit you in your beautiful kitchen?...Always a beautiful setting and the room is a work of art. Thanks for sharing. You always make me feel right at home.

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  13. I LOVE it all...especially those chargers!

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  14. Oh what fabulous colors! I always love to see what you've broght to the table! Beautiful once again.

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  15. Oh I love the pop of black with the dishes. It picks up the dark in the tablecloth. Once again. beautiful.

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  16. Such a very sophisticated Fiestaware tablescape. This one establishes a new bench mark in my mind. Thank you for sharing this fantastic design. Cherry kay

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  17. I saw your post while linking up to Tablesacpe Thursday. I am a Fiesta collector too! I love your tablescape!

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  18. Thanks so much for all your most generous comments about my tablescape!

    Mary - lots of Fiesta Christmas patterns are available. If you look back through the Dec 2009 posts, you'll see several of them featured in tablescapes, and I'm sure some of them will appear again this year after Dec 1st!

    Kate - I struggle trying to get into the whole "Fall" colors thing here in California where it really is still summer! Tomatoes and roses and veggies and daisies and the sage is all blooming again! Tough to think it will soon be Halloween. I've given up on buying pumpkins in this climate and have to settle for the faux ones. They just rot and get mushy after a week with temps in the 90s!

    Those chargers (and some of the others I feature on tablescapes) came from marylandchina.com

    Paige - all visitors are welcome, but especially a fellow Fiesta collector!

    Candy

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Thank you for your lovely comments.

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