These dinner plates are "Fleur Rouge" by 222 Fifths, and my mom got them at Marshalls last year. I told her they would look great with my square, rattan chargers, so she let me have borrow them. I am seriously loving square plates these days and also these chargers, which came from overstock.com last summer.
I used my Mikasa "Italian Countryside" flatware, which I also love, and the same, everyday bamboo napkin rings. I made the napkins this spring, and thought the neutral color would be really nice with only the pop of red on the plates.
The glassware is vintage "Whitehall" by Colony and we love them for everyday! I have them in different sizes and colors. I like the cubist pattern with the woven charger.
I know you expected my usual tall candlesticks, but I decided to do something different...for me at least! I had these hurricanes and just filled them with glass beads and candles...
Of course, I cut some branches from my mother's yard and popped them into this antique basket of my grandfather's.
This is just another simple setting that relies heavily on organic elements of wicker, greenery, bamboo, and wood. So easy to pull together, but makes everyone feel special!
Thank you all so much for visiting!! I have been very negligent in visiting but we are not only in the process of finishing our CD, we started tracking some vocals on a Gospel project my mother is working on, so we are keeping long hours getting it all done. We will release the first single soon, so I will let you all know when it's up on itunes. So much to do and so little time...
I'll be joining Susan for "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch, so be sure to go by there.
Thanks for stopping by!!