Last week I mentioned that I had set two tables for a ladies' tea but got no photos, so I recreated both as luncheon tables on the porch using each setting and shared the Noritake Chandova table. Today, I'm sharing the Franciscan Ivy paired with hot pink.
I used vintage silk sarees to cover the table and inspire the color palette.
Wallace Louvre sterling flatware from 1893 adds a little sparkle, and Fostoria Moonstone glassware brings out the pink.
Pink damask napkins really tie everything together and pop against the green and cream. I love the texture of the jute placemats. These were Walmart finds, and I love the square shape as they don't take up as much space as a traditional placemat.
I placed an orchid into the Ivy tureen for a simple but dramatic centerpiece.
Pink kilim pillows from the Kilim Pillow Store add softness and color to the seating.
A colorful Indian rag rug softens the bench.
I'm hoping to get the porch pressure washed now that the pollen has lessened a bit. It's a big project, but one that has to be done:-)
I'll be joining: