Tuesday, March 30, 2010

First Table of Spring

Today I'm joining Susan over at Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday. Stop by and enjoy all the beautiful tablescapes.








After all the rain and a very cold Winter here in Alabama I couldn't wait for the first signs of Spring so I could change my table settings and spruce up the house with brighter colors. I have been cleaning out a storage building where I stored a few sets of dishes and accessories. I thought I would share a Spring table I set with some of my newer pieces and some old favorites.
I love bright colors and for everyday use, a simple table. The sun was very bright on the day I took the pictures so I couldn't open the blinds or the glare would be unbearable. Let's have a closer look at the table.

I love these napkins. They are the newest addition to my napkin collection.


My beautiful Fitz and Floyd candleholders were a gift from my husband many years ago.
I hope you like my first table of the Spring. It's so bright and cheerful.

Dishes: Pier One
Glassware: Olde Williamsburg
Flatware: Arlington by Reed and Barton
Placemats: Target
Napkins: World Market
Napkin Rings: TJ Maxx
Fruit Candleholders: Fitz and Floyd
Flower Candleholders: Hobby Lobby
Plant: Springeri

15 comments:

Laura said...

Susan, what a lovely table! So cheerful and spring-like! I love your glassware - Mom has the same pattern in blue.

Mimi said...

Beautiful spring table!

Sharon Haynie said...

So "Springy"! Love your table!

Denise said...

I love the color combination of this setting, very pretty and perfect for Spring.

Beth said...

Those colorful napkins really set this off - so pretty. Very springy and lovely table!

Johanna said...

The napkins and the candleholders are my favorits on your table. All together it looks very springy.

Wish you a happy Easter.
Johanna

Melissa Miller said...

Suasan this a beautful and truly happy looking tablescape! I just adore the design on the napkins. They are very pretty and vibrant.

Thank you for your kind words and support of my blog. It means so much to me to have sweet friends like you. I do appreciate you!

Many blessings to you and yours. ~Melissa :)

Designs on 47th Street said...

Thanks for your visit. I see you found some pretty napkins too! Also love those water glasses. Did they actually come from Williamsburg?? (I used to love to go to the Pottery Shop when I lived in that area)
Very pretty tablescape. Glad I got to see it as I LoVE dishes, etc! :)

Donna

vignette design said...

Hi Susan,
Love your spring table! Those napkins look great and tie it all together. Wanted to tell you a secret: I found those Spode fish plates at TJ Maxx Homegoods. Shhhh! Hope you can find them. --Delores

Anita @ Far Above Rubies said...

Oh it's gorgeous! And I love your Old Williamsburg! I have those in amber wine glasses. Yes, I would love to see your Ivy collection!!!! I am SO jealous! I am going to do a larger table and am planning on using Ivy intertwined with moss and cream candles, just haven't found the right candles yet!

Melissa Miller said...

Thank you for your kind visit Susan! You always make me smile.

Have a blessed week. ~Melissa :)

Dining Delight said...

Love the colour combo of your spring table! Those napkins are gorgeous! Your husband gave you some lovely candle holders and they are the perfect addition to your table!

Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your sweet comments!

DD

Melissa Miller said...

Thanks for entering my blue giveaway Susan! The nature themed napkins are at Target. They are so cute and fun.

Have a wonderful week. ~Melissa :)

Michelle @ Sweet Something said...

Hi Susan, what a great table and I love the napkins! Great job!

PS. Go visit www.bighugelabs.com and check out the "FX" feature, that is how I created the watercolor effect! Have fun, thanks for stopping by!

Allison said...

I love those Napkins! And your whole table feels so summery. Thanks for your comment on my TS also!