Sunday, March 31, 2013

Cowboy Reflections Tablescapes

Not everyone has unlimited sets of dishes to use - but by using what you have in unique ways, each meal can look and feel totally different. Pat took one of her favorite dish patterns (Cowboy Reflections by Montana Lifestyles) and put it to the test.....
First of three place settings using the same dish pattern - color theme is denim
Second place setting uses rust as the color theme
Steel blue and black colors are used in this place setting
Close up of the one of the dishes
Brown stemmed Lenox Expresso  water glass with a simple Libby wine glass
Pat used Noritake Iron Brown flatware
The charger is Colonial Color Spectrum by Mikasa
Sitting on top of a denim napkin is a wicker placemat from Pier 1
Pat pulled the cowboy look from the centerpiece to use this western napkin. Napkin ring from Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Here's the little guy that started it all - an Annie Wahl doll from Richard Simmons collection
One last look......
Close up of the second place setting
Dual beige and rust napkins in a brown spray painted PVC pipe decorated with a boot ornament

Clear glassware (both from the Dollar Store)

Hammered handles on the flatware work perfectly with the western theme

Pat found these wonderful wooden chargers at World Market last year

Individual lidded bean pot - another one of Pat's "finds"
Overview of the last place setting using steel blue and black

The black water and wine/juice glasses are from Pier 1 several years ago

These rustic pieces of flatware at Treble Clef from Gourmet Settings

Steel blue napkin from Pier 1 is held together by a boot ornament sits on a black Fiestaware Bread and Butter Plate

One of our favorites - Indigo Black Color Spectrum from Mikasa

Small black accent bowl is from Waechtersbach
Where it came from:
Cowboy Reflections Dishware:  by Montana Lifestyles from
Blue and Black Chargers:  Color Spectrum by Mikasa from eBay and
Wooden Charger:  from World Market
Black and Brown Bread and Butter Plates:  Fiestaware by Homer Laughlin
Brown Flatware:  Iron Brown by Noritake 40 years old
Other Flatware:  from Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Placemats, Napkins:  Pier 1
Cowboy Ornaments:  Kohl's

1 comment:

  1. Now this is fun! I love how you took one set of dishes and made so many different looks!