Monday, September 30, 2013

Gabrielle Gray Accent Plate Tablescape

This week, Pat set the Table for One using another accent plate that I recently bought. The pattern is called "Gabrielle Grey" from 222 Fifth.
Over view of the table

Close up of the place setting

Flatware is one of our favorites - "Image" by Spode

Close up of the accent plate

Pat wrapped the napkin around the dinner plate to add a touch of color

The gray charger is actually an inexpensive lacquer charger from Michael's spray painted 

Close up of the five piece place setting of flatware

Pat chose the red stemmed goblet to add more color
Everyone knows that these candle holders from Westmoreland Glass Company are our favorites

Pat found these vintage Depressionware salt and pepper shakers at a local antique store - Art & Old Things in Fortuna, CA

The red, square "vase" holding the flower arrangement is actually a soup bowl from another set of dishes that we own

One last look
Where it came from:
Black Placemat - Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Flatware - "Image" by Spode from Tuesday Morning
Gray Charger - inexpensive lacquer charger from Michael's spray painted gray using Fusion Spray Paint (to adhere to the finish)
Black Dinner Plate - "Fun Factory" by Waechtersbach from Replacements
Accent Plate - "Gabrielle Grey" by 222 Fifth from Replacements
Black Bread/Butter Plate - Black Fiestaware by Homer Laughlin from Replacements
Red Goblet - from Pier 1
Champagne Flute - from eBay
Candle Holders - by Westmoreland Glass Company from eBay
Black Salt/Pepper Shakers - Depressionware from Art & Old Things in Fortuna, CA
Red Centerpiece Bowl - "Whiteware" from Macy's "The Cellar" years ago

We will be joining Cuisine Kathleen's "Let's Dish" this Wednesday:


  1. What a lovely, sophisticated table -- the touch of red is the perfect accent. The two of you never fail to amaze me with your creativity!

  2. Beautiful setting. I love the dish by 222 Fifth...I think they make such pretty dinnerware. I would love to have a catalog of their patterns but I called them in New York and apparently they don't have one. Anyway, I love what you did with the place setting.

  3. This a very very darling table setting. 222 Fifth has created many amazing patterns, I love the way that you showed the back of the plate. What a great idea, I will begin using this on my blog. In addition the placement of the napkin very well done. Have a great October. Pam

  4. Beautiful color scheme! Love that plate...very pretty.

  5. Love the accent plate thanks for sharing!

  6. Your tables are always so beautiful and meticulously presented. It's always a pleasure to check in and see your posts. Lovely, lovely, lovely!

  7. Hello Pat & Katie, I love the Gabriele Gray accent plate. It combines so well with the red and black accents. Just Lovely! I didn't see a place to join your blog. I'd love being able to see on my side bar when new posts come up.