Sunday, November 10, 2013

Autumn Apple Tablescape

Inspiration for this week's table came from an accent plate that we have. Pat paired it with a simple taupe colored dinner plate and burgundy charger and made an arrangement using green hydrangea and small red apples.
Over view of the table

The place setting

Pat used dark avocado green tumblers from Pier 1 - pattern is "Lawrence"

Rustic flatware is "Montana" by Gourmet Settings

The inspiration accent plate is "Apple Orchard" from David Carter Brown by Mikasa

The dinner plate is also from Pier 1.

The burgundy charger is "Color Spectrum" by Mikasa

The small apple is actually a candle - it sits on an upside down tealight holder

Pat used a wooden apple-shaped napkin ring to hold the avocado colored napkin

One last look
Where it came from:
Burgundy Charger - "Color Spectrum" by Mikasa from eBay
Flatware - "Montana" by Gourmet Settings from Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Glassware - "Lawrence" from Pier 1
Taupe Dinner Plate - "Spice Route Sesame" from Pier 1
Accent Plate - "Apple Orchard" by David Carter Brown for Mikasa from eBay
Napkin - from Tuesday Morning
Wooden Apple Napkin Ring - from the Cancer Discovery Shop in Eureka, CA
Apple Candles - from Ross
Red Candle and Hydrangea - from Michael's
Clear Votive Holders - Bed, Bath, and Beyond

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


  1. Very nice! I really like those green glasses. The layering of the plates is great! I'm visiting from Kathleen's Let's Dish ~ The Happy Wonderer

  2. So pretty. I love the plate and the flower arrangement is great.

  3. Oh my goodness! I love that Apple Orchard plate. I have never seen one like it previously - it is gorgeous. I, especially, like the apple napkin ring and all of the colors that you are used. Home run on this table!!

  4. What a beautiful use of contrasting colors on your apple themed table!

  5. What a delightful table! I like everything about it? What is the name of the flowered pattern on your masthead? I love the delicate blue flowers on it! Beautiful job!

  6. Love this! That Apple plate is the perfect jumping-off point for this table.