Needless to say, Pat is the proud owner of eight dinner plates and eight salad plates in this "lovely" pattern. (She used to pick on me all the time when we were little - this my revenge!!!) So, Pat, here's to you. And I think that you did a pretty good job on this week's "Table for One" knowing how much you love the pattern......
Pat couldn't bring herself to use the salad plate and dinner plate that went with it together in the place setting, so she substituted Fiestaware.
A chocolate Fiesta dinner plate holds an Ivory Fiesta luncheon plate beneath the Monkey salad plate
Flatware is the very popular "Bamboo" by Cambridge
There are four different "poses" of monkeys on these plates.
An Ivory Fiesta Luncheon plate
Chocolate Fiesta Dinner plate
Glassware is "Expresso" by Lenox (a gift from my niece - much nicer than the one I gave her Mother)
Pat is the proud owner of only one mug
Pat used a simple centerpiece - greenery wrapped around a large brown candle and bananas....
This is the actual Monkey dinner plate that goes with the Monkey salad plate - not bad by itself.
But together???? Pat and I both think it is a little "over the top" busy
One last look
Tablecloth - from Pat
Sage Green Placemat - from Pier 1 two or three years ago
Fiestaware - from Macy's
Monkey Plate - from "Tailwagger's" (a local thrift shop where all proceeds go to the support of a no-kill animal sanctuary)
Monkey Dinner Plate - found on eBay and at Replacements.com
Flatware - "Bamboo" from Ross
Glassware - "Expresso" by Lenox (a gift from my niece)
We will be joining Christine's "Table It!" at Rustic & Refined this Monday: http://www.rustic-refined.com/
We will also be joining Susan's "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch this Thursday: http://betweennapsontheporch.net/