Monday, June 8, 2015

Testing, One, Two, Three....

I just got back my computer from the repair shop - a very dangerous and lethal virus took over and held all my files ransom. Yes - they demanded money before the files would be released. According to the Computer store owner, it is the worst virus he has ever seen and it is going around rapidly, so BEWARE. Anyway, everything seems to be OK now.....

So - this week's table is a bit late, but here goes......

Pat bought me the flatware as a gift ("Palm Tree" by Cambridge from Tuesday Morning)

Another one of Pat's bargains - she found this set of four different lighthouses at a thrift store

The luncheon plate is "Lapis" Fiesta by Homer Laughlin

The Chop plate is Periwinkle Fiesta

Where it came from:
Wicker Charger - from Costco years ago
Fiesta Dinnerware - by Homer Laughlin from Replacements
Beige Dinner Plate - "Spice Route Sesame" from Pier 1
Flatware - "Palm Tree" by Cambridge from Tuesday Morning
Glassware - from Pier 1 years ago
Candle, Rocks, Shells, Starfish, Driftwood - from Michael's

We will be joining Christine's "Table It" Blog party at Rustic & Refined:
We will also be joining Susan for "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch:


  1. I really like the lighthouse theme. I used to collect them so now I want the dishes 😀.
    I just recently 'found' your two blogs and spent several days reviewing all your past posts! I enjoyed every one! Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and sources.

  2. Beautiful table for one, so beachy and summery and refreshing!....Christine

  3. Love this table, cool blues for summer!!!

  4. Very pretty. I love those patterned glasses. Where did you find those? Thanks.

  5. So pretty and summery! I have never seen flatware like that.

  6. LOVE this table! I am drooling over your stemware; is there a pattern name? I collect lighthouses, so I'm coveting those plates as well!! Such a great summer table: superb, as always! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

  7. Such a charming table! I love the Sakura plate with the colorful stack to match. Your palms flatware is perfect with the seaside scene. I always love yours and your sister's tablescapes! Hope you will enjoy my Celebration post this week! Have a great weekend!