Sunday, July 26, 2015

Cowboy Lunch

One of the best and most fun things about tablescaping is mixing dishware patterns that, hopefully, work well and look good together. Pat did just that this week - she mixed the sleek, smooth coupe style of Calvin Klein's "Luna" with dressy Wedgwood "Edme" and fun, casual Montana Lifestyles "Cowboy Reflection." In the past, we always set tables using just one of these patterns at a time. Pat thought it would be fun to mix it up a bit.....
The table

Close up of the place setting

Flatware is "Treble Clef" by Gourmet Settings

I'm probably the only person in the world who thinks it's a hoot that Montana Lifestyles dishware called "Cowboy Reflections" is made in Thailand.......

You can't help but love the elegance of Wedgwood "Edme" and that rim.....WOW! It is one of Pat's favorite patterns.

The plate is so shiny and sleek that no matter what I did, I couldn't get a decent picture.

I still love my glasses after all these years - "Clarion" by Lenox - I bought them in 1977. Pat thought they were the perfect color and shape for the place setting.

Easy and rustic napkin "ring"

Where it came from:
Placemat - from Ross years ago
Dinner Plate - "Luna" by Calvin Klein from Tuesday Morning
Luncheon Plate - "Edme" by Wedgwood from Replacements
Salad Plate - "Cowboy Reflections" by Montana Lifestyles from eBay
Bread/Butter Plate - "Chocolate" Fiesta by Homer Laughlin from Replacements
Glassware - "Clarion" by Lenox (I have had it for over 35 years)
Flatware - "Treble Clef" by Gourmet Settings from Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Hemstitch Napkin - from Pier 1
Horse Figurine and Candle Holders - from Tailwaggers - a local thrift shop that supports animal rescue in our area
Tan Candles - Tuesday Morning
Brown Salt/Pepper Shakers - from JoAnn's Fabrics years ago

We will be joining Christine for her "Table It!" Blog Party this Monday at Rustic & Refined:
We will also be joining Susan for "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch:


  1. I love this tablescape! Great job ladies!

  2. I really like the cowboy plates. They would be great for when our grandsons are old enough to know what a cowboy is :-) !!

  3. I love the theme of this table! The horse figurine and the cowboy plate are great!!

  4. You put everything together beautifully. I sure do like that Wedgewood. It is pretty funny to think about the Montana cowboy plate being made in Thailand! These elements work so well together.