Everyday Tables


Few tables are happening at our house these days, so visiting friends in Arizona I took advantage of opportunity to set a table for dinner. I couldn’t resist starting with the cloth gotten that afternoon at the Indian Market.

It was fun going through the napkin drawer and finding ones that would work.

Such a mix of pattern and color was reason for a touch of offbeat created with the flatware that was placed off center. Who says you can’t bend the rules a tad?

There was need for little else on the table other than a few votives to cast a soft glow as the sun set.

Looking at the simple table, it occurred to me that the dining area’s decor was a perfect backdrop.

With wine poured and the table ready for the tasty and healthy meal prepared by the man of the house, we were prepared for a most pleasant evening.

As we began the meal, I was struck with gratitude for friends with whom to share time in a place with its own special kind of beauty.

i so appreciate your visit and the comments you leave behind

Joining

Tablescape Thursday

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20 thoughts on “Everyday Tables

  1. The cloth is exquisite and it shines with your simple tablescape, as does the room!

    1. For sure, the cloth is a winner and will be much used.

  2. Grilled cheese or tuna fish maybe?

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  3. Great fun! You were missed at Lunch Bunch today!!

  4. Beautiful tablecloths! Love the color

    1. The colors were what I couldn’t resist!

  5. entertainingwomen February 20, 2019 — 7:12 pm

    Your artistic eye never fails to please. Love this! Thanks for inviting us for a peek. CherryKay

  6. You certainly set a most beautiful table and any meal is beautiful with treasured friends…what a view! Love the Red Rocks and recently went to Sedona and so love that area!!

    1. Yes, the view was a winner. No palette is better than what is in nature.

  7. You can come to my house and set the table up, Linda. Anytime!

  8. Beautiful cloth LInda, and I’m all for rule bending! Arizona is looking very appealing as we face another dreary rainy day in Alabama, and the cheerful colors of your table have brightened this day up!
    Jenna

    1. We’ve had our fair share of rain and gray days which makes color a necessity.

  9. A lovely and simple table – the colors are gorgeous and the food looks delicious!

  10. The bottom photo looks very much like the view from my house – Four Peaks. They are covered in snow today!

    1. You got it right and I can’t believe snow. My friend sent photos and I was stunned!

      1. I was sure surprised – did a blog post, of course…

  11. Beautiful tablescape in a beautiful home! And the Arizona setting! AmAZing!

    You know I love my Arizona!

  12. There is never anything just ordinary about your table settings and this is no exception. A beautiful setting for what looked like a great evening with friends – the outside was totally cooperating with the magical colors.

    1. You flatter me, and I am grateful!

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