If I could pick one thing I like doing most in the house, it would be creating table settings. That beats the heck out of vacuuming or doing laundry.
The dining room table is always a good canvas. I don’t think too much about what I’m going to do and never know from where inspiration is going to come. Here, for example, it was a brightly colored tablecloth. Rather than use it to cover the table, I folded it as a table runner and turned back the corners to show off the colors.
With candles and much used containers of not real flowers added the table decor waits for whatever happens next.
When it became time to prepare for a gathering with friends, it was a piece of cake. All purpose white dishes are on floral chargers along with accessories that pick up the colors in the centerpiece. I like doing a little something with napkins so I turned the corners back to mimic the runner.
The finished table is a simple, no fuss one that welcomes thoughts of spring.
Never let it be said that with a few changes a completely new look can be created. This time around there is lots of color and texture.
I happen to have plates of many colors and they are perfect with those in the runner. Texture is provided by the straw mats.
With napkins folded accordion style and salad plates found some time ago at World Market each place is a little different.
Who knows how many more changes will occur, but for this time around, the setting is fun with those touches of whimsy that characterize many of my tables.
9 thoughts on “Everyday Tables”
Just beautiful, as always
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Your creativity shines on your table settings. Extra nice to have friends sit around the table to enjoy them.
I always love your table, Linda! They are artistic, creative, and filled with color.
Linda… this is your table setting that motivated me to get new candle holders! Next event I will add a runner and flowers… still looking for the right candles! Miss our time together— really!! Enjoy SC and your buds
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I love the idea of folding a tablecloth into a runner, it looks great! I love all the different settings, so colorful and bright for Spring!
Your creativity is inspiring. Your table looks inviting and oh so colorful and unique. We are sorry we missed your arrival. We hope to see you on our return in May.
You always do it so well!
Each table setting is a work of art!
Ah! Such a pretty table!