I have not featured any tablescapes lately, so I thought it was about time. Today, I'm combining old and new for a fresh, spring look.
I am using a Pfaltzgraff "Heritage" dinner plate along with a Mikasa Gourmet Basics "Brava Yellow" bowl for a spring soup on a dark, wood charger.
The gorgeous yellow water goblet is Franciscan "Madiera" in cornsilk. These are from the 1970s and weigh a ton. My mom gifted them to me, as well as some water and iced tea glasses in green.
The flatware is Mikasa "Italian Countryside."
This is the Waverly toile runner I made paired with the taffeta napkins and bamboo napkin rings.
I always love to include some organic elements, so I have filled the box we made with old bottles, Forsythia, and birch logs we cut and topped with moss. There are actually several more of these in different heights I will be using later.
I have enjoyed this spring table especially with the addition of yellow. Thanks so much for stopping by!!
I'll be featured over at Debbiedoo's tomorrow for a home tour, so be sure to go by and check it out. I'm excited to be featured!
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