As much as I love Fall and think of it as my favorite season.....I must admit that the end of Summer gives me a bit of "the blues". So what's a "tablescaper" to do but set the table....
Blue and white toile seems to capture the pastoral beauty of an English countryside.
....young lovers enjoying a few stolen moments of leisure on a Summer afternoon.
Flowers in a white soup tureen. I found this tureen at Goodwill or thrifting a couple of years ago. It didn't have an underplate, but this antique platter seems to fit the bill.
Love how well the dollar tree blue stems blend right in.
Let's have a breakdown of the dishes....
First I have a clear glass plate layered over.....
Love these antique tissue linen placemats. I thought the Target faux ivory flatware mixes in to this elegant table quite well.
I was thinking that the china showed an English countryside.....but on the rim there seems to be a windmill. Makes me think of Holland.
I'm not sure, but this looks like a church to me.
Baskets of flowers and birds. Perfect for a summer day....don't you think?
A "birds-eye" view of the table....
Speaking of birds....remember when we all found these a few years ago at Target and the adventures they all had?
Love the pastels and white against this old oak table.
Late afternoon casts beautiful shadows over the table.
I'm joining Tablescape Thursday at http://betweennapsontheporch.net/. You'll be glad you stopped by for a visit if you check it out!