Thursday, 4 October 2012

Fall for All

Hope you are enjoying this fall, with the warm colours of nature surrounding you, delicious recipes & with different fall table decors to enjoy your meal. I wanted to create a table for two with soothing colours & with the floral prints of a stone ware set.

The Biltons make of table ware, which I picked up in 1986 during my holiday trip to England, is very beautiful & is very close to my heart. Having used them extensively over the years I have lost a few of them. I captured these remaining ware by laying them on a bright afternoon....I guess they give the authentic English look.

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  1. This is a really pretty setting! I love all the flowers you use to create your tables. The colors and textures really bring the setting to life! I'm sorry you have lost several pieces of this pretty set, especially since you cherish them so much. I'm glad you have enough left for a cheerful fall table for two! Have a good weekend, and Happy Autumn!

  2. Gorgeous tablescaping my friend! Oh, I just hate it when I lose pieces of a pretty set of terrible! I love how you diod your flowers, they are so lovely. Thanks for coming, my daughter left home today after she was so sick, as you know. Now I'm doing my rounds and paying some late visits. Have a great weekend.

  3. Soothing setting in a true sense. The flowers in this setting makes it slightly romantic too. Another beautiful creation.

  4. How beautiful! The china is just lovely and looks so pretty by candlelight!
    Thanks so much for linking to Let's Dish!

  5. This is a beautiful post. Your images are amazing. The dinnerware is perfect for a fall setting.

  6. So beautiful is your table...the gladioli are gorgeous.

  7. Lovely table.

    Great to have you be part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper