Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Burlap#Pumpkins#Sunflowers#



People who love to set a table during Fall knows the fun of using burlap. Autumn is the time when burlaps are used in decors to give an elegant and rustic look.

I decided to do a table with a burlap this season and its the first time I've used it as a table spread. The pumpkins, sunflowers, candles along with the burlap look adorable.

Enjoy the season with a burlap fabric which are easily available, inexpensive and give a cozy look....:)
























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6 comments:

  1. I can't say I care very much to decorate for the Seasons. I bore too easily and quick for the time we have a Season set... for example we're in Autumn and we have all four seasons - kid you not! - during the day so it throws me out of balance and determination. But your creations around the net make it easy not to decorate because there's so much and so lovely.
    I love this setting of yours and I can't get over how cute is that napkin and the whimsical napkin ring your created. I need a burlap table cover - that doesn't smell - for my Christmas Table!
    Enjoy Fall Dear Sujatha!

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  2. Fall is my favorite time of year and I love burlap. I have not used it as a tablecloth yet though. After seeing your beautiful table, I want to go get one. It is just lovely.

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  3. By the way, I absolutely love your owl candle holder. Just adorable.

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  4. Beautiful tablescape pretty lady! Love the burlap and those pumpkins are stunning.

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  5. Sujatha - I love sunflowers. I think this table is great (so was last's week's sunflower table) - and I especially love the flatware. It looks like wooden handles?? They go so well with the dinner plate (and in the picture, it looks like a sort of marble. Pat and I have spent the last hour on the phone discussing your blog this week. We both love it and can't decide what the plate is made of. Don't mind us - we get pretty "wacky" when it comes to neat tables....)

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  6. You are right about burlap, Sujatha, your table is beautiful...Christine

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