Tablescape Tuesday: Morning Glories

“Yet he did not leave himself without witness, for he did good by giving you rains from heaven and fruitful seasons,
satisfying your hearts with food and gladness” 
Acts‬ ‭14‬:‭17‬

Today, I am introducing you to what is now known as “The Tablescape Marathon”!  I am sharing the first of five different tablescapes (in four different rooms) that we had so much fun putting together while I was at Patti’s!  What I love about these tablescapes is that none of them even come close to resembling the next.  This one will bring a little color into your life!

This room was the former living room and is now used as an extension for the formal dining room!

The silk tablecloth is a fabulous purchase by Patti on a trip to India.  The colors are vibrant and the cloth is reversible to a lovely blue and white pattern!

The Wedgwood Patrician “Morning Glory” pattern has a multicolor floral center and blue trim with an embossed outer rim.  It was produced from 1936-1981!

I tried to buy this china from Patti because I absolutely love it!  She wouldn’t sell and Butch was thrilled over her decision!

The sterling silver flatware is “Buttercup” by Gorham!

The pale blue angel napkin rings made by Mother were the perfect addition!  You first saw them here: It’s A Girl Thing.

The blue of the china is the same as the wall color!

A pair of blue and white ginger jars were made in England and add interest to the setting!

The French-made linen napkins were found in Marigot, the capital of French Saint-Martin where Patti and Mike vacation every year!

A pair of Lenox ruffled edged vases hold lovely yellow roses!

The 3-tier centerpiece contains bowls that match the china and are filled with sweet and savory bites!

The crystal pattern with a platinum rim is “Desire” by Lenox!

A cool camera shot looking through the back of the chair into the dining room!

The tablecloth and china are the stars of this Tablescape Tuesday!

“A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in a setting of silver”
Proverbs‬ ‭25‬:‭11‬ 

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  1. Rosie M. says:

    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!!! I’m drooling over that china and you have highlighted it perfectly with all your choices of accent pieces, linens (the tablecloth is to die for!), stemware and flatware. What a stunning tablescape! I’m looking forward to the others. Thanks for sharing……..Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

  2. Jann Olson says:

    That china is gorgeous and when I first saw that tablecloth I thought it had a bit of an India flair. Very beautiful! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  3. lulu says:

    As crazy as I am about textiles you can bet that the tablecloth immediately gets my attention. It is a magnificent source of inspiration, and I like very much how you Let it lead you to a delightful design.

  4. Kim says:

    You are so right. The vibrant colors in the table cloth and the morning glory china are the stars of this table scape! It’s a feast for the eyes, and the color combination reminds me of food on a plate. What could be better to get your taste buds watering for the food coming next after taking a seat? Looking forward to the other tables. It looks like you had so much fun!

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