Tablescape Tuesday: Colour My World!

“I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me”
Galatians‬ ‭2‬:‭20‬

Have you noticed a pattern on Tuesdays?  It’s the summer for al fresco tablescapes!  I am loving our new garden, as it is blooming and growing…and I am taking advantage!  We have shared a couple of tablescapes in the garden so far and you can see them here: The Garden Edition and Broad Stripes & Bright Stars. We have also been working on the patio; it has new tile, table and chairs, and we still have more we want to do…but it may have to wait until fall or possibly next spring!  We really enjoy eating on our patio, and although Sunday evening was somewhat cloudy, it was still a beautiful summer evening! Why don’t you pull up a chair and join us!

The setting is a mix of colors and textures!  But the showstopper is God’s colorful world!

The stemware and matching vase was my table inspiration!

From the stemware, I pulled colors of teal, orange, fuchsia, and lavender!

From this view you see the hibiscus blooms, staked tomato plants, and the blooming sunflowers!

We love the privacy at the back of our home. There are no houses nearby…only pasture!!!

The centerpiece is cut blooms from our Rose of Sharon bush!

The showy flowers attract birds, butterflies, and obviously bees!

I have always been and will always be a fan of color!

Do you know what this little container is used for?  I bought two of them when Butch and I visited Oak Alley Plantation in Louisiana!  It is a replica of an antique fly catcher.  A sugar water mixture is placed in the bottom rim of the glass container.  Attracted by the scent the insect will fly into the glass  through the bottom hole…you can barely tell from the pictures, but it is raised by little feet!  Once inside, the insect cannot get out.  These containers were placed on dining room tables in Southern plantation homes.  You can read more about our trip here: Grande Dame.

Water hyacinth placemats added texture to the Indian cotton cloth.  The hand-painted mini terra cotta pots are one of my favorite sets of napkin rings!

The bright pops of color make me smile!

As I was setting the table we had a turkey in the pasture gobbling!   Butch said it is most unusual this time of year.  We never know what we will see…bald eagles, red fox, deer, raccoons…we love country living!  We hope to enjoy many dinners on the patio and in the garden this summer and fall!

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

The Details:

Tablecloth – TJ Maxx
Placemats – Tuesday Morning
Dinner plates/napkins – Home Goods
Stemware/vase – Pier 1 (several years ago)
Flatware –
Flower pot napkin rings – craft show

pam closing

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  1. Karen Skinner says:

    Beautiful, Pam! Love the colors! I know you are enjoying your new outdoor space. Can’t wait to see your fall pictures!

  2. Kim says:

    Your table is beautiful! I’m salivating over your garden in the background. How I would love to stroll through and see all your beauties! I’m with you on the love of color. Your table creates such excitement simply by the color mixture alone. Your stems and vase were the perfect place to start! Isn’t it fun how a table can evolve? That’s the fun part of creativity, I think. You’ve definitely got the gift! Blessings~

  3. Rosie M. says:

    Wow! What exquisite color combinations! Love this table……your napkin rings are darling! Thanks for sharing this. How perfect such a setting fits into the surrounding area of your luscious backyard. Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

    • CC, thank you for taking time to comment! I read that you live in Stockholm, we have visited your beautiful city! Nice to meet you and I will be checking out your blog!

  4. Tara Lehman says:

    Pam, your Tablescape is beautiful! I love how colorful it is! Those antique flycatchers sound really neat! If they work I totally want to get some:). Thanks so much for sharing at Dream. Create. Inspire. Link:) I hope you will join us again tomorrow night!!!! have a great rest of your week, Tara

  5. Stephanie says:

    This is definitely one of my favorite tablescapes from you, sweet Pam. I simply love the colorful glasses and other chherful accents. I am sure everyone has a smile on their face when they eat at your table :)

    Thanks for sharing with Roses of Inspiration. Also, forgive me for not letting you know about your feature. Yesterday was so busy… :) Hugs to you!

  6. Jann Olson says:

    I love color too and this tablescape is gorgeous against the green of the grass! Love the pretty Rose of Sharon. Mine are just starting to bud. thanks for sharing with SYC.

  7. lelaburris says:

    Your tablescapes keep getting more and more beautiful every week! I am always so excited to see what you share at Inspiration Thursday. This bright and colorful setting is definitely my favorite so far! See you next time!

  8. FABBY says:

    Oh Pam, you sure outdid yourself with this stunning table! I don’t know where to begin, and I thought with your gorgeous garden where you planted your setting with that great pink table topper and yes, the glassware is marvelous! Your color choice is awesome and perfect for al fresco scale.

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