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Hello there! Have you gotten your summer party groove on? Whether its a table for two or a party for 20…….there is no denying that summer dining is one of the perks of the summer season. Yep, the season of al fresco eating is upon us! I love nothing more than eating outdoors and the only thing that makes it better is sitting down to a beautiful tablescape. And the beauty of summer entertaining is that it need not be expensive, actually a beautiful table can be created with very little, imagination is the only “must have”. Add a few candles as the crowning touch and you are ready…….

So I have gathered a collection of wonderful and inspirational tablescapes that reflect elegant effortless summer entertaining. I love summer entertaining,  love setting a pretty table and am crazy for flowers, table linens, beautiful china, sterling flatware, and pretty much anything that has to do with setting a beautiful table! What do you like to do when you set up a summer table? Any special tips you want to share? Do tell!

Finally a summer tablescape giveaway to get your party groove on….all details at bottom. In the  meantime, sit back, enjoy and take in all the beautiful details of these gorgeous summer tables!

Lots of pictures and details to take in……so get those Pinterest fingers and notepads ready!

 To me this says “the perfect summer table”. It’s as inviting and pretty as it is fun and partylike. Love the touches from the tiny and inexpensive American flags, and french fries served in mini boats….love it all! Pottery Barn

I do love the idea of mixing elements, metals and woods, flowers and greens…..gorgeous!

The blues are always a beautiful inspiration in setting a gorgeous summer table, so crisp and clean, Centsational Girl
Rustic, simple and totally charming……. French by Design

Sunflowers are like summers flower poster child….they always add so much life to a summer table

 Love the idea of layering rustic elements, the greenery, the wicker chargers against the white plates, and adding a sprig of lavender….all so stunning, Julia Usher
This to me says its not about how fancy the accoutrements are at the table but how they are displayed, this is simple yet so pretty and inviting and festive! Pottery Barn

Love everything about this from the white ginger jars to the gorgeous peaches and pinks that make this a beautiful summer setting, Barbara and Jo

 Love the elegant simplicity of this, a beautiful orange tree against the blue and white……perfection,
Carolyne Roehm

White china and  simple greenery or white flower can be so pretty…….Chelsea Fuss

 Should be no surprise how much I love this inspiration for a tablescape….blue and white with an oversized  hurricane and a bowl of green fruit…..perfection! The party dress

 Ahhhh….the serenity of the all white table, never ceases to amaze and inspire, Lstylebylisa

 This is so beautiful… the pink and green theme, spectacular!

 Green and white looks so fresh, add a few pots of greenery and you are done, Mary Carol Garrity

Sunflowers are always a good idea! Carolyne Roehm has shown us once again, just how stunning they can be, love the pewter and antler additions

 Love how vivid and warm this is, and little is required…..bright linens, an urn of fruit, and colored glasses….voila! Media Cache
 Another great example of how you do not need to invest a lot to create a beautiful table. Love the idea of individual potted plants for everyone to take home……
This is great looking and so affordable..adding cord or tie as a napkin ring holder to your blue and white summer table!
Gorgeous!! Love the  mix of colors….and of course the stunning summer flowers. Southern Living

Adding even a bowl of lemons and limes is a quick easy way to create a summer feeling centerpiece!

Simple, rustic and so beautiful….the lemon and limes still on their branches with leaves makes a stunning centerpiece against the blue and white
 Shells and ocean themed tabletops are beautiful and so appropriate for summertime entertaining, Between Naps on the porch
Love this eclectic setting, different chairs, all kinds of interesting tidbits as centerpieces…this illustrates beautifully that your imagination is your only limitation! Brandon Kidd Photography

How pretty is this? Love the idea of a vintage crate filled with beautiful colored fruit against sherbert colored flowers…..add white plates and you have yourself one beautiful table! Picture perfect for you

Do not underestimate the power of a big bunch of sunflowers, a stack of white plates, a simple table linen and a pretty tray holding some goodies. Case in point is shown here!
 For a casual yet beautiful setting, patriotic napkins, wicker chargers, red and white flowers and cute touches like beer in Mason jars are a wonderful way to jazz up a casual summer table, PB
 Love the simple idea of gingham napkins with a sprig of rosemary (never underestimate the power of using an herb or greenery as a decorative element)! Mimi Coco Poppy
Blue, white and hydrangeas are a trio made in heaven! Stonegable
Wow! The power of the almighty monogrammed napkin…..fabulous! Southern Living
 Beautiful rustic elements, like wicker chargers, a linen table runner, a bit of greenery are always sure things for a summer table, Pottery Barn
 There is nothing that a cluster of soft pink peonies cannot cure… so beautiful! Wedding Illusions

Gorgeous idea for  a summer centerpiece….this is an old trough would work great with a dough bowl too, Nina Foutch

Here is a simple and easy idea…fill a bunch of glass containers with lemons and limes, perfect for summer, adds a pop of color and so simple!

And if you really don’t want to bother with china and fancy glasses….you can always go for the gorgeous new melamine that looks like the real deal! These are all from the newest line I am carrying and I absolutely cannot wait to set up my first tablescape, you can be sure I will be sharing it with you!

 YES….all of it really is plastic! Heavy too…people are so surprised when they pick it up, its amazing!

Here is a look at all the patterns/colors, click here to visit the line at my online shop.….

Finally the giveaway, one lucky winner will receive 8 of the fleur de lis plastic unbreakable dishwasher safe high ball glasses to get your summer party mood started……..

To be eligible…..

Just leave a comment here telling me your favorite pattern from my online selection of summer tabletop patterns. Click here to go to to my online shop. Want a second chance? Visit The Enchanted home on Facebook and tell me your favorite pattern.

Winner to be announced Saturday morning. Good luck and remember all anonymous commenters, you must leave your name and last name initial in the body of the comment. Good luck and thanks as always for stopping in!

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Castles Crowns and Cottages on

I’m here! THE PROVENCE is my absolute favorite, Tina! And what a lush display of beauty. My PINTEREST fingers got busy!!!!! Anita

Anonymous on

Tina- this makes me want to have a party, so many incredible tables all in one place. My mom is a caterer and summer is her busiest season so I am going to send her this post, I know she would love to see it.

My favorite patterns are Provence and Amalfi. I am considering getting one as a gift to myself! Love every single item in your shop. Beautiful post here.

Alison G.

Lynda Bergman Decorative Artisan on

All of the table settings that you chose are so beautiful! I love visiting your blog and your shop. It was hard to decide a favorite pattern, but I think LaGuna is my very favorite one. I can see it outdoors in a white setting and lots of pink flowers and green foliage. Lynda

Debby Steele on

Gorgeous. My fave is the one from Between Naps on the Porch! xo

Acquired Objects on

Outside dining has certainly come a long way from my Grandmother’s day of paper plates and sitting on an old log huh? I couldn’t believe your tablescape was all plastic and my favorite is the Laguna pattern. We’re looking forward to outside dining as soon as the rain stops and it warms up a few degrees.


KD on

Loving the Amalfi pattern. This post makes me want to be less lazy when feeding my family let alone actually throw a party!

The Decorative Dreamer on

I love the crisp distinct colors and patterns of the Provence. They seem to be the most vivid and seem so bold and beautiful. Of course, I would be lying if I didn’t say they were all beautiful, hehe! I love all of the settings you shared as well. So much eye candy! Thank you for all of the inspiration!

melissabinmo on

All of the tablescapes are gorgeous. Laguna is my favorite pattern. Love your blog and your store.

Sherry on

Absolutely Provence!

suburban prep on

I am so loving the Amalfi. I love the Navy especially but I like the peaks of other blues and the yellows

Mem's Political Scrapbook on

I love all the settings but I think my favorite would be the FLORENCE just because it has less blue in it. I’m not a real fan of blue but I do like the light blues. I also like the square plates! All of the tables looked so inviting. Made me want to throw a party.

-Lisa on

Hi Tina,
I LOVE summer entertaining. Gorgeous post.
My fave in the line you carry is Provence:-)


I’m planning to build a pool at my new home and these are perfect. I love the Laguna pattern for the greens. They are all beautiful. Carol

Jan on

They are all so beautiful, it’s hard to choose just one. However, if you twist my arm I’d have to say the Provence is wonderful and right up my alley. Thanks for the chance to win. I normally only enter contest and drawings where I really want the item, this is a big one!

Vickie Boyer on

Good morning!
I have to say Im drawn to the teal square. Im sorry I dont know what the name is. I m having a terrible time logging in to your shop. Cant get the names of the plates to come up. But I think they d be very versatile in adding other colors to. Thank you Vickie

Luciane at on

Hello Tina!

Wow!!! This post made me feel happy… it really did! I love the colors, the sunshine! Thank you for the inspiration.

Big hugs to you!

Luciane at

Amanda on

Hi Tina- what a beautiful post to wake up to. I love outdoor entertaining but admit I am not that great at it, its a work in progress. Got some good ideas here though and can see that even a novice like myself could handle!

I really love every pattern but Provence is to me the most beautiful. Looks so authentic, can’t believe its plastic. I think I need to order it. Would love to win the beautiful glasses.

Please add my name to the pool
Amanda B.

merrymac on

I love the Florence pattern. Classic. I can’t believe it’s not real china.

Mimi's Tapawingo on

I especially like the large salad bowls. My favorite would be BELLA BLUE.

Anonymous on

Hi Tina,

Sooooo pretty. I’m ready for the weekend so I can enjoy the outdoors a little. I like all the patterns but really connecting with the square Amalfi pattern. Thanks for your post.

Pam W.

Jeanne Dowdle on

Hi Tina,
The Laguna pattern is my favorite. Perfect for Florida and our pool setting. You find the most beautiful items..but these are practical and BEAUTIFUL!
Have a great day,

Anonymous on

Provence for sure! It is so gorgeous. It would look beautiful with my teak furniture. I love all your offerings and the two things I have bought from you I just love.

This post is so wonderful and full of great ideas. I am definitely keeping this one. Thank you!
Anne Walker

Marlis on

Thank you for this chance to win some great dinnerware. I love the new melamine, it’s stupendously wonderful. My fav has to be Bella Blue. Square, a color I don’t have – yet… but love this.. thanks.. xo marlis

Anonymous on

Provence Yellow is my fav!!! I have coral/rust umbrellas in my pool area and this pattern would really make my table top pop.


Sandy at You May Be Wandering on

Good morning Tina! All your outdoor table settings are perfect – very pin worthy indeed! My original favorite or your line was Provence but I decided I liked the square for a change, so my favorite is the Amalfi!

Have a lovely day – hopefully the sun will come out! xoxo

Barbara@HausDesign on

You know how much I love dining al fresco so this post was a real treat for me! I thought the one with the ferns was a refreshing change…but they were all lovely and I’d gladly sit down at any of these! πŸ™‚ As for your selection, I think the Provence line really calls to me. It brings back great memories of our time in France, Spain and Portgual with those vibrant colors! on

I love the Florence pattern. The colors just scream Alfresco Summer party!
xo, Lissy

Anonymous on

I absolutely cannot decide between Provence and Provence Yellow…they’re both so beautiful! The deep blue on the Provence is just lovely, and the yellow on the Provence Yellow is just so summery and cheerful!

Millie S.

jennifer smith on

Hi Tina, this post is amazing, I kept scrolling up and down, will surely be keeping this one handy. I am hosting a ladies luncheon for my community club at the end of June so you gave me some really good ideas here.
I love all the patterns but the Provence and Bella Blue are my favorites. Would love to have either of these and really hope to win the glasses!

Melanie on

The Bella Blue will look great with my outdoor upholstery.

Barbara Boyd on

I love the idea of flowers in the candlestick!! All of your tables are beautifully decorated. I was looking at these type of dishes just this last weekend and thinking that this is a wonderful way to entertain outside and not worry about the breakables, I love the Provence pattern. Blue in any hue is my favorite color.

Anonymous on

I love all of them, especially the Provence Yellow and the Amalfi! I have used mine on my rustic farm table under an old live oak tree. I got lots of compliments on them. No one could believe they were melamine! Great tablescape ideas!
Beth W.

Innkeeper Gwenn on

I do love them all, but my favorite pattern is the very French Provence Yellow!

Mimi on

Wow! This is so beautiful, better than some of my books on table settings. Many good ideas, love all your items but the Provence is my absolute favorite, love it with the wicker chargers. A close second would be Amalfi. Hard to believe they are plastic.
Hope I win- would be a great way to start my collection, thank you for the chance.

Anonymous on

I think you must be the hardest working bloger on the Web! Your entries are so detailed — I love everyone of them. I would like a mix of all of the beautiful plastic dinner plates, but if I have to choose — Provence Yellow! Keep up the good work. XO C. F. Jones —

Leslie on

Gorgeous post Tina with LOTS of alfresco dinning ideas! My favorite is the Provencal line .. with blue and white porcelain, wicker chargers .. and also the glasses:)

Anonymous on

Well, I had two typos in my post — see, I could never be a blogger! Blogger should have 2 g’s and I even input my email wrong —

Anonymous on

You must be the hardest working blogger on the Web. Your posts are so detailed — I love every one of them. I would like a mixture of all of the dinner plates, but if I have to choose, Provence Yellow! Keep up the good work. XO C. F. Jones —

Kathy Bunge on

Tina, love the Provence pattern but all are lovely! Glasses are beautiful too! Always enjoy your beautiful posts.

Kathy Bunge

Annie D. on

Call me lazy but I would take the Provence and make it my everyday AND outside AND formal dinnerware. It is that pretty. Love it with the wicker and blue glasses. Plastic has come a long way.
The ideas for setting a beautiful table are mind boggling. I got so many good tips here, love adding the lavender or a small stalk of greenery. So simple yet looks so pretty.
Thank you for this fun post.


Cindy Weis on

I love all the collections, but I think Laguna is my favorite.

The Paper Mulberry - Glenda Steel on

How wonderful Tina, what a fabulous resource of inspiration! If only the sun would shine!!! Here in Britain it’s as cold and wet as November (I still have cashmere on)! Your post is a breath of summer – just lovely!! Warmest of wishes – Glenda – PS I’m off to have a look around your gorgeous shop!

The Swapping Crafter on

Love the table settings! Thank you for brining us such fabulous ideas and products. So hard to choose from , mixing and matching a perfect option also. However, I Love the Laguna, simply lovely.

Anonymous on

Hello Tina,
Thank you for all of your lovely and informative posts. I always learn so much.
My favorite pattern is Provence. It has such a nice contrast of vibrant colors.
Chris N.

Anonymous on

The Provence pattern speaks to my Provençal heart. Love all the table setting tips. Thanks Tina for your beautiful inspirations!
Barb N from CO

Susan on

I love the “Laguna” pattern. I also love all of the tablescapes you showed today! I am inspired πŸ˜‰

Anonymous on

I just could not pick which one. It is between the Bella Blue and Provence pattern.
I love them all actually.

JeanneW on

I like the Provence the best. The play between the crisp navy blue and the sunny, bright yellow is very pretty. Thank you for the giveaway, Tina!

Maggie Rozinski on

Good Morning Tina! Thanks for sharing all of these beautiful table scapes. Your dishware is beautiful. I think that Yellow Provence is my favorite though. All the items in your store are always gorgeous!

Amy on

Provence or Provence yellow for their authentic flavor, reminds me of being in the French and Italian coastal towns from the best vacation two years ago. I think even a bag of doritos would look pretty on these plates.

Love these pictures…my pinterest fingers got a good work out.

Melanie R on

Oh I would have to have the Provence pattern. I’ve been dreaming about all the fun summer get-togethers that are coming and that pattern/plates etc. would do nicely! Your home is a dream, enjoy every minute of it!

vicki archer on

Such beautiful inspiration for entertaining Tina… so many gorgeous tables…
Your fleur de lys glasses are divine… xv

onnery on

How delightful could that be … a group of friend around the candlelit table at dusk, celebrating just because! The table is set with Laguna (I love the colour aqua) and the friends hold up their glasses (Fleur de Lis, of course!) to toast a magnificent moonlit gathering!
Thank you for the give away. Bonnie G.

Nancy Carr on

I was admiring each tablescape and pattern and was amazed they are plastic. If I have to choose it would be Laguna. I would love to have them all. I love the vibrant tablescapes created. Thank you.

onnery on

Oh, I guess I must say that Laguna is my fav.

margif on

All of the patterns are perfection – so much fun! My fav is Provence which I hope to get once we settle. What a lovely group of pictures you shared! Many thanks!!!!Margianne

Sammy on

The first one is my favorite. Thanks for the pretty things to look at!

Ashley on

I love the Florence print


Penelope Pitstop on

It was REALLY hard to choose a favourite pattern, they’re all lovely! Overall I settled on LAGUNA after much deliberation.

Love all the tablescapes – so many great ideas to change things up.

Thank you for the inspiration.

Louise R ~ UK

Amy G on

I really like bella blue. Hope I win πŸ™‚

Anonymous on

Thank you for your blog. It blows every other one out of the water! I can always count on you to have fresh and new posts almost daily. Your taste is top notch. So many blogs go a week or more without a new post and I lose interest, but never yours.

~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ on

Great looking dishes Tina. Can not decide between Provence or Provence Yellow. . .hummmmm. Love them both. I suppose I could mix the two on the table?
~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

Chic Coastal Living on

Love the rich blue in the Provence pattern! Great giveaway! I could use a set of chic glasses for summer entertaining!

zanetastyle on

Gosh Tina, you have inspired me as always!
The pink and green combo is what I must recreate now…it is my dream table setting.
hugs Z

kellyr78 on

I Like the Laguna pattern

peggy braswell on

These are such lovely photos, amazing! Laguna pattern for

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns on

Tina, this is a fabulous collection of summer tablescapes. I have many of these pinned myself for ideas.

I think any of your beautiful dinnerware would be a wonderful addition to a summer party.

Have a great night.

christy on

Provence for me thank you! They are all wonderful but this one is really drop dead gorgeous. I can see a whole Tuscan themed dinner around it. Love the glasses too. These beautiful photos have put me in the mood to plan a party! Thank you for such a great afternoon pick me up, Tina.

PS Got my bag today and LOVE it.

Anonymous on

This was very hard to do. I love all the patterns, but the one I like to best is provence yellow. Love, love, those glasses. Please, please pick me!!Faith B.

jd on

My favorite would have to be Florence. So sunny, so lovely.

jkeppel on

I love the Laguna pattern, I am a sucker for blue & green!!! The outdoor plates look fab!

Mel@Georgica Pond on

Oh my they are all divine. I’d have to say Laguna – that just epitomises beach, coast, water, ocean sand and summer to me. WE are entering the depths of winter now and I’m pining for some warm summery days to entertain just like your inspiration here. I’m bookmarking this for lovely ideas for how to entertain when it warms up.

Anonymous on

They are all too pretty, maybe laguna would be my fav. Great giveaway!!

Anonymous on

So hard to pick a favorite! But Provence is it for me the Florence is also so pretty- I think these could make even hotdogs look elegant:-)

Love all the tabletop pictures- so many beauties!
Ellen D.

BettyMarie on

Oh My! I just the Provence…it is definitely me!
Gorgeous dishware!
Thanks for sharing.

Mindy Simpkins on

Love the tablescapes…I’m all about the natural look! Thanks so much for sharing!
Lovely Laguna would be my choice…great giveaway!

pretty pink tulips on

Well, I didn’t make it past the first image before I had to start Pinning!!! πŸ™‚

Oh, I love an al fresco tablescape. We lucked out and had friends over for dinner the 1 Friday night, recently, that was perfect. We started and finished outside on the patio but had dinner inside. It was fun to keep the party moving. Dreaming of the next gathering.

My favorite pattern is Laguna!! Was just drawn to that blue and green. Great give away, as always!!!
xoxo Elizabeth

Cathie Flewellen on

HI Tina, Love your blog. I want to be you when I grow up!! I love the Provence pattern. Reminds me of Pierre Deux which you can no longer get. Anyway have just moved into a new house with a fabulous terrace and it would be so fun to have new dishes to christen it! Thanks for the awesome giveaway. Cathie

Anonymous on

Love them all but if I have to pick….Laguna would look very nice on my screen porch.

Mary C.

Anonymous on

Love Provence! It’s so elegant!

Tina O.

karel on

I love the Florence and Provence patterns.

Karen Albert on

Tina I adore the Blue Provence pattern and the glasses of course!

Art by Karena

Sharon (Roses and Rust) on

Wow, what a selection of beautiful table settings – I am all inspired now but might have to wait until summer, we are just going into winter here! I’m particularly drawn to the ones that use wicker and lots of greenery. Lovely post, as usual. x Sharon

Anonymous on

Beautiful is all I can say. It was so hard to chose my favorite, but I do love the Amalfi. The shape of the plate is very unique. Thank you, Debbie S.


love the navy blue city pavillion–wouldnt that be amazing to have that space here in the city! For the country I’ll take that fabulous long country table-hope you had a great Holiday weekend! xo Barbara

Ren?e Finberg on

the dining scapes all all beautiful.
can’t say i have ever seen the thick wicker chargers.
they look like birds nests.
i love them.


Anonymous on

I also love eating outside in the summer. The tables you chose were amazing. Beautiful. I love the Florence pattern. Perfection.
Melanie O.

Anonymous on

Nothing better than being outside in the summer and relaxing. Love all of the tablescapes but especially PB, they never fail to come up unique and fun ideas. My favortie patten is Amalfi which would look great on my outside dinning area. JILL

Whitepeony on

It’s hard to choose! Laguna, although Florence is a close second!!

Donna R. on

Tina: they’re all beautiful patterns for this summer, but if I had to choose, I love the Provence Yellow. Thank u for the awesome offer. Love your blog!!!!!

Donna R

sandy w on

What pretty tablescapes. I love all the dishes, but especially the Bella Blue.

Nan Parker on

What a fabulous post! If I had to choose just one favorite pattern, it would be the Provence. I’m planning a dinner party on my new covered patio here in Texas!

Holly on

They’re all wonderful, I’d be tempted to mix and match, but if I have to choose a favorite, the Laguna pattern is lovely πŸ™‚

Anonymous on

Great post! The weather is finally cooperating here in Kansas City for al fresco dining!!!
Very hard for me to choose one pattern, but Florence is my favorite. You have a lovely selection, Tina!!!

Have a great day!
Mary P

keshakeke on

Ooh! They are ALL so pretty! My favorite is the AMALFI!

Acanthus and Acorn on

The Provence totally fooled me and the Bella Blue is my second favorite!

Angie on

What a wonderful post! This is my first visit to your page but I will be sure to follow you from now on! The tabletops are soooooo gorgeous and I am going to save this post as a favorite so I can refer back to it when party planning! Hmmmmm….as for my favorite design, that is a hard one because they are all so beautiful. I guess I would have to pick the Florence.

Fingers crossed!!!


Rebecca Pederson Hessey on

My first choice would be the Laguna, and then the Amalfi, but I love them all.

Ann from Michigan on

Oh my goodness this is so hard to chose, but I think Bella Blue would be my first choice. Everything in your shop is beautiful.

I love your blog and visit several times a week. You are truly a creative woman.

Thanks for the opportunity.
Ann H

Anonymous on

Another great giveaway… my favorite is Provence. Perfect for around the pool.

Carol Ann Nelson

@somerskys on

First i love every single item in ur online store BUT the provence yellow is my absolute favorite, so SUNNY will make anyone SMILE even crouchity people πŸ™‚

ChristineS on

Dear Tina, Just a spectacular collection of summer table settings. Well done!!!

My favorite pattern from your collection is the Amalfi. Love it! I have seen several of your patterns for sale at a local high-end gift and house ware shop, and your prices are far better!

All the best,

Anonymous on

Love the bella blue. Love them all.

michele on

oh tina!!!! without question, FLORENCE is the pattern for me. it absolutely captures simple elegance and european charm for me.

and my favorite tablescape was French for Design…so rustic lovely.

best to you, girlfriend.


You Are Not Alone on

LAGUNA is my favorite, hands down! Maybe they’ll come live at my house someday! (-; To maybe join the glasses I win!??! haha

Maureen on

Lavguna is my choice for summer dining. Stomegable was beautiful but all of them were terrific. Thanks for the giveaway.

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone on

Provence! Love that immediately. I can’t believe those are plastic? They look just like the pottery I see in France, Italy and Portugal.

Kathy on

What a wonderful giveaway– I love the Florence !! This would look beautiful on an outdoor wooden Tuscan style table with lanterns hanging and under an old Olive tree. Thanks for another great post !

Decorative Interiors on

LOVE LOVE LOVE the Amalfi pattern! These plates are just about perfect for everyday use – Too bad they cannot go into a microwave –
but still pretty perfect for entertaining and outdoor use! Love your ‘table scapes’ photos!

Anonymous on

I just discovered your site today. So many of your lovely pictures are exceptionally exciting! I love your Provence yellow pattern so much. It makes me think of the apron that I bought in Nice–what wonderful memories! I also love your green lowball glasses–would be fantastic on my porch!

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Erwin Mercer on

Tina, I have been eyeing all of the beautiful patterns this spring. I think the one that I like best is the Provence pattern. The glasses are all fabulous too. Thank you for your inspirations. Love your blog.

Rhonda on

Yes, this post definitely calls for a pinning frenzy! Such beautiful tablescapes! I have admired your dishes in previous posts, all laid out on that wicker table in that gorgeous porch setting I admire so much! For my house, though, the choice would be Bella Blue! Love the soft French blue and square design of the plate!

Anonymous on

Love all of the patterns but I do favor Provence. They’d look so good on my patio and in my screened porch. Thanks, as always, for sharing such beautiful images and ideas.

Barbara R.

Nataliemilloy on

Love, love, love the Bella Blue!! I can already imagine how gorgeous my summer tabletop will be with it!

Natalie M.

Jenny Rose-Innes on

I adore the Laguna and cannot believe that they are manufactured in Melamine – brilliant idea!! I always love Carolyne Roehm’s tablescapes!

Your Blog is always a delight and a joy to visit! Jenny from the lime walk

M.J. Moore on

Bella Blue is perfect- I really like the shape as well as the color!


Anonymous on

Hello Tina,
First I have to tell you that you MUST make a coffee table book! LOVE your home and gardens!
Never tire of looking at them!
My first choice would be Provence…with Bella Blue as a strong second.
Mary H.

Pamela on

Hi Tina! What wonderful inspiration you have over here every time I visit. I would have to say Provence if my favorite pattern! We are currently redoing our backyard and all the furniture and what not will be khaki so Provence would be such a statement maker!

Odette on

I will take one of each! I use to have a small cafe and we served our lunch menu on an assortment of antique plates. I had savored that idea for years (1973) when I had dreamed of someday having my own restaurant. I love the Provence design although, seriously, it is so hard to choose only one! I’m sure if I won (PLEASe let it be me)I would have to go back and buy more. It’s incredible they are not china!!

Sheri Stromp on

I absolutely love the Amalfi pattern. (I really love all of them!) I’m going to a Pop-up dinner party next month and would love to take them along. I’m so happy I found your blog!

Maureen Braskich on

Hello Tina. Happy Weekend. Oh those baths…how wonderful!!! I moved to my new home a year ago and Laguna would look lovely in my yard. All of your patterns are gorgeous and boy would Provence Yellow have looked beautiful in my previous home!

Thank you for bringing us through the developments of your home. Your home reminds me of the one I grew up in and oh does your home ever bring back memories to me. I am intending to send a link to your blog so she can enjoy your home as well.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Jo on

I would have to sat it would be the Provence pattern.

Sarah on

This post is a wealth of information and inspiration for summer entertaining. I’ve got it bookmarked! Thanks for putting this together.
Love the colorful patterns of your new line. Provence Yellow is my favorite pattern. Thanks for putting my name in the draw. ~ Sarah

Anonymous on

REFRESHING! This is the first time visiting your blog and shop and I have to say it is absolutely B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L! A feast for the soul! How can one choose just one… So I would say, if I were inviting a few friends over tonight, I would choose Laguna. Thanks!

Judi of Little House on

I love the Laguna as it is really different. Although all of them are just beautiful, I like the Laguna as it’s just a wee bit different from the more frequently seen ‘Provencal’ type patterns – although it was hard to chose! I think with the green ‘glass’ ware, the Laguna would be a worthy setting to add to your photos!!! All of the tablescapes are just gorgeous!

Honey on

Love the Laguna! Although they all are great!

Amy Vermillion Interiors on

Gorgeous post Tina! Provence is my favorite! Boy we sure have come a long way from Solo cups and Chinette!
Hope your weekend is wonderful,

Enchanted Papers on

Hi Tina,
My favorite pattern is the Amalfi pattern. So gorgeous! Your post has really inspired me to have a summer party! As always, your taste is impeccable.
Mary F

laurie carpenter on

I have been hunting high & low for the rattan handle flatware you displayed in several of the photos above. Would you be able to tell me the name of the manufacturer?


AmbreRose on

I like the ELEGANT REPLICA VINTAGE CAKE SPADE, that will make cake taste better. ambrerose at-aol-dot-com

CarolT on

I thought they were all beautiful! I’m a real sucker for tablescapes! But the Provence is my absolute favorite! Wonderful post and so full of great ideas! Thank you!

Scraptabulous on

It was really hard to pick just one as quite a few of them are stunning and the others not too shabby either. Quite enjoyable! My pick is the following: Love everything about this from the white ginger jars to the gorgeous peaches and pinks that make this a beautiful summer setting, Barbara and Jo. and I second your comments. Thanks, Deb Paisie

Peter fadrick on

Thank you for your interest stuff.Prices are different in different categories like cake stand,tableware,kitchenware,salad bowl etc.

cheese board & salad bowl

Caterers in Indore on

A fantastic blog with a lot of useful information. I would love to get updates from you. Keep blogging. All the best.

Mona Klassen on

Can I be placed on your website to receive your entries??

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