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Hello there, hope you are well. I was amazed at the response to my little last minute post yesterday and enjoyed reading over ALL points of view. Though many agreed with me, some did not and I truly appreciate everyone expressing their opinion and believe we can respectfully agree to disagree.

I think when we each are able to express ourselves in a peaceful non combative way, we can all learn something from each other (maybe the world should learn from us lol). So I thank you for chiming in and think I  need to hold more “Just because” conversations:) So……maybe will that a more regular occurrence. But for now, back to the pretty fluff as I like to call it:)

As you know by now, I am part of a group of talented bloggers that features a selected tablescape of their choosing every month. It’s a lot of fun to supercharge my creative forces through this monthly activity. I always enjoy putting something together and of course very much enjoy getting to see what the others have come up with.


My summery tablescapes are now a thing of the past as we gently plow forward into fall. This is a simple but pretty and understated fall tablescape which started with my pretty white pumpkins. Sometimes working out of my comfort zone (without blue and white) is a challenge as it is such an integral part of what I do.

I could not have been happier with the way this came out. I think the rich colors of the beautiful fall themed plates are a  perfect compliment to the little white pumpkins that give the table an elegant simplicity.

I topped the setting with beautiful linen monogrammed napkins, and a centerpiece made of white pumpkins and pretty fall leaves, simple and easy. The gorgeous silver handmade napkin rings are truly a work of art and like jewelry for the table. So here is what I came up with this month-



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The ingredients-

Chargers and all silver- from my shop

China- Horchow (from a while ago)

Glasses- Anthropologie

Silver- Old sterling have had for a long time

Monogrammed napkins- my shop

Pheasant salt and peppers- Vagabond House from my shop


Thank you so much for stopping by. I had a lot of fun putting this together and challenging myself to not add blue and white:) I love fall and all that it represents, it is by far my favorite season of all. Please be sure to stop on over to see all the other posts-


Please visit my friends to see the inspiring tables they are sharing this month:



Lilacs and Longhorns


Town and Country Living




Cedar Hill Farmhouse


Stone Gable


The Enchanted Home


Wishing you a wonderful day. Until next time…..just a few reminders!


Almost full- have room for about 15 more pictures!

It’s time for the Enchanted Fall Love contest! As the temps start to drop and the leaves begin to fall, capture those special moments that best capture the essence of autumn!

Whether its your decorated pumpkins, flower arrangements, front door fallscape,your darling kids playing in fall leaves,  whatever…as long as it has to do with fall and you think it’s a winning shot, plesae send it in!

  • There is a cap of 70 pictures, so once 70 are received the contest is closed.
  • Accepting submissions as of today through Oct. 19th
  • Up to 2 pictures per person (please be sure they are not copied from internet and not of same exact thing)
  • Please email your winning shot(s) to [email protected] and on subject line put “Fall Love contest”  (get lots of email so need to separate those)
  • You will get an acknowledgement email stating that we have received your pictures
  • The winner will win one of these amazing statuary fiberglass pumpkins


Last day for the amazing Vagabond House promo (last one before the holidays)! Click here to view














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Your fall tablescape is lovely, Tina! Have you heard of Jennifer Carroll, who has a blog and is on Pinterest? She was an event planner for many years and has had her work featured in Victoria and other magazines. Recently, she had a beautiful fall tablescape incorporating blue and white that I think you would enjoy!

I love your tablescape. Very elegant as always, your taste is so perfect. Thank you for the inspiration. It is always so fun to see what you put together. It inspires me to pull out some of the pieces I rarely use and try new things. I collect so much tableware because I think it is beautiful then don’t use it. Now I will try 🙂


I could not agree with you more. IT is nice to have conversations like this and agree to disagree. We do not all have to have the same opinions, thats what makes us individuals.

Love your tables cape! I think everything looks better with a pumpkin on top and a little transfer ware.

Have a great day!

A very lovely tablescape.. I would be honored to have a meal at this table. The accoutrements would be the “food” for me!

Beautiful tablescape ( why am I not surprised)! I’ve always loved the little white pumpkins. I decided to do something different this year with them. I sponged 2 different shades of blue paint on them to look like spongeware/spatterware. They came out so cute that I decided to do a larger white one.

I love an elegant cozy and warm table setting and yours is just gorgeous Tina. I’m so happy to have found your blog through this group and need to explore your on-line shop!

Oh Tina, your tablescapes are always so stunning and this one does not disappoint! I adore your gorgeous plates and those monogrammed napkins slay me. The beautiful pewter accents are perfection. Love it all! Everyone on this tour raises the bar each month — it’s getting more and more challenging to keep up with you talented ladies! 🙂

Tina, had you not mentioned that you didn’t use blue and white, I’m not sure I would have noticed, since your table still has the same spirit and feel as your traditional blue and whites. It’s such a beautiful setting and I just love the bits of orange berries mixed with the more understated fall colors. Lovely job!

What a spectacular table. I love every single detail! Thank you for always including the sources too as I want to always duplicate everything you do. You need a book;-)
Going to go back to your post to see what it was all about, have a great fall day, Tina.

So pretty and fall-like, Tina! Love how you used your tole planters to hold the white pumpkins and the leaves and berries add the perfect accent. We hope your week is going well!
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Love the table setting! As always your table settings are always perfect with great attention to detail…This one is elegant, warm, and it just makes me smile! Your blog is such a treat and you are a true inspiration!

Tina, I love your china, and your table is breathtakingly beautiful. I smiled at your blue and white napkins (I am seeing how blue and white are always appropriate). And I love your sales! My husband, the gentleman farmer… on weekends only, just bought more land and a small cottage came with it, so once I rehab the little house, I will need your lovely shop to make it a rustic cottage, as I call it. The husband has 2 houses decorated his way, so this will be all mine and I am so happy!! I draw much inspiration from you. Thank you!!

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