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Hi there, hope you are well Sometimes it feels like the world is unraveling, from airlines to the lack of help everywhere, lack of supplies, deterioration in services and quality of goods,  even my always trusty service that delivers our posts to you daily is having glitches every day this past week. My posts have not been going out at 9am as they are scheduled to. Crossing my fingers this post goes out sometime today! Incredibly frustrating to say the least.

So this is my weekly post on setting the table. Since I was away at my parents, did not have time to set an actual table so thought it would be fun to comb through the archives and share a bunch of past tables that I love and what fun it was going through them all!

Lots of pretty inspiration through the seasons, hope you enjoy….

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Favorite colors, many shades of blues with soft blue flowers, shown here is our figurine melmaine and basketweave flatawre 

An in office trial table featuring our original pagoda melamine, love how happy and bright it feels

A luncheon I had hosted, loved this table featuring our Mottahedeh china, lots of sparkling silver and our gorgeous etched hurricanes

So so love this table with our Lily of the Valely dinnerware as part of our collaboration with Caroylne Roehm

Nothing like all white, adore this table with our wicker ginger jars and planters, small mini vases and figurine melamine

Anotehr alfreco table with our mid sized double happiness jar for flowers, pagodas melamine, ginger jar salt and peppers and basketweave flatware and salt and peppers

One of my personal all time favorites! Love this vision in blue…this was my Easter table two years ago.

A pretty impromptu dinner table in blue, green and white

Another fabulous table in greens and earth tones for fall, featuring our green Lily of the Valley dinnerware by Carolyne Roehm

Loads of blue and white serving dishes ready for work next to a silver planter filled with flowers

 

Love the navy pagoda on this pretty and welcoming table

Another favorite, featuring our Beautiful Blues linens, figurine melamine and our gorgeous footed porcelain planter

Another favorite Christmas table, with my Herend china, crisp linens, plenty of crystal in including our gorgeous swag and garland large hurricanes

The blues and the basketweave work so well together, don’t you think!

A blogger luncheon I hosted years ago, pretty in pink!

Love a fresh green and white tablescape with wicker, such a pretty combination. Features our pierced dinner plate and chargers which just came back in stock

A close up of our Beautiful Blues table…love the two wicker pedastals in the background with two ginger jars, wicker and porcelain mix so beautifully

 

Love this spring table with our large hurricanes and these fabulous white azaleas dotted along the center of the table

Now this table, admittedly gets me very excited for fall! This was from last Thanksgiving, and features lots of fresh magnolia and white pumpkins, our silver mini table lamps, pagodas flatware, scalloped chargers and our large swag and garland hurricanes (the pheasant dinnerware is discontinued)

An oldie but goodie, another favorite. Our pagoda melamine on this petty white table with our tulipieres taking center stage. The blue and white is the medium and two whites are small. They make the most showstopping tables!

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Well, that sure was fun! Do you have a favorite? You don’t realize how many tables you have set until you start going through your pictures and wow, I have set a lot of tables in my day:) Always fun, like a fun, new experiment every time. Hope you enjoyed the post, I look forward to setting a pretty table this weekend for my post next week. How about you? Do you enjoy setting a table? Do you prefer day or night? Indoors or out? Would love to hear from you. Thanks for stopping in, until next time……..

 

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TT on

Love the two Lily of the Valley settings. Both the plaid and buffalo check let the dinnerware shine and not over power.

Rosita lacey on

I love seeing your tables. All are beautiful, elegant and inviting. I was just wondering though, do you ever just eat soup out of a pan? You give Hope to the rest of us. I love reading about you. Please continue!

Mary from Life at Bella Terra on

Tina, love it all! In the 9th photo, the Fall/green table, what is the source for the tablecloth? It’s beautiful !

Kathy D on

Tina, I’ve hinted at it before, but let me say it again clearly- you must publish a book showcasing all your gorgeous tabletops! I am serious! It could be Tables from an Enchanted House, or Enchanted Tables, or Tina’s Fabulous Tables! You get my point. This post just thrills my heart. Your creativity is apparently boundless. As for me, I especially love planning and then setting holiday tables. For that is really where the magic takes place, and memories are made.

Sharon Johnson on

Beautiful examples! Thank you! Also, I had to laugh to see your note that the pheasant dinnerware was discontinued. Of course I was just about to inquire about it!

Decorative Interiors on

What a great post!! Thank you – love your table scape creativity! 😇😍👌

Debbie McBride on

Beautiful table setting and home! Thanks for sharing!

Caron on

So many beautiful table settings! Thanks for revisiting these table inspirations.

Dawn on

They are all beautiful but my favorite is the pretty in pink with the tobacco leaf China. All the colors pop. I love dining at night with candlelight. And when the weather is nice enjoying what nature has to offer. Love all your blogs❤️❤️

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