Tuesday, September 18, 2012

My Fall Table

I wonder what the dinner conversation around my table will be like this Fall?
 Perhaps my guests will comment on my old picture turned chalkboard on the wall ushering in the Fall Season?
 Or maybe they will want to know if I harvested and picked the wheat that's used in the place setting?
Oh I know, they will probably want to know where I got those gold chargers that I put out, and comment on how well they work with the traditional fall colors of orange, yellow and green. 

 Wait it a minute, I bet it's going to be about my Burlap Cornucopia that sits in the middle of the table. 
 They might even fall out of their chairs and on to the floor when I tell them it was made with a tomato cage!

And I imagine my real nosy guests ( the same one's that fell to the floor) will want to know how much I paid for my Pier One plates that sit on top of the chargers.
 Enjoy your meal and the conversation.
For more of my fall projects , click here.
PS- After dinner you can click here to see how I constructed the cornucopia.






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23 comments:

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Beautiful tablescape and what a gorgeous centerpiece!!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Aren't you the smartest using a tomato cage for that. Pretty tablescape.

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Gorgeous tablescape!!...The conversation will be of how so very talented and creative you are!!!....

Erin @ Chronic Christian Crafter said...

I love it...all of it is simply gorgeous! I would definitely not be falling out of my chair! More like...taking notes ;)

Erin

Sherry said...

Lovely! Love all the details!

Morning T said...

Looks great Laura and that tomato cage burlap cornucopia is amazing! So creative....
xo~
T

Maple Lane said...

You have such a flair for combining all these lovely elements! Very welcoming and cozy!

Kirby Dunton Carespodi said...

Very nice!!

Cozy Little House said...

I'm pretty nosy. S'pose I'd be on the floor.
Brenda

Judy Clark said...

What a beautiful table!! I love the cornucopia - that is amazing and so appropriate for the season.

Judy

Diane Roark said...

A great fall table. It is really pretty. Blessings, Diane Roark www.recipesforourdailybread.com

Heidi @ Decor & More said...

Gorgeous! I'm in awe of your burlap cornucopia! What's for dessert?? ;-)
xo Heidi

Eclectically Vintage said...

How cool is that cornucopia!! Hopping over to pin that baby!
Kelly

thistlewoodfarm said...

I love that cornucopia.....seriously. When it goes viral....will you remember the little people :)

Have a great day rock star!
karianne

The Cottage Market {Andrea} ♥ said...

I am sure the conversation will be engaging just as the table setting is! it is drop dead gorgeous!!!!! kudos!

as far as Halloween not being what it use to be -- i will have to say my Mom did do a lot -- she was always class Mom (i know that is where i get it from ...only she wasn't invovled in the PTO and i made it up the high ladder...wouldn't do it again however : ) LOL!!!! making things for the class is so much more fun! i will say though that trick or treating has changed A LOT...I remember miles of territory covered and major swaps being held and tons stored for the winter months : ) LOL!!!! sending hugs!!! : )

Mary said...

Your tablescape is simply gorgeous! Your guests will definitely be asking all those questions. :D

Bliss said...

I have some tomato cages. They did not do such a great job with the tomato's so perhaps they should be turned into cornucopias.

~Bliss~

Karah @ thespacebetweenblog said...

I just tried to comment and got this message ..Conflicterende bewerkingen

Er zijn tegelijkertijd meerdere pogingen gedaan om deze bron bij te werken. Dit wordt mogelijk veroorzaakt doordat je hebt dubbelgeklikt op een link of een knop, of omdat iemand anders deze blog of dit bericht ook aan het bijwerken is.

Klik op de knop Vorige

Ummm, yeah, Blogger translate everything to Dutch for me. So I have no idea if it went through but still think this is all awesome!!

Between You and Me said...

your table is absolutely beautiful....fall is my favorite season, and I never tire of seeing how everyone decorates!

You've got a great eye for pulling it all together.

ImSoVintage said...

I imagine warm and cozy dinners around your beautiful table. Love your centerpiece.

Hugs,
Laura

Heather SettingforFour said...

A burlap cornucopia?? So clever and adorable! Love your beautiful table - thank you so much for linking up to the Traditions N~S~E~W Thanksgiving Linky Party. Am following you on twitter and pinterest now :)

The Tablescaper said...

Neat idea to use the tomato cage. Love the feathers. It would be great to have you link to Seasonal Sundays one of these Sundays. This would be the perfect post!

- The Tablescaper

Tammy Partin Spangler said...

Beautiful tablescape! I love the feathers!

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