Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Eclectic But Yet Traditional Tablescape

Playing it safe is always easy, but I like to shake it up from time to time.  I really like adding something funky with classic.  Add a large lime green pussy willow ball with Lenox Moonspun china, throw in some fall florals and of course a feather to get a eclectic but yet traditional tablescape.















Lenox Moonspun China  ~  Mom's Wedding China
Barnethal Flatware ~  Homegoods
Krosno Crystal Wine Glasses  ~ Macy's
Floral Arrangements  ~ Dollar General
Pussywillow Ball ~ Pemberly Collections

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Enjoy!

19 comments:

Table Escapes said...

Subtle and traditional...my favorite picture of all is with your gorgeous hutch in the background....how clever of you to use fabric in the back! have a great weekend..sharon

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

So beautiful and so elegant. Beautiful china, crystal and your container with the moss ball is lovely. Hugs, Marty

Debbie said...

First, I feel old. My own wedding crystal is Moonspun by Lenox. LOL. It's LOVELY and looks beautiful on this table with the very elegant china. What I'm enthralled with is that pussy willow centerpiece! I have never seen anything like it. It's stunning!

D.B. said...

Very pretty! You can never go wrong being "eclectic"! I think we are on the same wavelength.....

Emily said...

Love it!! And, where did you get the mini birds?! Adorable!

Style Sisters said...

Gorgeous...love the centerpiece! I need that..I love lime green! Thank you for linking up to Centerpiece Wed. and sharing your ideas.
Karin

Melissa said...

I really like the feathers.

Sarah said...

Beautiful, romantic table. ~ Sarah

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Very pretty, I love the single pheasant feathers!

xinex said...

Simple but very elegant and chic! Love the centerpiece...Christine

Tricia@The Dull and the Dutiful said...

Like Debbie (earlier comment), I have the Lenox Moonspun crystal, and my Lenox Windsong china is the same shape as your mother's featured here. I love the way you've modernized it with the organic elements! Great job!

Mimi said...

Beautiful table, Lacy...lovely centerpiece.

Marlis said...

Love the china. It has the same shape as my wedding china. Very beautiful table.

Entertaining Women said...

You've skillfully blended your Mom's lovely Lenox Moonspun china with contemporary accents to create a beautiful and quite sophisticated design. Thank you for sharing your charming tablescape. Cherry Kay

Bill said...

Hi Lacy,

Very dramatic and sophisticated. I really like the way you've combined elegant pieces with organic ones. Nicely done, and your photographs capture it all beautifully.

Your mom's china is wonderful -- I thought, "Lenox!" when I got the first glimpse of it. There's no mistaking that warm color, transluscence, cup shape, and heavily banded platinum rim. It looks great on your table!

Hope your weekend goes well.
Bill

Miss Merry said...

I love your moonspun china - it is so beautiful and elegant. Really lovely. And such a pretty table!

Becolorful said...

thank you for visiting Becolorful and leaving a comment.
Stopping by here and I smiled right away. I love taking something traditional and interjecting that unexpected element and that is exactly what you have done. I'm a fan of your look and I loved your images.
Pam

Pemberley said...

Wow this looks amazing and you're such a great photographer! I had no idea you were the one who ordered on of the pussywillow balls from my retail website. Thank you for the mention! Those ball have been popular and they are a good alternative to the preserved boxwood because they are such a good price! I love the back lit china cabinet too!
Amy

The Zhush said...

Just popped in from Amy's blog, love how you used this Pussywillow ball as a centerpiece, so chic and so creative!