Monday, October 15, 2012

Easing Into Fall

As you can see by these two last posts, I am in no hurry for fall, or Halloween. I have a bad habit of not getting interested in a holiday until about a week before. Kinda too late when you are a blogger. I still curse the stores when I go into them in August and Christmas is up already. So maybe after this post I might skip Halloween and get a head start on fall and Thanksgiving........ or not. .....

My table features mercury glass from Nell Hill's for the centerpiece. 


This tablescape matches the last post of the hutch, with colors of silver, white and green.








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7 comments:

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Your tablescape is very elegant and beautiful! I love the colors and the mercury glass is exquisite.

Athena at Minerva's Garden said...

What a gorgeous table setting, Pat--I love the silvery mercury glass combined with the wonderful greens! So nice to hear from you at my blog today--what encouraging words you left me--thank you!

Suzy said...

Simply beautiful! Love the green and silver mixed together.

Alycia Nichols said...

Pretty, pretty, pretty! You did Nell Hill's proud today! I still have not been to the one in Atchison. I think it's only like a 45-50 minute drive, but I just can't seem to hit that highway! I'm with you on not wanting to get busy with a holiday until a couple of weeks out. I have been forced to go that extra mile this year, though, since I'm teaching tablescaping through the local community college. My house has three Christmas tablescapes set up in it right now in anticipation of next week's classes!!! That's just insane!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Your Mercury glass is beautiful - love the pairing with the green and white - quite a strikingly beautiful table. I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
Kathy

podso said...

Very pretty tables cape. I love the green and white together.

Babs said...

I'm LOVING the silver, white and green colors with the natural runner and on the wood table. You have a winner there...subtle and casually elegant.
Babs