Tuesday, November 15, 2011


Leaves may be falling in your area
In Savannah we are pretending
Sure that are a few, very few, leaves on the ground.
Most are still green and we don't have the vibrant colors that appear in the northern states.
Here is my interpretation of Falling Leaves

The candlestick was a thrift find HERE!
Nothing new was purchased for this tablescape.
You might say it was like raking leaves.
Pull together what is there and pile it up!

Charger-Walmart last year. Flatware-Horchow sale
Suede Leaf Mat-Big Lots (launders beautifully)
 Everyday Dinnerware-Kmart ages ago
Salad Plate-Walmart. Doilies-Dollar Tree
 Soup/Fruit Bowl-Walmart
 Napkins-Macy's clearance last year. 
Napkin Rings-thrifted HERE!

Goblets-Dollar Tree last year

 Natural Elements from the back porch.
 This table is an Antique Pub/Inn table from England.
It is very narrow (they weren't interested in centerpieces back then) so, decorative elements have to be kept to a minimum and there is rarely room in the center of the table.
 Leaf Dish-Old Time Pottery, Pinto Beans and Candle 
already had.
 The stack of books in the background 
are waiting for just the right bookcase. I may have to build one. 

Thank you so much for visiting! If you enjoyed your visit Please Leave a Comment!!
In the meantime, join me at these fine parties:


Tina´s PicStory said...

wonderful shots and leafs :)

Chubby N Chieque said...

Very pretty specially me. Can't really find such beautiful things like this.

Happy TTT.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

This is such a perfect table for Fall! Love all the leaf themed items you found.

Visiting from Tabletop Tuesday! : )

Debbie said...

Well I for one think you raked up a beautiful table! I love the place setting from start to finish. The leaf plate and bowl are my favorite part.

And my favorite part of the whole table is the centerpiece. That's so pretty!

Chatty Crone said...

All you decorations are so wonderful and I can't believe you got some from Wal Mart and K Mart - you go girl. sandie

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I like your falling leaves much better than mine! Great table-enjoy:@)

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Now YOU are someone who knows where to shop and how to shop! Wonderful!

Mariette said...

Dearest Ginger,

Wow, you're all ready for Thanksgiving... We first have a wedding so I'm not yet ready for it. And by far I cannot compet with your table setting. My what a collection! Very fitting for the season. Have a happy pre-Thanksgiving lady and enjoy your hard work.
Love to you,


Bunny Jean said...

You had some great "finds" to add to this table setting. The table is just beautiful with those dishes and all the accessories!

I bet one reason the tables were narrow back then was to make it easier to reach across the table to help themselves to someone else's plate Lol!

Thanks for joining my party!

xoxo Bunny Jean
Wednesday's Bunny hop Party!

Terry said...

I would love to sit at this table. So lovely.

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Equisite Fall tablescape. Every element is perfect. Love the pumpkins on the candlesticks. (I may have to copy that idea). laurie

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I love how you put together this fall leaves table. Looks like so much fun to sit here for a meal! hugs, Linda

Suzy said...

Surely you know that I love every little bit of your table! I just love it when something so pretty comes together without spending any money. You're killing me waiting us wait for your big announcement! Take care.

Scribbler said...

You have conjured up a most convincing fall scene on your table -- I like it ALL!

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Lovely table setting. Everything is perfectly placed!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Pretty table, Ginger. Tons of leaves on the ground here and more falling all the time. Thanks for sharing at Wow.

Tracy Suzanne said...

Pretty, pretty, pretty!!!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Such a beautiful tablescape. YOur leaf motif is stunning and all of your dishes and accessories are just urneal beautiful. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, marty

Karen said...

Beautiful table Ginger, love the leaf motif.

Jo's This and That said...

Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful table!Love your photos! Thanks for sharing.

Coloradolady said...

You are all set for a feast!! I love how you used beans and that candle...very cute idea! Happy VTT!

LV said...

I have many fallen leaves, but nothing as elegant as yours.

S said...

Very pretty, your flatware especially caught my eye.

Ruth...Time Was Antiques said...

What a wonderful fall tablescape! Just beautiful! My first visit...nice to meet you!

Marigene said...

Beautiful fall table, Ginger!

Veronica said...

Hi Savannah Granny (always makes me smile...) its taken a while to get a hold of my looney life and to return the blog love...as a new follower.

Tassels Twigs and Tasetbuds

Doll in the Looking Glass said...

Lovely interpretation of Falling Leaves! Visiting from the Bunny Hop.


Alycia Nichols said...

I really like your interpretation of falling leaves, Ginger, but if you want the real deal I will HAPPILY send you one of the 23 bags of leaves the yard man collected from our yard JUST THIS WEEKEND ALONE!!! There are still a lot of leaves clinging on for dear life, so I'm sure he'll have lots more where those came from in the weeks ahead. Ugh! Your table, however, makes fallen leaves look wonderful! That antique table is cool. If it's at least 24" wide, though, you're golden. It's like having to build a centerpiece on a folding table: difficult, but not impossible...as you have so deftly demonstrated!

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