Layering table linens gives a table more interest and besides that it's fun.
This post is a tease for a tablescape that I will post later in the week.
The lace tablecloth was my Aunt Judy's.
You can read about her in my Hold Everything Lightly series here.
Aunt Judy loved antiques and was quite a character.
I am seriously gone over this china, Old Castles of Britain by Johnson Brothers.
Brown transferware evokes fall for me.
When I saw this china at an estate sale, this summer,
I went back the second day and bought it for half price.
I drove home thinking about how to photograph it.
That's when you know you are a nutty blogger I suppose.
These charming burlap flatware holders (I have four) were won by me at Amy's blog All things Home.
They were made by Amy's friend Kim who has an Etsy shop.
Kim was so sweet to work with.
You can visit her at Sew Cute Creations by Kim.
She makes pretty pillows and wreaths too.
Thanks bunches Kim and Amy.
Please come back for my next post, on Monday, for the full Tablescape.
By then I shall have edited the images.
Why I take a hundred photos of china and pumpkins needs some explaining.
happy fall y'all