Tuesday, September 26, 2017

One Fall Centerpiece~Three Tablescapes

 You may remember this centerpiece from my last post for a fall tablescape bloghop. 


Are you remembering the centerpiece now? More views here.

The flowers were still fresh after my last post so I decided to play around a little bit with some other looks using the same flowers. I began by setting the table in the dining room.
Paisley napkins with a fall look, different plates,  chargers, and cutlery changed the look.

 Copper mules added more texture and ball jars used as glasses repeated the blue color in the plates. To add some fall decor, I placed a little velvet pumpkin I made on the plate using a real pumpkin stem.

 The barley twist candlesticks were used again but  using a different table runner and different straw chargers. Using a different table, different dishes and linens would you have remembered the flower arrangement?

Now, for another look using the same centerpiece, I moved back to the kitchen, added a tablecloth, different dishes, silverware, glassware and napkins. 


 I changed the glasses again here still playing around but it was time for dinner so I quickly snapped a  quick pic of our grilled salmon, green beans and potato and carrot medley. My husband did the entire dinner while I was playing in the dishes. I am blessed he likes to cook!
Which is your favorite table?
One Centerpiece~ Three tablescapes!

And here's the encore some of you may have seen on instagram ~ another arrangement using the still fresh roses several days later for a total different look.
Do you like to play in the dishes and the flowers?

27 comments:

  1. Bonnie, I couldn't possibly pick a favorite because I love all three! When you change the setting, the arrangement looks totally different! Beautiful tablescapes in the dining and breakfast room! I do love the blue and white tablecloth, I don't remember seeing it! Dinner looks amazing and the encore is stunning!

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  2. Hard to choose, but my favorite is the original - I just love the color combo and casual tone. Then, the blue & white (love the contrast punch of color of the arrangement), and then the DR setting. They're all beautiful. Any day playing in dishes and flowers is a good day, but an excellent day is when your Mr. makes dinner while you play!

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  3. What a fun post. I love the different feel of all three -- casual and formal, it all works! (That tablecloth -- the blue/white one is fab, though. I love that combo!)

    Good for you on a guy who loves to cook! Aren't they the best?

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  4. Bonnie, I want that plate of food! LOL! Lovely tablescapes and yes, I love the flowers. Everything looks so pretty. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  5. Bonnie, I couln't choose a favorite, I love all! I love how you use the same centerpiece. I do it too, make my flowers stretch. I love the copper and the paisley napkins and the burlap runner are some favorites here. Beautiful...........Happy fall.

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  6. Bonnie, I can't pick a favorite, because they are all beautiful! The blue and white is just gorgeous and so is the paisley and copper table. I have the same blue and white dished that you do, and I love them!

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  7. I love all three tabelscapes, Bonnie! The paisley napkin are so pretty on the blue plates. I do like to play in the plates and flowers....but I tend to play more with flowers, though.

    xo,
    RJ

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  8. Bonnie,
    I really love all your tablescapes. I especially love the blue and white. Your encore is amazing!

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  9. I love to rearrange flowers to refresh them and give them longevity. Your tables are all beautiful! It just goes to show that our options are endless with a few different dish sets and linens. Lovely tour through your three tables - and gorgeous flowers. :-)

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  10. Aren't you clever Bonnie! It's amazing how different all the tables look with the same centerpiece! I love them all! There is nothing more fun than playing with dishes and flowers~ the roses in your MKC vase look beyond gorgeous!
    Jenna

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  11. How well the flowers go with all the table settings! I like them all, can't really pick a favorite, but nice to see all your treasures being used.
    Amalia
    xo

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  12. All three of the tables are so pretty, Bonnie!! It's hard to pick a favorite, but I love the casual one, with the burlap runner as my top pick. How beautiful your centerpiece looks at all three of the table settings!

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  13. All your tablescapes were beautiful and din din looked good too.
    Blessings,
    Nellie

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  14. Sandra @ Dinner at EightOctober 3, 2017 at 4:54 PM

    So hard to choose -- maybe the tablescape with the beautiful flowers! lol! They're all lovely, but blues always steal my heart.

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  15. All of your tablescapes are so pretty! =)

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  16. What a versatile centerpiece! So fun in so many ways! I love them all.

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  17. Bonnie, your three tablescapes look fabulous. So nice to use the beautiful florals for different tables. You are so lucky your husband cooks. Loving the pretty blues.

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  18. Each look is beautiful and this centerpiece is indispensable!

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  19. I love a good long lasting centerpiece. There is something about blue and orange that pairs beautifully together. Thank you for all your help. Let me know if there are other areas that can use a bit of polish.

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  20. Your lovely flowers would brighten up any table, thanks for the inspiration.

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  21. Your tablescapes are so inspiring! I noticed several things here that are really catching my eye. Using the famous blue Ball jars as glasses is a fabulous idea! I'm loving the colors in your cloth napkins mixed with the blue plates. And I love the classic look of the turned candlesticks.

    You just never know when you buy flowers how long they will last. I've had pretty good luck lately too. :)

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  22. I love your fall centerpiece tablescapes. Thank you for sharing at Dishing it and Digging it last week. We loved your centerpiece and you are featured this coming Sunday. Thank you for sharing.

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  23. I think they are all very pretty, but I think my fave is the one with the burlap table runner and green dishes. The floral arrangement was the star every time!

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  24. Hi Bonnie! Such a beautiful fall tablescape. Very inspiring! Fall is my favorite season. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Dishing It & Digging It & congratulations on being featured this week!

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  25. I like them all, Bonnie but my favorite is the one with food, lol! Creative Fall tables!...Christine

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  26. A.) Where can I sign up for a husband who cooks? B.) What a gorgeous floral arrangement! C.) Kudos to you for finding enough beauty in that arrangement to inspire three very different tablescapes. I love being able to use a single floral for multiple appearances!

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  27. I share your love of playing with flowers and dishes Bonnie! I love how the look with your original table and then how vibrant they are with the blue and white! I'm fortunate to have a hubby how likes to cook too and I have my MIL to thank for that!

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