“Like a gold ring or an ornament of gold is a wise reprover to a listening ear.”
Happy Tuesday dear friends! I hope you are having a wonderful autumn week so far. We finally have cooler temperatures that feel like fall and I am loving it! It was pure pleasure to set up this tablescape in the garden late Saturday afternoon with a fall breeze blowing and low humidity!
After Saturday morning brunch with a precious friend, I made a quick dash to TJ Maxx and of course, I found something. This lovely plaid tablecloth (at a ridiculously low price) just jumped into my cart.
I gathered pumpkins, seed pods, and dried sunflowers to fill the bowl. I love a centerpiece that is made with what I have on hand and easy to assemble…the no fuss kind!
I was smitten when I saw these Williams Sonoma Harvest Pumpkin salad plates with their brown/black background and vibrant pumpkins and fruit. I tried to talk myself out of them, but with a 25% off sale it was a no brainer. There are four different patterns…this one is a white Cinderella pumpkin with apples…
…a pumpkin with mini pumpkins…
..and my favorite one with figs! I purchased these for my Thanksgiving table, but I had to go ahead and use them! I already have many sets of dishes, so I normally just purchase salad plates which are less expensive and take up less storage space.
“A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in a setting of silver.”
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