Sunday, October 20, 2013

Halloween Tablescape

A Tablescape for Halloween!

Today I'm sharing with you my tablescape I made in for Halloween this year.  I was looking at my china and thought, oh! I have black dishes, orange dishes, and purple goblets!  These are all the colors of Halloween! 
A shot from above!
 I used my favorite velvet pumpkins as my centerpiece.  I also added the battery operated candles that light up at night.

A view of the centerpiece
 The china is Juliska "Autumn Harvest" (the orange plate) and "Country Estate".  Also used purple Juliska goblets.  Napkins are antique linen, pumpkin napkin rings for pier 1, and burlap placemats from Etsy!


A look without the orange plate.

And now for night time!  How'd that Jack-o-lantern get in the center?  I would have it completely black in the room but my camera can't shoot in that light, as you see it's struggling here!

Boo!
I have been enjoying my Halloween tablescape.  Hope you enjoyed too!

Do you like Fall, Halloween, and Pumpkins?! Check out my other posts:


Halloween is a Hoot!!   Just featured on "The Scoop!" at Confessions of a Plate Addict
Velvet Pumpkins! Just don't bake with them.
A Pumpkin Festival featuring 450,000 pumpkins!  Just featured on "A Stroll Through Life" 


I've linked up with The Scoop! Visit Confessions of a Plate Addict blog, Tablescape Thursday at 'Between Naps on the Porch', Wow us Wednesdays! at Savvy Southern Style, Open House Party at no minimalist here,  Feathered Nest Friday and Autumn Abounds Party at French Country Cottage, Seasonal Sundays & Oh the places I have been at The Tablescaper, and life of the party at the grant life, and the style sistersthe creative home and garden hop




3 comments:

  1. This is awesome. How neat to have two such fabulous sets and you paired them so well!

    You're always welcome at Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  2. Gorgeous, I love your transferware dishes, they are stunning. Beautiful tablescape. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  3. Beautiful dishes and stemware! I love Juliska. The colors look great together and perfect for the season!

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