Tablescapes from Thrifty purchases

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Barscape - Dinner tonight

Barscape for our dinner tonight....

Simple light green/white placemat; love these basket weave white dishes courtesy of my sister, Dawn (you can visit her blog at

Classic white linen napkins go with everything...the napkin ring is a pale green over brass ring.

The placemates are quilted with white embroidery - the detail was too pretty not to get a picture of; the flatware is stainless steel with ivory handles - I picked them up at a thrift store - they do not have a name or brand - but the handles are ivory.

Found these fun spring glasses at Goodwill for $1.06 each - couldn't pass them up!

Overview of the individual setting

Both settings together - I have the green polka dotted flower vases and a smaller pillar candle; we enjoyed dinner by candlelight!

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  1. It looks great! Very inviting. And really like the placemats and the dishes.

  2. Hey Kiddo! Thanks for visiting my planet. The Bunny Plates came from Marshall's last year after Easter, and the napkin rings came from Kohl's this year. Have a great week, or what's left of it.

  3. I will have to have a bar at my next house! Love the settings- the napkins are really pretty!

  4. A barscape! I love it! I can do that!!

    You really have nice place settings. I love the color scheme and the beautiful little bouquets! Nicely done! :-)


  5. I'm jealous .. love your countertops! I'd be doing barscapes *love it* all the time if mine weren't so ugly!

  6. Great barscape. What pretty flowers you've placed at each setting. I love your whimsical new glasses too.

  7. Oh I love your plates! Be blessed. cindy

  8. So classic and elegant -- with a bit of whimsy from the polka dot vases! I can see why you included the pretty glasses!

  9. That looks really good. All the things are very nice. The ivory handled flatware ist very elegant.
    Greetings, Johanna

  10. Very pretty white with green, so spring-y.

  11. Looks informal and ready for Spring. Well done. -- Jane F.

  12. The white basketweave china is lovely -- I admired it in a store and then got to see it again in your tablescape! You've put everything together so well! Very inviting.