Today’s tablescape is inspired by a walk in the woods on a late fall day. The wanted to evoke a natural, rustic, organic feel.. nothing fussy or overly embellished. And that is hard for me, I LOVE to embellish everything!
Each place is set with woodland inspired earthenware. I got these gorgeous pieces from The Elegant Setting in South Hampton. They were on sale for $5.00 a piece!
One scene features this handsome buck exquisitely drawn…
Made in France, Gien china has been produced for almost 200 years. “Sologne” is named for a region in France where wildlife is abundant.
The dinner plates have a rim of leaves, grasses and feathers.
Keeping the color scheme very subtle I did want to bring in the aqua so delicately painted on the plates. Soft aqua dishes (HomeGoods) were layered between the Gien. The edges gently curve and have soft brown rubbed markings.
A feather wreath acts as a napkin ring. Can you see the quiet aqua in some of the feathers?