Tablescapes, “Coquille” & Candlelight

I am a sucker for free shipping, are you?  Even though I’m sure the cost is built in there anyway, I’m still a sucker… I found these runners at TJMaxx.com for under $14 each.  They are lined and edged with a burlap fringe and look like handpainted watercolors…      I couldn’t resist    😳    These practically … Continue reading

Tablescapes, A Sea of Texture

I am participating in a white table challenge at Cuisine Kathleen this week This is a huge challenge for me because normally everything I do is full of color~ We are allowed to use one accent color, but I decided to stay with all neutrals and try to achieve drama and impact by an array … Continue reading

Tablescapes, Ode to the SeaShell

I have loved sea shells for as long as I can remember, they fascinate me with their beauty, detail and design. I have had this Fitz & Floyd china, Coquille, for a long time.  Coquille is french for shell. This pattern was made between 1984-1992.  It started my love affair with tablescaping~ It is a … Continue reading

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