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October 11, 2018

Floral Harvest Dining With a Vintage Feel (T)

I cut a few more hydrangeas that have deepened in color along with some roses and sedum.  I thought it wold be nice to capture some more of my florals before we get a frost.

The limelight shrub out front is shaded with much darker tones now. 

It's gloomy outside and I'm not getting much help with natural light  but I did my best.  

I used my cell phone and seemed to get a better image.
We had a brief bit of sun so I rushed to take pictures but now it's all darkened again outside as we prepare for yet another bout of rain!

Copper works very nicely with the fall harvest tones.  I saw several other blog posts using copper accents with their fall decorating which inspired me.

I created a table last year with these same dinner and salad plates that you can see "here" but it really has quite a different look!

I like the mix of colors and the floral design on these salad plates.  I used a pumpkin charger on top of the deep brown floral placemats.  I chose the napkin rings because of the flower and leaves.   The colors in the napkins pulled on colors from the chargers and placemats.

Info is located below for all the table elements.

I hope you enjoyed my Floral Harvest Dining With A Vintage Feel!

Table elements:
Stemware from Williams Sonoma called "Vintage"
Pottery Barn "Vintage Floral" salad plates
Off white dinner plates came from Cracker Barrel several years ago- no pattern name.
Copper pitcher found at T.J.Maxx last year but I have seen more this year.
Napkins by Park Design
Metal napkin rings from Pier 1 at least 6 years ago
Pumpkin Chargers from Pier 1
Placemats by C & F Home -pattern called Amison
Bamboo flatware came from Horchow a few years ago- watch for their sales

I will be joining:
Between Naps On The Porch 


  1. At first glance my eyes went to the limelight
    hydrangeas. Love the deep burgundy color.
    You always set a beautiful table with
    welcoming place settings.

    Linda C in Seattle

  2. The flowers from your garden are fabulous! And how beautiful in the copper! Love the colors of your tablescape.

  3. So pretty! I love your dishes & the floral centerpiece is fantastic!

  4. The placesettings are beautiful and those flowers in a copper pitcher steal the show.

  5. I would gladly join you at your table! The colors are beautiful and flow together so well. The placemats are particularly lovely. And nothing beats having flowers from the garden!

  6. Beautiful setting!! Love every element, esp. the florals!!

  7. Very pretty Liz. I love that your centerpiece almost looks like the pattern on the plates. The colors are so earthy and pretty for fall.

  8. Beautiful arrangement, Liz. You did a great job at keeping such lovely color on the hydrangeas! Mine were hit by an early freeze this spring --so no hydrangea blossoms except the oak leaf ones. The copper pitcher is a great vessel for these lovely beauties of Autumn. ♥

  9. Pretty table. And how nice to have so many flowers. The place mats and chargers are really nice and make a lovely frame for your dishes. Very nice.

  10. Dang rain and clouds!!! It's either feast or famine! But your photos turned out great on my device, so your editing worked! Gosh, your flowers are pretty! I would give my eye teeth to be able to grow gorgeous hydrangea like that. I want to have a professional landscape company come out and put them in so they can work the soil to gain the right pH and everything. I love the copper on the table! Copper is A-1 for the season!!!

  11. Your hydrangeas are gorgeous. Love the copper
    With your plates. It makes everything pop. A truly beautiful harvest table.


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Welcome to Home and Gardening With Liz. I have combined my previous blogs “Infuse With Liz” and “Sit With Me In My Garden” into this new blog. I love interior decorating and gardening. I enjoy redefining interior spaces by moving things around and reusing decorative items already found in the home. I also enjoy creating tablescapes and an occasional crafting project. I'm so pleased you've stopped by. I invite you to follow me and I do hope you will keep coming back! Liz
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