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August 13, 2019

Gone Plaid for Roosters

I've gone plaid for roosters!

 My centerpiece is a combination of a faux planter of sunflowers (from Pier 1 last year)...

 ...and a MacKenzie  Childs courtly check enameled pedestal platter turned upside down.

I was pleasantly surprised that the pedestal and the flower pot matched in size perfectly!

 I continued with the plaid theme with my napkins drawing on some green found in the pedestal platter.

 Napkin rings from Pier 1 (several years ago) added to the cozy appeal of this table.

 Brunch anyone?

One of my favorite stemware pieces called Trellis (by Fitz & Floyd) seemed perfect for this table setting.

 I kept the dishware simple with a black edged plate (got them from Horchow several years back and they are labeled CMG made in Portugal) layered on top of the Pier 1 chargers and framed by bamboo silverware from Horchow.

 The Backyard Rooster (from April Cornell) features various roosters and a small pompom on each corner.  (They have an oblong on sale for a very reasonable price "here")

As you can see my backyard is in full bloom.  We are enjoying such a great summer up here. 

So that's a wrap with my
Gone Plaid for Roosters!

Joining:
Between Naps On The Porch
and
Love Your Creativity 

15 comments:

  1. I've said it before, Liz you set the most lovely tables! I love April Cornell tablecloths and have many in my linen chest. The pretty green plaid goes so well with the centerpiece. How nice the MK pieces fit into each other. I'm so glad you are enjoying a good summer. We are quite dry here with watering occurring daily. Hopefully we will get some rain from a storm that is threatening us this afternoon.

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  2. Hi Liz,
    You never disappoint with your table settings. I love the chair napkin rings. How adorable. Have a great new week.
    xoxo

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  3. Liz, Your table is set so sweetly and the views of the garden make it perfect. I think just sitting there and drinking coffee would be dreamy. I need to get busy and make a nice table here. It's been piled with meds , books and office print outs for months. LOL.
    Blessings to you, xoxo, Susie

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  4. What a sweet table Liz. The April Cornell tablecloth with it’s cute roosters is lovely. I also have several in my stash. The black edged plates are unique. I love Horchow, especially on sale. Those chair napkin rings are darling. What a clever idea with the MKC cake stand turned upside down. The vase looks perfect. The glimpse of your beautiful gardens makes a beautiful backdrop. Happy Wednesday.

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  5. What a happy and delightful table! I love your tablecloth and the centerpiece is such fun! Who wouldn't be thrilled to be asked to dine there?!

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  6. I love this tablescape! Reminds me of end of summer and falls coming. :)

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  7. Another charming table Liz! Love those chair napkin rings --- very unique!

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  9. Your title alone drew me in!!! Too Cute! Your table is charming, and so is the peak of your gardens through your doors in several of your photos!! Love your centerpiece with the courtly check.

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  10. I am sorry I didn't see this sooner! With working it seems I often miss posts from people. Anyway, your table is just lovely. Your tables are always fun to see and I love them. LOVE those little chair napkin rings. xo Diana

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  11. Well, isn't this the cutest!! You are so clever to turn the MKC stand over and use it that way, I LOVE that Liz!! I am crazy over sunflowers this time of year and they look so fabulous with black and white and roosters!
    Jenna

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  12. Liz,
    What a totally charming tablescape!! Love the tablecloth and those sweet little bistro chairs...Thanks so much for stopping by and for your kind words on the passing of my sweet nephew....
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  13. Oh dear Liz, you did well with this lovely table. I love everything about from the table topper to the darling bistro chairs, all your dishes and pretty flowers dear friend.
    Fabby

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  14. Dear Liz,
    You create the most welcoming Table Settings. They are dressy and sharp without being overdone and fussy. Love the centerpiece and oh these napkins and tablecloth too. Hope you are enjoying the late days of August!
    Jemma

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  15. Your table settings are always so lovely, Liz! I love your plaid theme and the pretty decorative pieces you pair it with! Plaid has become so trendy these days and I find myself wanting to use it in everything I create - but of course in purple tones! Lol!

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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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