My tablescape today is another simple summer look. I found these beautiful aqua plates at the flea market, but they did have a Marshall's tag on the back, however, no maker's mark.
Again, I used a burlap table topper. I just love this look. It's very natural. I paired it with natural placemats and some ironstone and old weathered silver.
I absolutely love my yardstick pot. Isn't it adorable? Such a simple but fabulous idea! I put a few of my shells in it and tipped it on its side.
As fun as this is, I'm not sure it would be the easiest thing to make.
Aren't these aqua plates pretty? I only found two of them and two of the cups. That was enough for me to put this look together.
Like I said, they came from Marshall's.
All these colors remind me of the seashore.
Soft and restful.
Mix in some beautiful roses and this made a delightful afternoon spot. Thanks for joining me.
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