Pink Saturday

Let' set the table French

DSC06405Today is Pink Saturday and Bev from How Sweet The Sound is hosting this Pin Day. I was inspired the other day, when some fabric arrived from Spoonflower.

Evening-in-Paris

DSC06405It made me think how this fabric would look great as a table runner.

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DSC06405Or maybe a tablecloth. Did I tell you that I am learning how to sew?

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DSC06405After I thought about that, I was browsing in Home Goods (better than therapy). I love white dishes,

Paris Anyone?

DSC06405and I found some lovely coffee mugs and little square dishes with the Eiffel Tower design.

Set the Table French
I had these French doves for candles, but I found sweet little tea lights to go inside.

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DSC06405So, I came home and set the table with my favorite coffee pot, dishes, cake forks and coffee spoons and cream and sugar bowl.

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DSC06405It's a funny thing about how one thing leads to another. I thought why not join White Wednesday over at Faded Charm, this is my first time.

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DSC06405Now I think I will go bake a cake. Or learn how Julia Child makes French pastry.

Evening in Paris FabricThe name of the song for this post is I Love Paris.
~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The fabric is perfect for your table! I love the beautiful flowers! Are they from your garden? And did you bake a cake? ♥♥♥

Rhondi said...

Hi Karen
How perfect to find plates and mugs that match your fabric! The table looks wonderful and I like the fabric that you designed.
Hugs, Rhondi

Vee said...

Thanks for inviting us all for tea. Just wish that we knew what kind of cake we're eating here. ;>
Sweet dishes, wonderful fabric, you pulled it all together beautifully.

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Love those mugs and the fabric with the Eiffel Tower. How Frenchy you are. Your flowers are gorgeous, and your dining room is so pretty. I need to try a sewing class. I took Home Ec and did NOT do well at the sewing. I'm afraid it it made me dislike sewing. Maybe I've matured enough to have the patience it requires. laurie

myletterstoemily said...

well, i love paris right along with you.

your enchanting white table is just
perfect with your table cloth.

thanks for sharing,
lea

Cabin and Cottage said...

Well- How fun is that!? I'm a little crazy for the Eiffel Tower--gotta admit. Fun Table! jacqueline

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Good morning dear Karen!
White dishes and other white accessories are my absolute favorite, especially when serving up colorful food. If the plates are too ornate, you can't see the food! White is beautiful, and so is your lovely, lovely home. Thank you for inviting us in!!! Bisous, Anita

Lori said...

that is such a pretty room Karen...the molding on your walls are fabulous...happy first white wednesday:) i have cupcakes in the oven right now...

Theresa said...

Really adorable! Lovin' the french white theme:)and am a frequent visitor to Homegoods myself!

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

I just adore that fabric - whoever designed it?!

I love the Eiffel Tower tableware - I wish we had a Home Goods near us. The closest thing we have is a TJMax LOL.

Snap said...

Fun post, Karen. Synchronicity!!! I found a meme called Teacup Tuesday ... !!!!! (Love your fabric ... I keep thinking about the postal fabric you showed earlier and what a wonderful pillow it would make....)

Peggy Montano & Paintings said...

A beautiful setting. I felt relaxed more and more as I studied it.

32˙North said...

Hi Karen,

Good for you to learn to sew! It will provide you with hours and days of pleasure, for sure!

Amanda

CIELO said...

Oh Karen, I too love white.. white on my bedroom, on my windows, white on my table, especially one filled with white ironstone... and what I'm seeing beyound your windows is just magical... I wish I can see more pics of your amazing garden.... ;) Maybe some day??

Is so good to see you, dear Karen... may you be blessed...

Cielo

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Karen, I have those same dishes! Can you believe it??? I used them for cake when Claudie was here. And I love that fabric and think it will be a lovely runner for your table. You won't believe this either, but I have been thinking of buying a machine, too! Let me know what you get. I have been looking at a Brother to start.

XO,

Sheila :-)

Kathleen Grace said...

The eiffel tower dishes look wonderful with your fabulous eiffel tower fabric! Love the table setting.

~~Carol~~ said...

I can't wait 'til my daughter comes home, so that I can show her that fabric and the plate! She will be ga-ga over it!
Happy White Wednesday!
Carol

Amy P said...

Looks fantastic!

stop by my blog, I have a giveaway :)

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

Beautiful table...hugs...m...

Donna (Timeless Settings) said...

The fabric is so pretty, I love anything Paris :)

Donna

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Karen, I also love to shop in Home Goods! The Eiffel Tower plates you found are so pretty, and I love the dove tea light holders.

Happy Pink Saturday!

♥ Pat

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