Thursday, October 27, 2016

An Autumn Table

          I am finally getting into autumn mode
         here but at the same time my mind is
          quickly wandering ahead to Christmas.

However, I am trying to hold
back and savor the moment.

                                                                              I love baby boo pumpkins
                                                                              for the autumn table.
The antique lantern works well
for my autumn table also.
                                I have had these dishes for a number of years
                                              now and I have several pieces of it. The only marking
                                                on them is Japan. I think they are  perfect for an autumn
table......don't you?

                  Warm and cozy colors of autumn.

Or maybe you prefer this teacup
for your autumn tea.


     I hope your week is going well
    and thank you for visiting me!



Vee said...

I seldom comment, Carolyn, though I always enjoy my visit. Your autumn tablescape is lovely and provided me with an ahhhhhh moment.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Your autumn table is lovely, Carolyn! The lantern reminds me of my father because he used to collect them. Love the Baby Boos too but I haven't been able to find any this year. I too am looking ahead to Christmas which is what I normally do after Thanksgiving. Thanks for sharing and enjoy your day.


Bernideen said...

Dear Carolyn:
Such a pretty autumn table setting and the dishes are so sweet and definitely fallish! Always a joy to see your creativity.

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Hello dear Carolyn,

I have been absent for a while and missed my visits to your beautiful blog. It always manages to inspire me when I needed most.

Thank you for sharing your enchanting world with us.



Barbara Ayers said...

What a beautiful autumn color palette. Love the reddish brown dishes! You have a great eye for design.

Burlap Luxe said...

Oh Carolyn, it's been so long without a visit to you and your beauty.
I fell in love years ago, yes years ago with you cottage. Now I see a visit from you and it was a great reminder as to what I may have been missing over here with you.
Love the Dutch style settings, and for some reason this year I have been drawn to some Browns, wanting to add a bit of Browns to a Nordis French feel. In my etsy I created my Christmas stockings with a fudge colour hounds tooth check and white pattern to my stockings and I think they look amazing with brown transferware plates and settings. Along with the vintage matelasse stockings that mix, so this year it may end up a brown and white Christmas with my pale French home pieces. As well as ones for sale in my etsy who may want to follow.

I am so glad you visited my site, and now I am going back to read all the postings I can before I fall asleep. It's going to be an inspiring night here.

Thank you dear for all you inspire here on your fall post.

Enjoy your weekend and you Beautiful Canada.
Would so adapt to a Canadian life.
I have traveled a bit in Canada years ago and long to return.



HWIT BLOGG said...

Your autumn table is just fantastic, love the colours! This is a lovely time of year...
Have a happy friday!

tülin said...

How a nice photos.
Thank you!

Ivana said...

Glass bottles are nice and have autumn collors. Combination glass and light behind is perfect! Have a nice autumn, Ivana,

Frk Hall said...

Dear Caroline
I have missed a few of your blog posts cause I have been on a vacation. But now I'm back and I really enjoy your lovely pictures of your beautiful table setting

Pamela Gordon said...

I love the autumn colours in your teacups and the windmill set is so unique. I find myself thinking ahead to Christmas already too!! I will wait until after Remembrance Day though. :)

Susan said...

Love the setting, Carolyn....pretty, one and all. You have an artist's touch! Susan

Summer said...

I so love your styling. The table is stunning ♥

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...

Absolutely beautiful, CArolyn!