My Favorite Tablescapes Through the Years

Susan at Naps on the Porch is hosting her 500th Tablescape Thursday today and asked that we post about our favorite tablescapes through the years.

I love tablescaping and am up to the challenge but most of my tablescapes are from the past year or so.

Here Come the Bunnies ~ An Easter Tablescape and a Surprising Switcheroo

Maybe since this is my most recent tablescape I picked it as a favorite.  I just couldn’t wait to share these little bunny plates from Pottery Barn

then switching them up for some green J Willfred imported Majorca leaf salad plates.

A Valentine Celebration with VIntage Inspired Valentines

This was a fun Valentine tablescape to do and my grandkids loved it.

Vintage Santa Inspired Table Setting

This tablescape came together after I found two vintage Santa’s while thrifting before Christmas last year.

A Pink Santa, Christmas Tree and Tablescape

A pink Santa was on my thrifting wish list and when I found one I knew a pink tablescape was in my future.

A Rustic Thanksgiving Table

My Thanksgiving table last year is one of my favorites!

A Simple Owl Halloween Tablescape

This simple owl tablescape was for my grandkids last Halloween.

Late Fall Leafy Tablescape

The pillow I found at the Pottery Barn Outlet was the inspiration for this tablescape.

Simple Spring Desert Rose Tablescape

Desert Rose by Franciscan is one of my favorite china patterns so when several plates showed up at my favorite thrift store I just could not resist.


Green Willow China for Christmas

This Christmas tablescape is an oldie from back during my first year blogging.

Hope you enjoyed seeing a few of my favorite tablescapes over the years and will come back to visit again soon.

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  1. I think I remember all of these Sharon. You truly have a decorating flair. I wish I had it.

  2. Kathy A. says:

    I do love your tablescapes. One end of my table is perpetually crowded with unfinished craft projects–leaving me room for 2 dinner plates! One of theses days, it’ll be beautiful again!

  3. Wonderful tablescapes!

  4. The Desert Rose was a friends wedding china back in 1963. That was first time I had seen that pattern, I’m sure it was the newest set out. We lived in Visalia California

  5. I love the jadite in the Christmas tablescape. Congratulations to Susan.

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