I had a vision of an elegant centerpiece embedded within my mind.
|Inspirational Centerpiece Tutorial (here).|
Several nights, as I re~read Carolyn Westbrook's
Through The French Door
Romantic interiors inspired by classic French style,
I became inspired to re~create the featured
Town and Country dining room centerpiece and tablescape.
Town and Country On Crooked Creektt is not!
I have a Traditional decor with a hint of French Country
in the galley kitchen and petite dining room.
I adored the reflections of the gleaming glass and crystal
combined with vintage silver and glass salt and pepper shakers
and serving spoons.
Opposites, yet similar. . .
The books version is a dramatic charcoal~gray.
While mine is a pristine, light and bright, white
monochromatic color scheme.
My greatest challenge for this tablescape were scale and dimension.
Using what I already have,
and purchasing a few vintage silver serving spoons and forks
from our local Roadhouse Antiques and Gifts,
I am quite pleased with this elegantly romantic tablescape.
Until next time. . .
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