The Style Sisters

Black and White Toile Tablescape with a touch of pink

Since Valentine's Day is approaching I thought I would re-post my

French Black and White Tablescape for fun.


Here we are looking through one of my black chairs at the tablescape :)

ooooh lets get in closer shall we?Black and white Toile Tablescape, The Style Sisters, Valentine TablescapeBlack and White with a little punch of hot pink!
Black and White Toile tablescape, French Tablescape, Valentine TablescapeThe tablecloth is fabric from Walmart!
I like using unusual things like frames on the table.
Le Poulet (The Chicken).
I used my white dinner plates from Ikea once again and my black and white "Toile" plates on top. (Toile means cloth)
Notice my white napkins spruced with my pink napkin rings!
Do you love or what!

French Tablescape, black and white table settingAgain I am using my dollar store finds! These little black tea-light holders are fabulous on any table..remember I also used them in Beachy tablescape HERE

I snatched a couple of buds off my beautiful flowering bush (I can't remember the name of it) and placed one in each of these darling juice glasses that I picked up at the thrift store!I love how my plain glassware just sparkles on the table and how everything looks so European up against the brick walls.

I stole this glass jar from the living room that is filled with white balls that have cute black letters on them. How perfect is that!Black and White French Tablescape, Black and white placesettingIsn't it interesting how when you use a glass dome and place something very simple underneath it...that simple little item becomes something magnificent. I used a clear glass cake plate to elevate it and give it even more prominence on the table.
I don't have enough of the black and white Toile salad plates so I used these white salad plates that have words on them. The whites don't even match but I think it all came together.
Ahhhh...it just says spring doesn't it. Look at the blue sky with white puffy clouds in the back! I think these colors and ideas would work perfectly for a Mother's Day Lunch or even a wedding reception..don't you think?
Okay...a little secret...see those black charger plates sitting underneath the white dinner plate? They are actually gold and red chargers...I just flipped them upside down!! How cool is that! No money spent here!
Bon Appetite!
I also used some other odds and ends from around the house. The white rooster and the tall black wooden thinga ma bobs to add some height and drama.
Hope you all enjoyed my "French Style" tablescape.

Linking to

Tater Tots and Jello

 

5 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful tablescape, I love those damask salad plates, would you be kind enough to let us know where you found those ;)
    Ramon
    Rowhouseblogg.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Ramon,
      My hubby bought them for me a few years ago back when we lived in Texas from a little gift shop. The name on the back is Rosanna made in China if that helps.
      Thank you for your nice comments.
      Karin

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  2. What a chic tablescape you created! Just beautiful!!

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  3. I love this tablescape. Toile is a favorite of mine, so you had me with the fabric, but then your unique centerpiece items stole the show. A beautiful place to dine. laurie

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  4. This is a stunning tablescape just beautiful. I am so in love with black and pink . I bought real cheap black and pink material that I a can't wait to use. this gave me lots of ideas.thank you so much.Susie

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