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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Tommy Bahama Inky Palms

One of my favorite fabric stores 1502 Fabrics  posted a beautiful Tommy Bahama fabric on their Instagram page this Spring. While home this June I visited both the Winston-Salem and High Point stores to pick up the fabric plus other beautiful fabrics.   It was new to their inventory and had not arrived yet so I ordered two yards and had them ship it to FL.    I knew it would make the perfect table cloth for a seaside table using these beautiful plates I found at Z Gallerie a few years ago.   







I purchased the lantern at Hobby Lobby and used one of my 3D Flameless candles from the Lisa Robertson Collection.  Her candles are fabulous.   They are operated with a remote that offers various settings.   






I used double sided tape to adhere the shells to rattan napkin rings. 

Overhead view of the tablecloth I made with the Tommy Bahama Inky Palm fabric purchased at 1502 Fabrics.  The ladies at 1502 are very helpful.  Click the link above and head to their website to order the fabric and see all the fabulous fabrics they have in stock. I also picked up several yards over other fabrics and will be busy sewing for late Summer and Fall tables.  

Stacking the table. 

Overhead view of the finished table. 


The stack starts with a large white ceramic charger plate.  The dinner plates is Catalina Medallion Blue by Home and in stock at Replacements, Ltd.  The white open weave plate was from my Mom's collection.  I think it's a Valerie Parr Hill from many years ago.   The top plate was purchased at Z Gallerie a few Summers ago.  They are the salad plates from the Del Mar Sapphire collection.  

The Del Mar Sapphire Collection from Z Gallerie. 

The large mercury glass spheres are from the Valerie Parr Hill Collection from QVC.   This style is currently not in stock, but she has newer style in stock.   They light up and are so pretty in the evening.  The Mercury Glass candle sticks are also from Valerie's collection.  




Catherine 

This post is linked to the following parties: 
463rd Tablescape Thursday - Between Naps on the Porch
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20 comments:

  1. Wow! That tablescape is gorgeous! I love it! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Very pretty! Since I live in Clemmons, I am familiar with 1502 fabrics. Your table is lovely.

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    1. Thank you Darlene! Yes, you are very close to the Winston-Salem store. They should have it on the rack by now. I love visiting their store while home in Welcome visiting the family. Hoping to make another trip home this October.

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  3. Oh, I love those Del Mar plates! And your lantern is the perfect centerpiece.

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    1. Thank you Joy! I wish the dinner plates would have been in stock when I purchased the salad plates. I bought them on clearance a couple years ago.

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  4. So cool and colorful! Love the fabric and especially the Z Galleria plates. Used to love that store, haven't been since we moved from FL. Love the spheres also.

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    1. Thank you Pam! We have one about 15 minutes from me in Boca Raton. I drive by it all the time, but rarely can find the time to stop in. It was my lucky day when I found these a couple years ago on clearance. I love blue and white so I could not pass up the great buy.

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  5. I love it all especially the Z Gallerie plate with the seashells. Every layer of dishes enhances each other so nicely. The tablecloth is amazing- what a great pattern. I like the vignette of candles holders, mercury glass globes (they remind me of glass floats) and seashells!

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    1. Thank you Liz! I love the Z Gallerie plates too! I wish I would have sourced the dinner plates too when I found the salads at a close out. Oh well, one of these days they may show up on eBay or at Goodwill. I enjoy the mercury glass globes. They light up and are so pretty at night. I couldn't get a great night time picture. I have a few more seaside tables over the next few weeks and I'm thinking of putting putting some jute cord over them to look more like glass floats. Thank you for stopping by! :)

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  6. First visit ever to you blog, and amazed at the beautiful blues!

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    1. Thank you so much Michele and thank you for stopping by for a visit! :)

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  7. Beautiful blue and white table. It's striking and timeless.

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    1. Thank you so much Christine. I'm partial to a blue and white table. They are always my favorite. :)

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  8. Such a beautiful tablescape!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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    1. Thank you so much Cindy! I love your blog and look forward to the Amaze Me Monday party each week! :)

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  9. What a gorgeous combination of plates! I especially love the shell plate (Del Mar Sapphire Collection) and the glass globes. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!
    zo Kathleen|Our Hopeful Home

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    1. Thank you so much Kathleen! Blue and white is my favorite combination. Thank you for hosting Vintage Charm!

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