24 April 2018

Tablescapes At Montgomery Antiques

Last week I popped into Montgomery Antiques to take a peek and see what was new since my last visit.  They always have such fabulous pieces in their store.  This trip in they were hosting their annual tablescapes around the store.  Should you live in proximity to Montgomery, AL and love a tablescape this  event is not to be miss!



The above tablescape has brought so much inspiration to me already.  Never before would I have used the color combos of the grey placemat with the purple napkins.  You can bet you will be seeing that on my table in the future!  I adore the pink flower for the napkin ring!

 I might have never noticed the blue flower on this china except the pop of blue berry seems to make it more noticeable.  I have my Grandmother's china and it is very similar to this so I may need to pull it out of the buffet and create something similar.

This water goblet was a big hit with everyone that walked by while I was snapping pics.  It was more than affordable at $6, just proof that it doesn't have to be expensive to be desired or suitable.


Never EVER would I have thought of using Imari on the table.....yes I do know they are plates/china but I see (in my mind) them on the wall or on a bookshelf.  Since those colors are orange and blue maybe I need to create a game day tablescape for my college (Auburn) using some Imari.  I'd better get shopping!


Saving the best (my fav) for last! This blue and white table had hoards of people standing around.  I waited for everyone to move so I could take these photos.  Just beyond gorgeous!!


The foot bath was only $125 and I nearly...nearly brought it home.  I also realized I desperately need some silver candelabras...stat!
 The final tablescape was elegant and lovely.  The footed crystal bowls with pittosporum is so easy to do.  I'm thrilled I have huge shrubs like this and I often use it in my arrangements around the house.
The gold mercury glass pieces were so sweet. I did happen to bring a couple home and now I'm sorry I didn't buy more!
I hope that you enjoyed these tablescapes as much as I did.  They absolutely have given me lots of ideas and inspirations for things I can do around our house and maybe in future tablescapes!

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  1. That is a great idea. I loved each and everyone as I do love a pretty table. I miss the days of picking your pattern and the local store and having it displayed on the table in the store. I am sure they did that in Enterprise as well?!

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