Sunday, October 9, 2011

A Table For Two

A Table Inspired By Nature & A Few Bloggers...




Acorns collected from an afternoon walk and Coleus from our garden


When bringing acorns into the house...just give them a little bake first
(Just to get rid of anything that might be living inside)






I hadn't given a lot of thought to tablescapes until I started 
seeing creative ideas on some of the blogs I follow... 
I simply got inspired!

This simple scape made our dining experience so special.
It elevated our meal of 
Grilled Pork Chops and Roasted Vegetables
to a whole new level.

It was well worth the extra effort
even if it was just
 for the two of us
or
Especially Because
it was 
For the Two of Us!

Linking to:
Vintage Inspiration Friday (Shared again 12/31/11 as my favorite vintage post for 2011)






24 comments:

  1. What a beautiful tablescape! I like that cute little table...Christine

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  2. Geneva, I'm also loving your tablescape. Thanks for giving me the great idea of the smaller table atop the larger table. I'm thinking the small table/stool that sits beside the old "red cabinet" on my back porch post might work well that way, too. I can hardly wait to try it. Thanks for being my newest follower and I'm your newest one, too.

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  3. Hi Geneva!

    What a wonderful nature-inspired tablescape you have! I especially love the touches of acorn that you added! :) Thank you so much for stopping by my blog & leaving a kind comment - it is much appreciated. :) Take care & have a most wonderful week!


    Best,
    Jessie

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  4. What a beautfiul table for two. I so like the acorn idea and may have to go sneak some from the squirrels out back. Now one day this week I will have to surprise my husband with a lovely table setting for two. Thanks for the inspiration.~~Cherrie~~

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  5. You've really created a lovely and ethereal table setting, Geneva! Adding in the little bitty pumpkins,apples, and acorns were great "fall-ifying" touches. :-) I'm glad you came by for a visit today- so happy to meet you.
    ~ Sue

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  6. Geneva,
    your tablescape is lovely! Love all the nature inspired touches. I love acorns, but just in case, I got some from my MIL's house once to keep and after a while, little creepy critters came out! I think you have to bake them on low for a while in the oven, not sure how long, might be able to find out on web. I love them used in decorating. Thanks so much for visiting and leaving such a nice comment! I'm your newest follower also, will be visiting often!
    Rebecca

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  7. Hi Geneva, this is truly an inspiring post! I love the ethereal and soothing atmosphere you have created with the greens and whites and browns.... beautiful use of natural elements with such a loving effect. The green bottles and the green Coleus in the crock pot looks so lovely and the bowl of acorn adds the perfect texture.Your inspiration has brought out your creativity and I love that! Keep inspiring us with wonderful posts like this! Thanks for visiting me and for your loving comments. Have a great week!Happily following you back~Poppy

    http://withadashofcolor.blogspot.com/

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  8. Looks beautiful! You might want to bake those acorns while there in your house...we just had a creepy crawly issue from collect acorn..it was gross!

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  9. ":o) Thank you for the heads up on the acorns. I'll be baking them if I decide to keep them in the house.

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  10. You created a beautiful tablescape. Just the perfect setting for two. Great color scheme.

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  11. Your tablescape is beautiful! It's so fresh and green!

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  12. Great tip on baking the acorns.. love your table.. the green coleus is so pretty on your table.. Love it.. I do set the table for two of us often.. xo marlis

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  13. a lovely tablescape, funny how blogging changes the way we do things isn't it. I find I must take a photo of everything and post it and pin it....and I had never used the word tablescape before blogging.

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  14. Didn't know that about baking the acorns, but it makes good sense.

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  15. I just became a happy follower! Where is Aubrey?

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  16. Beautiful tablescape... Your photography is amazing.
    I need a new camera!
    Hugs Rosemary...x

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  17. This is so pretty! I love the acorns {thanks for the tip} and the coleus leaves as accents. Your dishes are lovely. This is a perfect fall table and your dinner sounds delicious!!!

    Visiting from TTT...love your blog and am following now!

    XO,
    Janie

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  18. Hi Geneva, Your tablescape is so serene and the music is beautiful... love Yo-Yo Ma.

    I want to thank you for commenting on many of my post and for following me :)

    Thanks again for joining my Bunny Hop this week.

    xoxo Bunny Jean
    Wednesday's Bunny Hop Party!

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  19. Wow I finally found a place to leave my message ;) couldn't find one on the other post. Anyway love love your little nook and tablescape... very pretty... and I will be featuring it in our next Show Off Your Cottage Monday cause I liked it a lot! ;) Thanks for participating

    Cielo

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  20. Love the song! thanks for sharing your blog,JoAnn

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  21. Lovely post Geneva, but I really have seen too many acorns this weekend!
    We spent most of yesterday morning raking & gathering them off the lawns!
    Where are the squirrels when you need them?

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  22. So glad you shared your lovely tablescape! All the wonderful elements and love the tablecloth, is it a quilt reversed? thanks for linking up with VIF, xo

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  23. Wonderful table. Great to have you with us at Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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