Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Moroccan Nights Tablescape

I owe this inviting and exotic looking table to my mother. The centerpiece is all made up of what were once her things. The cleaning out of my parents’ home continues, and I continue to marvel at the wonderful things I have been bringing home. I have long been an admirer of her Moroccan lanterns, and wooden elephant bowl (that lid lifts up for storage), and was delighted to have these. I knew they would make a wonderful centerpiece on a table, and I wasn’t wrong.
 This is the type of table that strikes me would work very well on a warm summer night with balmy breezes coming in through the door. I will keep this in mind for the future, but for now I really am enjoying it this week.

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Linda said...

What a glorious table! That fabric is so pretty, and I love tulle. The golds and blacks with touches of persimmon is striking. I would just want to sit and stare at everything. Which is what you're doing, right? :)

Alycia Nichols said...

Not only pretty and nicely appointed, but this table is full of memories and stories! Those are the best kind!

Thelma said...

What a beautiful table. I had to look at a few time to take it all in. The colour combination is perfect. You are so fortunate your Mom had great taste.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I love how you're finding all these treasures from your mom and using them to make such a pretty table, Pattie. I'm sure you smile whenever you look at her beautiful things and how they mingle so well with yours.

Tanza Erlambang said...

lovely table...so beautiful.
have a great day