Fall Tablescapes Part One

Happy Monday, Everyone.  Hope you had a great weekend.  The weather has been spectacular here in the great state of Texas.  My #1 was home and I enjoyed every minute of it.

Lots of things are happening on the house front.  Can’t make any formal announcement yet but let’s just say it looks like I will be an official “Masshole” by the middle of November.

Here are some beautiful autumn table settings that give me inspiration.  
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Carolyn Roehm
In my eyes, nobody does it better!


Hope your week is full of color!


This one is for you – Chloe!

15 responses

  1. These tablescapes are beautiful! I love the idea of using thin slices of a log as charger plates. And, it has to be said, candles make everything even more beautiful! Will think good thoughts for your move!

  2. I always enjoy Carolyn Roehm's tablescapes, BUT I always wonder how one would see over those huge centerpieces she has on her tables. I like to see my dinner companions…..and talk to them. Her colors are gorgeous, though

    Have an 'uneventful' move….they are always so much fun. I'm sure we'll all look forward to your Boston posts.

    Warmly, Kathleen

  3. Katie, I love your blog and am so happy to have found it through your comment on mine! So funny that we live right in the same town 🙂 I hope you love it here….not sure if you have ties here but wishing you the best and betting we meet sometime!
    Stacy

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