Tablescape Thursday ~ Lighthouses

Welcome to Tablescape Thursday. Susan at Between Naps on the Porch is our hostess for this event. Click on over to her beautiful blog to see more scapes.

Before I left our condo in California for our home in Washington State I had some fun with this table. I had 4 Gracey Knight salad plates called Nantucket Shoreline that I wanted to create a table top around. My shells from my beach walks in the ginger jar made a fun centerpiece to go with these lighthouses.

I bought these 12 shell napkin rings at a local garage sale for $1.00. The light blue glass chargers cost me a 99 cents each at my local Goodwill.

Have a great Thursday everyone!

40 thoughts on “Tablescape Thursday ~ Lighthouses

  1. Ellen, I love the sereneness of this table with the blue and the wonderful lighthouse plates. I am a big fan of lighthouses so those hold particular appeal to me. The St. Augustine Lighthouse is a large black and white barber pole, and I have been to the top despite my vertigo/fear of heights. I like the fact that you’ve got different plates for each place setting. That makes the table fun yet well coordinated still with each being a lighthouse. I did a sea theme, too.

    Happy Tablescape Thursday…

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

  2. Hi you Happy Wanderer you (love that blogname) Great table. I love lighthouses and your table is so summery and fresh.
    I love that each plate is different – at my house that would make everyone fight over their favorites ;)
    Enjoy your day.
    ~Maryrose

  3. Just beautiful Ellen…love the lighthouses plates…thanks for sharing this wonderful table…hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

  4. Love your tablescape-it would great on my beach table. could you take them with you when you come and when you jog over to Kathie’s you can just leave them here(hee,hee!).

    Take care,
    Carolyn

  5. Hi Ellen, you know I love your table! The calmness of it speaks to my heart. The lighthouse plates are completely adorable. It is all so very charming!

    Barb

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