Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Tablescape Thursday: One Porch, Four Tablescapes


For this week's Tablescape Thursday, I'm sharing pictures of my side porch with four different tablescapes.

Dr. Gollum liked the tablescape with the red goblets; Bandwith said he hadn't noticed anything different. :-)

To return to Susan's blog to see a gorgeous array of tablescapes, click here: http://www.betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com
See you there!

55 comments:

  1. my favorite of these is the white in white table! So lovely!

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  2. I like them all. I really like that white tablecloth! Happy T.T. to you!

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  3. Gorgeous! I love them all! but of course MY favorite is the first one with the beautiful floral cloth and the gerbera daisy!
    Happy TT! oh...I love your new header!
    ;-D

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  4. I love them all, but I think the soothing white beach tablescape just may be my favorite. We've got a little bistro set too and tonight I picked your Big Lots tablecloth and a rooster one also. There were lots of cute ones to choose from.

    Happy Tablescape Thursday!

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  5. It is fun to see how versatile a single spot can be. You've done a great job transforming it into many enjoyable atmospheres! Hard for me to pick a favorite.

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  6. All pretty, can't pick a favorite....Love that table , perfect for your scaping ! I am
    just speechless looking at your mosaics - you did a fabulous job !
    Hugs ~ Kammy

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  7. * "LADY GOLLUM"~ THE CONSUMMATE HOSTESS... ALWAYS!!!

    Love,
    Linda *

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  8. Evening, Dear Gollum! Oh, you've been having so much fun, haven't you? I love this. Now do I have to choose? I love them all! Kinda partial to the first one with the olden looking tablecloth!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  9. All so stunning, it's hard to pick a favorite! But the black and white bird plates caught my eye immediately!

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  10. They are beautiful. How do you decide which one to dine at?

    I'm a floral fan so that's by far my favorite. Where are those plates from???

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  11. Hi,
    With the perfect spot you have achieved not one but four perfect settings. I love the floral but it is hard to pick a favorite. I would be happy to enjoy them all.
    ~Maryrose

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  12. They are all beautiful but I think my favorite is the first one with the cabbage roses. Looks so summery.

    Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

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  13. They are all beautiful but....I'm still lovin' the seashell tablescape! You do a beautiful job!
    Michelle

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  14. They're all so pretty and what a wonderful "spot" you have for tablescaping! I love the new cloth from Big Lots -- Anything with roses on it and pinks always draw me in. But they're all breathtaking.

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  15. It's amazing how different table settings can really change the feel! Great post!

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  16. Have you done some kind of photo effect on the fourth one, sneaky.
    I like it the best.

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  17. All beautiful! But, I have to agree with the Dr. I really like those red goblets! My second choice would be the green stem goblets and tablesetting.

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  18. I really love all four. They are each so different, but so beautifully done. Love them. Hugs, Marty

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  19. Oh, I love them all. Even If someone was holding a gun to my head, I couldn't choose one over the other...
    I laughed out loud when Bandwith couldn't see anything different....Haa..

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  20. Well, to say they are lovely would be an understatement! Charming!!!!

    Barb

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  21. Each one is as lovely as the next, Gollum! I love your balcony!...Christine

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  22. How could you ever choose a favorite!!! Every one is as lovely as the next!!! I have thoroughly enjoyed this visit!!! Thank you!!!

    Have a wonderful evening!!!
    XOXO
    Cathy

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  23. I love them all! Amazing how completely different they all are on the same table in the same space...how neat is that! I do like those red goblets...any drink would just have to taste better sipped from a red goblet! Creative and Beautiful X 4! Susan

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  24. I can not pick a favorite: they are all so special in their own way! You are so creative and have such GORGEOUS things to work with! It is a feast for my eyes every time you post a table!!!1 Hope you will come take a peek at my table this week! Hugs, Pinky

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  25. Gollum - you never disappoint. I don't know how you did 4! I barely had the energy to do 1! LOL! They're all beautiful but I'm gravitating to the watermelon ... mmm, summer! :)

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  26. The elegant all white table with the shells is the one for me! Just gorgeous, luxurious yet simple. The perfect combination.

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  27. All are beautiful.. but I'm gonna have to pick Dr G's favorite.. loving that bold color.

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  28. My, you have been busy....I really like them all...you're truly an inspiration! I like the all white one the best I think....my eye went to it immediately? Maybe because of the balustrades....it's just so elegant! Thank you for sharing your creative talent. Luanne

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  29. Beautiful tables, Gollum! Lovely space!

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  30. I love them all, but have to agree that the white is my favorite.

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  31. I found each so different and so lovely, frankly I couldn't pick just one! You are so talent and your home is stunning.

    Thank you for sharing

    Tina

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  32. "He had not noticed anything different"??? Men!! :-D

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  33. You have set the bar on tablescaping so high that each time I see one...it puts a challenge out to us! JUST beautiful!
    ~smiles~
    Mona

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  34. Love your mosaics Gollum, seeing all four wonderful and unique tablescapes together like this shows just how talented you really are. I remember the gollumized photo of the side patio with that gorgeous mirror, wishing you a wonderful Thursday, Kathy.

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  35. I love them all and am thinking I'd need to have a tiny snack at each one before I could possibly make up my mind :)
    They all had a unique feel and I found myself thinking of foods for each one...lovely
    (Love the way you changed up what you had there in the corner!)
    Robin
    All Things Heart and Home

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  36. Awesome...All of them, but of course being a beach lover, I like the white tablescape best. You never cease to amaze me with your createtivity and I look forward to visiting your blog.

    Thanks for sharing, you inspire me.

    Barbara

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  37. I can't choose - they are all gorgeous! :D Jewel

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  38. I LOVE THEM ALL BUT IF I HAD TO PICK A FAVORITE IT WOULD BE THE FIRST ONE WITH THE BEAUTIFUL FLORAL TABLECLOTH

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  39. My favorite is also the setting with the red goblets. It;s the pottery! I love it!

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  40. Oh my goodness, what a feast for the eyes! I really can't choose a favorite -- they are all stunning!

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  41. So beautiful! I loved the way you shared them with us!

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  42. Beautiful Michael as so is your porch and the view from it.
    -Brenda-

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  43. I love them all!!!

    I love the color of the table and chairs.

    Amazing view!

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  44. They are all beautiful. You can still mix and match within these 4 and come up with dozens of other tablescapes. Happy TT.

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  45. I admit that I love them all. Really, I love everything you do.

    I always find a smile here when I visit you. Thank you for the beauty and inspiration.

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  46. Oh, Gollum
    My heart will not let me pick just one; I do like them all and could sit down to lunch, brunch or dinner to any of these great tablescapes. Have a great week; I'll be out for a week or so.
    blossom

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  47. They're all so beautiful, but I'm leaning towards the vintage rose tablecloth/scape. ☺♥☺ diane

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  48. And they all look so different! As though they're from altogether different places. Good job!
    Brenda

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  49. Wow, 4 in 1. You put the rest of us to shame. The mirror in one of the place settings really caught my eye. I love reflections of things you may not see otherwise.

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  50. Beautiful - all four of them, and I love the way you did the mosaic of them. It was fun to see them all together. laurie

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  51. They are all beautiful...I would love to dine at any of them!
    Too chilly here to eat outside.in the 50's today!

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  52. I love them all! But best of all I love your view! What a beautiful setting to showcase your wonderful Tablescapes! Love it! Huggy Hugs!

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  53. The beach-inspired tablescape is stunning. It's very elegantly done with the use of an almost all-white palette.

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