Love that cheese-ball song.
Now that our garden has been put to bed
fresh flower arrangements are a thing of the past.
That doesn't mean I don't have lovely bits of nature
gracing our tabletops.
Some shiny apples in a cool mid-century German bowl
Also double as a healthy dessert!
in a Simon Pearce bowl
grace our foyer year round.
Bittersweet branches in a
bronze trumpet vase.
Those antlers are ones the Cheddar brought home.
He loves to prop too.
I love autumn leaves tossed about the dining table
bringing the outdoors in.
This is a little more controlled and something I plan on
doing on our Thanksgiving table along with
oak leaf 'place cards' with monikers in silver pen.
I gathered these oak leaves on a hike with Cheddar,
bunched them all together (stem side down) and jammed them in this handsome old stein.
Make sure you keep leaves a safe distance from
Firemen are hot but I don't need them coming to our house
because our dining room is on fire (again)
This old stein in one of my favorite things, it was obviously someone else's as they had it stapled together to repair a crack long ago.
I think that just adds to the character of the piece.
Like smile lines.
What on your table makes you smile?