A Pottery Barn Table Runner And Some Burlap


I found a Pottery Barn table runner at the thrift store and paired it with some burlap material I had.

I found these turquoise colored glass dessert cups at a yard sale and the dishes came from GW.

I think these are from the 70's, I love 'em!

This old mason jar was my grandma's and I've added sea glass I've found over the years and turned it into a hurricane lamp.


I found these pelican s/p shakers at GW.

I decorated my side table with some recent crafts I made and some collections.


I've collected old bottles for years.

A monkey's fist sailor knot, I learned how to make on Youtube.com.

I've collected shells for years too, and remade this shadow box for some.


My seashell and loofah sponge decor ball I made.

I like to collect mason jars too.
Just a little sand and a shell and a tealight is all that's needed to make a great votive holder from these.

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..: A Pottery Barn Table Runner And Some Burlap

Thursday, June 10

A Pottery Barn Table Runner And Some Burlap


I found a Pottery Barn table runner at the thrift store and paired it with some burlap material I had.

I found these turquoise colored glass dessert cups at a yard sale and the dishes came from GW.

I think these are from the 70's, I love 'em!

This old mason jar was my grandma's and I've added sea glass I've found over the years and turned it into a hurricane lamp.


I found these pelican s/p shakers at GW.

I decorated my side table with some recent crafts I made and some collections.


I've collected old bottles for years.

A monkey's fist sailor knot, I learned how to make on Youtube.com.

I've collected shells for years too, and remade this shadow box for some.


My seashell and loofah sponge decor ball I made.

I like to collect mason jars too.
Just a little sand and a shell and a tealight is all that's needed to make a great votive holder from these.

Please visit Between Naps On The Porch for more Tablescape Thursday posts.














10 Comments:

At June 10, 2010 at 1:34 PM , Blogger Michelle @ Sweet Something said...

Beautiful Mary! That centerpiece looks great! The old bottles under the cloche look fantastic! Great job!

 
At June 10, 2010 at 6:26 PM , Blogger Tricia said...

Yes, those turquoise dessert cups definitely look like they're from the 70s -- and they're "in" again! They really add a lot to your pretty table. Love all your beachy accents!

 
At June 10, 2010 at 6:56 PM , Blogger Mimi said...

Beautiful table...♥♥♥ those aqua sherbet dishes, gorgeous color.

 
At June 10, 2010 at 7:35 PM , Blogger Elizabeth said...

Just gorgeous! I love the way you display your bottles.

 
At June 10, 2010 at 8:07 PM , Blogger vignette design said...

Very cute and beachy! Love the candles in the jars.

 
At June 11, 2010 at 3:18 AM , Blogger A Cottage Muse said...

I have those dessert cups in amber! They were my Mom's and she always made pudding in them on the weekends!

 
At June 11, 2010 at 7:48 AM , Blogger musingegret said...

Love those touches of blue! You've given me some great ideas, especially the bottles under the cloche.

 
At June 13, 2010 at 4:49 AM , Blogger Paige Thomas King said...

Great table and ideas! The mason jar hurricane is wonderful. I think I want to shop at your "GW!"

 
At June 14, 2010 at 2:42 PM , Blogger Carmie, the Single Nester said...

I just love those turquoise dessert cups. I would love to make a shadow box for my favorite shells. How did you attach the shells to the fabric?

 
At June 20, 2010 at 4:31 PM , Blogger Love of the Sea said...

I love your creativity. This side table is just so beautiful.

 

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