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Farmhouse-style Dessert Tablescape | Vintage-look Wooden Crate Tray
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Friends, can you believe it’s already mid-July?! Not only that…it’s the second Wednesday of the month, so that means it’s already time for another round of “It’s All Set” — the monthly tablescape event featuring several of my favorite blog friends!
I am having so much fun with this monthly feature and I hope you are too!
This month, my inspiration came from a cheery vintage tablecloth I bought at Round Top a few years ago for just a few dollars.
It reminds me of my grandma — my mom’s mother. The colors are just so cheerful and the style reminds me of her. I’m not exactly sure why because I don’t recall her having a tablecloth like this one. Something about it made me think of her when I saw it. Maybe it’s the bits of yellow like the yellow floral wallpaper she had in her bathroom or the yellow chenille bedspread in her guest room. Or, maybe it’s the pops of red like the old red-rimmed white enamelware she had from her parents farmhouse. Or maybe it’s the cheerful floral pattern itself. Whatever the reason, it spoke to me and made me think of her so I bought it.
I had almost forgotten about it tucked away in a basket in my kitchen. So, when I was trying to come up with a theme for this month’s tablescape, I remembered the tablecloth. I decided it was the perfect backdrop for creating a small table in honor of my grandma, her wonderful baking and her welcoming style.
My grandma was the best at making desserts and her style was always simple and always welcoming! And, taking center stage was the food — it was the main attraction, no question. Continue reading