Fall Tablescape with Sarah Flint’s New Home Collection

Collaborating with Sarah Flint’s new home collection was so much fun.  Her gorgeous linens were hand-painted and inspired by 18th century French home interiors textiles.  I adore the colors!  I had a terrible time deciding which of the place settings I loved the best so, once we got our table shot, I added in the others and snapped some photos so that you can see how versatile these linens really are!

The table was set with Sarah Flint’s linens, Mottahedeh’s Sacred Bird & Butterfly Dinner Plates, Bernardaud’s discontinued rust chargers, Japanese Bird flatware, la Rochere French glassware and a carved pumpkin centerpiece.  I love the way the rust plates complement the pumpkins and gourds.  I’ve shared resources and links to all of the china patterns below and I’m eager to know….

Which one is your favorite?

I also just LOVE the great find from Antonio Melani that would be perfect for any of your Fall Gatherings!  This sweater is feels like a dream and I love the vibrant auburn color. The skirt is under $50 but looks and feels like a high-design wardrobe find!  I bought it in ivory as well and I plan to pair it with a black sweater that has pearl buttons.

This place setting is by Ginori, the popular makers of Oriente Italiano pattern.  I love this classic Fiesole pattern and I have owned it for over 20 years!  It is not found on many tables but it is a favorite of mine.  Reach out to us at ShopKSW for more information if you are interested in placing an order.

I love mixing patterns.  This is the Mottahedeh Blue Lace Charger topped with Herend’s Black Sapphire Chinese Bouquet. 

Our best selling Oriente Italiano pattern by Ginori comes in so many amazing colors but I love the way the Malachite complements Sarah Flint’s linens.

Mixing Herend’s Chinese Bouquet Colors is fun too! This is a rust rimmed soup bowl over a Black Sapphire Dinner Plate.

Old Aves by Royal Crown Derby is always a Fall Favorite.  I registered for these when we were getting married and I’m so happy that I did!  We love all of the rich colors.

Herend’s Chinese Bouquet in rust is on the of the most versatile patterns in my personal tabletop wardrobe.

Paradis by Royal Limoges seems like a spring pattern at first glance but I just loved the way it looked on this rattan charger mixed with all of the vibrant gourds and pumpkins.

Mottahedeh’s Blue Canton is really a neutral and seems to look stunning on any table!  I also love to pair the classic salt cellars when I use this pattern.

I picked up these white plates with tiny green leaves on a trip to Paris for a steal a few years ago!  The next time I go, I’m going to bring more home to share with you!  I love the way the Blue Lace Chargers frame the whimsical plate.

The Blue Lace Chargers frame the Paradis plate by Royal Limoges beautifully too!

So, which one is your favorite?

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