I found the Acacia wood cutting boards at HomeGoods about a month ago after seeing a table set at Williams Sonoma, using this style board. I looked around for boards that wouldn’t break the bank. I was comfortable paying $5.99 for these.
The boards can be used for a sandwich, bread and/or bowl of soup or as individual fruit and cheese trays.
The flat-weave rugs and tapas bowls complement each other, bringing a cohesiveness to this table, set in the lodge.
Mini tapas bowls are the inspiration for this table. They are Aaron Sanchez (Culture in the Kitchen), from HomeGoods.
The napkins and rings are from Pier One, a year or so ago.
Placemats from Walmart a few years ago.
The blue glasses, always a mystery for me; I seem to remember finding them at Target, but I might be wrong.
Dinner plate is marked Queens.
I wanted to add an extra bit of orange to the setting. I found the cute little Clementines at Aldi.
The pumpkin votive cups were a gift from a friend.
The pumpkin tureen has been around a few years. I don’t recall where I found it.