I ordered this tablecloth from Williams-Sonoma when it was on sale recently, so decided to see what I could pull together to go with it.
White mums in cobalt blue bottles make an easy centerpiece.
Other blue and white items were pulled from the baker's rack in the kitchen.
Here's a placesetting, starting with plain white dinner plates, everyday glasses, and my silver, Lunt Belvedere. The napkins are in a coordinating pattern, also from Williams-Sonoma.
The blue and white appetizer plates belonged to my in-laws and feature what I think are quails.
Here's a closer look at the pattern.
The salad plate is by Bordallo in the Basketweave-Blue pattern. I only have two of these, but would like to collect more!
The blue and white rabbit also belonged to my in-laws, and I thought he added a bit of whimsy to the table.
Here's a closer look.
I like the simplicity of the white mums.
Here's another view, showing a glimpse of the Knockout Roses, which have continued to bloom, despite the intense heat.
If the blue and white table didn't cool you off, maybe a dip in the pool will work!
Thanks for stopping by, and don't forget to check out all the other tablescapes at Susan's Between Naps on the Porch!