7/6/09

Fancy Tablecloths

Well, can you guess which of these tablecloths holds the $485 price tag? My shweethaht friend Nester girl is doing a crash course on fabric so you might want to head over there to hear all about how NOT to spend a TON of moola on a table cloth and still have it look fabulous.

I like looking at the finished product. Isn't this dessert table cloth delicious? It's even ironed... I never iron my linens unless the President is coming and even then... well,.... nope. I'll iron my linens when Jesus comes.


I love a good clean line cloth... these tucks make round look modern unlike the flowing tablecloth below... which yes, I also love.



And... Ooops! How did that get in there?!?! Dinner for 8 anyone? Is there any wonder why I dislike taking pictures of my house? I mean, just to get that table clean took me half the night and the floor... well, Happy 4th of July to me... I'm still working on it. Ooo... but stay tuned this week because there is an empty basket on that table that houses the most WONDERFUL gift a reader sent me. I'll show you soon!

Ahh... your eyes can all rest at ease now. This table cloth is casually elegant... and I think I'll paint my chairs 2 different colors some day because I love this shot.
Spring green... love this fun print. Will someone please tell my what on earth those 2 green egg things are there on the ground? That's a far stretch for photo staging... a green chair, a plant, the Hulk... something besides 2 green blobs.

So which one of these table cloths rings up just below $500? Take your guess... I tell you tomorrow!

11 comments:

mrsgarageflower said...

I was going to say the dessert cloth, but I changed my mind when I looked a second time and saw the round table with the black and white damask topper and french dot underskirt.

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

I am so bad at guessing games!! I'll go with the one that had the damask top. :)

Jen - Balancing Beauty and Bedlam said...

$FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS? NOW WAY! Ok, I am not actually screaming out loud, but in my head. No clue, but I love the green floral one because it would match my kitchen perfectly.;)

southerninspiration said...

I'm guessing the first one because it looks like it came out of that catalog of french stuff (can't remember the name!) OR that adorable dessert one....

Suzanne

Charity said...

I think the round one with the buttons. Deceptively simple.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I do love that dessert table cloth - how unique! I don't iron mine either - stuff is going on top of it so who's going to admire your wrinkleless tablecloth!

Kimberly said...

The first one - the red and yellow provencal one. I'll bet it is April Cornell. That one is the expensive one.

Karen at Nittany Inspirations said...

It has to be the black and white one. It has to have hand embroidered french knots to make it that expensive.

Amy said...

hmm, maybe the green one?

Kimm at Reinvented said...

I'm voting for the dessert one. What do we win? :)

Samantha said...

I'm guessing the simple tailored cloth with the buttons. It's something that wouldn't take that long to make with a little piping and tailoring know-how, but precisely the thing that designers would charge way too much for! My second guess is the white/black combo. Very pretty, but I figure that one is a trick. :-) We know Nester could pull that one off for about $25!

 
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