Rose and Sage Batik Tablescape

April 6, 2021

Happy tablescape Tuesday, y’all! So excited to share this batik tablescape that Sarah and I put together and that’s giving us major island vibes.

We’ll start with the gorgeous rose and sage block print tablecloth from Sea to Skye. We cannot get enough of their selection of beautiful linens and this one is no exception. The colors are just perfect and so versatile that I think you can really use this cloth year round. I envision it styled so many ways throughout the seasons, so I’m sure this won’t be the last you’ll see of it. 🙂

The embroidered napkins are from Charleston Cotton, and are simply exquisite! The monogram is so pretty and again, like the tablecloth, will go with SO much! Jill with Charleston Cotton can make all of your embroidery dreams come true. I really don’t think there’s any embroidery task that she can’t do.

The rattan orchid napkin rings were a gift from my husband…I guess he actually does pay attention to my posts, ha! I love them and they make such a statement. He got them on Etsy from a seller who hand makes them out of Colombia.

And for the cheekiest part of the tablescape, the brass monkey candelabras! Sarah spotted them on one of our many thrifting excursions. Such a good find, I love them so! I found some similar on Etsy and Ebay that I will link for y’all.

I’m wearing one of my favorite new dresses by Hannah Art Wear. It’s hand blocked, 100% linen and one size fits all, meaning it’s super comfy! Sarah’s pretty block print dress is by Emerson Fry.

Photos by Alisia Thompson Photography