Posted in breakfast room, caferteria, Decor, Fall, gift ideas, Home and Garden, Home Makeover, lunch rooms, Picnic, Place mats and table runners, table decor, Table Linens, tagged autumn placemats, decor, fall leaf placemats, home, home and garden, home decor, placemats, vinyl placemats on September 28, 2016|
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A beautiful wooden table stands majestically in the middle of the room. You love the way it looks, the way it compliments your décor. Its beautiful color and design are what made you bring it home.
It’s Autumn and the weather is getting chilly. You would love to grab a cup of coffee or relax with a warm tea. If you set the cup on the table, it might create a ring. A splash of beverage might end up on the table, creating a stain that might not come off.
The Elegant Fern autumn placemats are a great solution. Its green and brown fern leaves remind you of the woods, of the crisp leaves that crunch under your feet as you take a stroll and relax in the cool breeze. These Fall leaf placemats are vinyl and are thickly padded to protect your tables from heat and water damage when setting something down that it too hot or an item that may spill. Its so easy to maintain: all you have to do it wipe it down with a clean cloth.
You still get to see your table in all its beauty yet protecting it at the same time. Autumn is a time for accomplishments. By protecting our table and preventing scratches, spills, and table damage, this leaves us with more time and opportunity to accomplish all we would like to accomplish. Enjoy the day!
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Posted in Christmas, Decor, gift ideas, Home and Garden, Home Makeover, Place mats and table runners, table decor, Table Linens, winter decor, tagged bird placemats, christmas tablecloths, home and garden, placemats, table linens, table runners on November 24, 2015|
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The weather out there is getting Brr Brr cold and if the winter season is anything like last year that means freezing temps and lots and lots of snow.
What gets everyone excited about this time of year is the Holiday season. It brings family and friends together for merrymaking and fun.
You may want to liven up your decor a bit. To brighten things up you may want to try one of our Holly Vine Christmas Tablecloths. This white or red Christmas tablecloth has Holly leaves all over the border and comes in rectangle, round, or as a table topper.
Another lovely item is the Winter Garden Cardinal bird placemats. Its design is a perfect cheer me up as you imagine the Cardinal hopping around and chirping merrily! Also available as a table runner. We also have Chickadee bird placemats and table runners-a beautiful option as well.
So let’s do our best to liven things up and spread cheer this wonderful Holiday season! Stay Warm!
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Posted in Autumn, crafts, Decor, Fall, halloween, Home and Garden, Place mats and table runners, Table Linens, Wedding and Parties, tagged Autumn decor, fall decorations, fall table decor, fall table linens, fall table runners on September 16, 2014|
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Decorating for Fall doesn’t have to be costly. There are so many items available at our fingertips that celebrate the Fall season. About a Mom posted a pretty Pumpkin Flower Bouquet that is so easy to make. You can use a few small pumpkins as centerpieces or one large one as decoration. Slice off the top of the pumpkin, scoop out seeds and add fresh Fall flowers. Click on the link for more info:
Brighten your kitchen and dining room areas by adding Fall table runners, leaf place mats, and bright autumn color tablecloths and cloth napkins to add beautiful autumn decor to your home.
Decorations though are not just for the living and dining room areas. Bring serenity into your bedroom by making this creative wall art out of leaves. Use pressed leaves and tape them to crafting paper. Hang a few rows with removable adhesive strips for high impact above a bed or sofa.
As mentioned in our previous post, pumpkins and apples (and of course colorful leaves!) are bountiful this time of year so we can make good use out of them and enhance our surroundings.
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Posted in Autumn, Decor, Fall, Home and Garden, Place mats and table runners, Table Linens, tagged apple and pumpkin fun facts, burlap placemats, burlap table runners, fall table linens, fall table runners, pumpkin and apple picking on September 6, 2014|
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The wonderful weather this time of year is fabulous for picking apples and pumpkins. The sun is still shinning yet there is a beautiful cool breeze on the open field. As the weather gets a bit cooler we start thinking of some delicious comfort food. Apples and Pumpkins make some great treats. Think warm apple cider and pumpkin pie!
Here are some interesting fun facts about apples and pumpkins:
- The first apple trees were planted by Pilgrims in Massachusetts Bay Colony.
- The world’s largest apple peel was created by Kathy Wafler Madison on October 16, 1976, in Rochester, NY. It was 172 feet, 4 inches long. (She was 16 years old at the time and grew up to be a sales manager for an apple tree nursery.)
- An apple tree will start bearing fruit 8-10 years after it is planted. A dwarf tree starts bearing in 3-6 years.
- Apples are not self pollinating. They need bees to pollinate the flowers to form the fruit.
- Most apple blossoms are pink when they open but gradually fade to white.
- One apple has 5 grams of fiber, no fat, sodium and cholesterol free. But wait, don’t peel your apple! Two-thirds of the fiber and many of the antioxidants are found in the apple peel.
- The largest apple picked weighed three pounds.
- Apples are a member of the rose family of plants along with pears, peaches, plums and cherries.
- 25% of an apple’s volume is air; that is why they can float. (Ever dunked for an apple?)
- It takes about 36 apples to create one gallon of apple cider.
- Two pounds of apples make one 9 inch pie.
- Most apples are still picked by hand in the fall.
- It takes the energy from 50 leaves to produce one apple.
- Apples are the second most valuable fruit in the United States. Oranges are first.
- The largest U.S. apple crop was 277.3 million bushels in 1998.
- One of George Washington’s hobbies was pruning his apple trees.
- A bushel of apples weighs 42 pounds and will yield 20-24 quarts of applesauce.
- Pumpkins contain potassium and Vitamin A.
- Pumpkin flowers are edible.
- The largest pumpkin pie ever made was over five feet in diameter and weighed over 350 pounds. It used 80 pounds of cooked pumpkin, 36 pounds of sugar, 12 dozen eggs and took six hours to bake.
- In early colonial times, pumpkins were used as an ingredient for the crust of pies, not the filling.
- Pumpkins were once recommended for removing freckles and curing snake bites.
- The largest pumpkin ever grown weighed 1,140 pounds.
- Pumpkins are 90 percent water.
- Eighty percent of the pumpkin supply in the United States is available in October.
- Native Americans flattened strips of pumpkins, dried them and made mats.
- Native Americans called pumpkins “isqoutm squash.”
- Native Americans used pumpkin seeds for food and medicine.
For those who don’t go apple and pumpkin picking yet would like to enjoy that warm feeling can experience it with our new Harvest Pumpkin place mats and table runners. These beautiful 14″ x 20″ burlap like place mats will give your table a burst of color with the bright and cheerful pumpkin design. Enhance your festivities and enjoy the Harvest Pumpkin Table Runners as well. Another option is to go with the solid Natural Woven place mats and runners which has the look of natural burlap, but with a wonderful soft feel.
Let’s make sure to enjoy the bountiful fruits, vegetables, gorgeous scenery and all of the blessings that Autumn has to offer.
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