Welcome to Monday and Catalog Walk at Got My Reservations!
As tablescapers, we are dedicated to using inherited beauties from our grandmothers and rescuing cast-off lovelies from thrift stores. Sometimes, however, we can do a good thing for the universe while also creating a beautiful table.
Today I’ve featured tableware from the National Wildlife Federation‘s winter catalog. Click into the photo caption to connect to the online catalog.
“National Wildlife Federation’s mission is to inspire Americans to protect wildlife for our children’s future. National Wildlife Federation (NWF) works with over 4 million members, partners, and supporters to actively educate, inspire, and promote achievable solutions to everyday Americans in communities from coast-to-coast.Our conservation work focuses on three major areas that will have the biggest impact on the future of America’s wildlife:1. Confront global warming, the single most urgent threat to wildlife.
2. Protect and restore wildlife habitat, to ensure a wildlife legacy for our children.3. Connect with nature by fostering profound and personal connections between people and nature.”
Let’s take a walk through the NWF’s 2013 Christmas catalog.
Grouped together or sprinkled throughout the tablescape, these jar candles are stunning for your Christmas decor. Oil candles are filled with faux berries and greenery, with clean-burning oil and fiberglass wick that does not need to be replaced. Glass is 40% recycled.
These birchbark votives add a woodland touch to a tablescape and are a good value at $19.99 for a set of three.
These beautiful embossed pine cone stoneware bowls could be used in a variety of places on the table, including as a vase for a centerpiece.
You can’t go wrong with April Cornell linens in any season.
The Holly Berry plaid napkin and napkin ring are the perfect counterpoint for the rest of the pieces.
In the tablescaping world, EVERYONE needs a set of Christmas dishes. These don’t scream Santa…
Are you ready for something new for your table? I hope that I have whetted your appetite for some natural elements in your home.
I’ve promoted National Wildlife Federation products here, but am not under any sponsorship connection with them.
Got my bags, got my reservations,
Spent each dime I could afford.
Like a child in wild anticipation,
I long to hear that, “All aboard!”
Music and lyrics by Bud Green, Les Brown and Ben Homer (1944)