Tabletops Tuesday

We are on vacation (see where in last nights post here.) Today we visited a quaint little village with lots of neat shops and restaurants. One beautiful home interiors shop included lovely tablescapes and many tabletop items. I was excited she does what we all enjoy -- creates tablescapes! She very graciously allowed me to take pictures to share on Tabletop Tuesday, and Tablescapes Thursday!

Look at this wonderful tablescape she created:
Each place setting had matching placemats and napkins:
Isn't that little faux fig perfect for the placesetting!

How about this gorgeous lantern as the centerpiece!

The shop offers the service of coming to your home and creating your tablescape for you!

Look at the placemats she has to choose from!

And all the matching napkins!

This is a tablescaper's dream store!!!

I wanted this gorgeous little accent piece, but have no room for it in our house:
It is filled with napkins, and pretty matching sheer napkins that compliment the color scheme.

She also sells furniture, floral arrangements, window treatments, and does interior redesign!

Great tabletop accents!

Great tablescape!

Thanks to Pacita's Home Collections for permission to share the lovely store with all of you! This shop is located in Cocoa Village, 313 Brevard Avenue, Cocoa, FL 32922. The website is:

Thanks to Marty for hosting Tabletops Tuesday, and Susan for hosting Tablescapes Thursday. Click on their names to visit their blogs.

Have a happy day!

God Bless.



The Tablescaper said...


It looks like you happened upon a most wonderous store - not only things for tablescapes, but an inspiring one right there in the store! Hope you made a special purchase to bring home with you.

- The Tablescaper

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Katherine, This store is fabuous! I would have gotten lost in all the goodies! I love the colors and the feel of the tablescape. And how could you not go home with bags and bags of table linens!
What a fun post!
Yvonne @ StoneGable

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Beatiful shop. I would spend a long time in there and probably spend a little cash too.

Sounds like a wonderful vacation, Katherine.

Mrs. P. said...

What a great shop! How hard it would have been to resist all those lovely things. Enjoy your trip :)


marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh Katherine, this really is a tablescapers dream place. I love everything. She has some lovely accent pieces that I see in the pictures. A gorgeous shop. Thanks for sharing and thanks for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

Love Bears All Things said...

Now, I could spend some time in a shop like this.
Mama Bear

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

What a clever and creative tablescape. Well done!

Megan said...

What a beautiful table and shop. I haven't been there--in fact I haven't been to Cocoa Village in a while--now I will have to get up there after I get back from GA.
Hope you are having a wonderful time at the beach.

Creations By Cindy said...

I can already see that you had a grand time visiting this store Katherine. Thanks for sharing with us. Be blessed. Cindy

Linda said...

Beautiful shop! Loved that tablescape. The colors are so pretty.

Marilyn said...

The tablescape and shop are very pretty. I love the soft colors and the pear sits so pretty on the plate.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Ahhhh...what a fantastic store and I live SO far away. It's fun to look though. How nice of them to give permission..but..when you think about's free :):)

parTea lady said...

What a wonderful store and the tablescape is just beautiful. Thanks for the link.

Lara Harris said...

That shop looks devine! :)

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

It looks like you are having a wonderful vacation. What a dream store! Everything is beautiful. I would have been so tempted in that store! Thank you for sharing it. laurie

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Oh mercy...please let me loose at that store...the napkins are fabulous!

paperbutterfly said...

Thank you Katherine for stopping by for Teapot & Tea Things Tuesday.

I hope you are enjoying your vacation. This shop is too sweet! Can you imagine that someone is paid to have all this fun?

Enjoy your time with your daughters.
I look forward to having you stop by for tea soon.

Sonia said...

Oh this is so beautiful!! I love this tablescape and the store is wonderful...I will have to visit next time I'm in Florida! Thanks for the link and sharing such a wonderful shop! Gorgeous!

Miss Bloomers

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Katherine, that is just a super neat place! I love the tablescape! I was scanning your post to see if it was in easy driving distance, but shucks, it's not! If that had been in Orlando, I would have been down the road tomorrow! LOL!

Hope you're having fun in Florida. We kind of like it here. And I hope you have a super birthday coming up with your daughters in Savannah. Mr. Magpie has one the following weekend after yours!

Happy Tablescape Thursday!


Sheila :-)

Diann @ The thrifty groove said...

So many pretty things! This looks like it would be one of the shops where you better pack a lunch cuz your gonna be there all day "oooohhhh & ahhhhhh'ing"!

Sailing Simply said...

OMG! I love this store! This is exactly the kind of store I would have loved to worked in! Thanks for the online link too!

Rettabug said...

What a FUN vacation spot! I would have broken the bank in that place. Hubby would have had to drag me out by the hair. GORGEOUS STUFF!
Thanks for sharing their website. I've already scoped it out.

Knee-mails being sent heavenward for your sister Ann.

nannykim/spindlecottage said...

Hope you are having a wonderful vacation! I don't know about you, but I love the table itself!!

barbara said...

What an inspiring store! I don't know how you could resist a thing. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Mimi said...

Love that table with all the lime green...pretty, pretty!
Looks like a store you could spend all day in and still not see everything.
Katherine, my thoughts and prayers are with your sister.

Miss Merry said...

What fun to find a tablescape store on your vacation! I love the tiny fig - wouldn't we all love to have the wall of placemats, too?

xinex said...

Definitely a tablescaper's dream store! I wish I could go visit it. Beautiful tablescape, pretty colors! Enjoy your trip!...Christine

Sara's Sweet Surprise said...

Katherine~you had me at the view from your living room and now the mecca of tablescape decor!
You are in paradise all the way around.

Thanks for the recipe of the Mexico City Pie...easy and delish.

Sweet wishes,

Dining Delight said...

OH! I want to go to that store...or better yet, I want to run it! How fun to offer a service where you get to have all that inventory and go to people's houses and set tables! Now that's a fun job! Thanks for sharing this, I loved seeing all the beautiful items and the lovely 'scape!


~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ said...

Wow, All those napkins and the sheer ones too, I'm just drooling! Such a lovely store.
~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

Sarah said...

Katherine, this is a beautifully fresh table. I love the color pallet she used, and those faux figs are a perfect accent. Thanks for sharing this setting and the link to this beautiful store. ~ Sarah

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Beautiful! I'm really loving the purple and green I've been seeing this Spring. Good thing I didn't visit that store -- way too much temptation!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Katherine, it just dawned on me that you are actually FROM Florida! I wish, wish, wish I had known this a few months ago when I hosted a birthday celebration for one of the Pink Saturday group, a friend from Canada.

We need to get the Florida bloggers together! It seems I know more bloggers in Georgia! If you are ever up St. Augustine way, give me a shout! :-)


Sheila :-)

A Hint of Home said...

Hi KK,
Looks like my kind of store! What wonderful pieces and great tablescape she has.
Hope you are all doing well!

Anonymous said...

Wow, what a gorgeous store, I would love to have a chance to visit one like that. Thanks so much for sharing.


Creations By Cindy said...

Katherine, be sure to check out my blog. You have an award. Be blessed, Cindy