Monday

Tabletop Tuesday

Time for Marty's Tabletop Tuesday, click on her name for lots more inspiration.
Today I'm sharing a few sconces I have in our house. Marty says we can use various surfaces, and these little sconces have a surface! I have figurines on the sconces.

These two are in the living room on each side of this Thomas Kinkade painting.
The figurines are Fontanini, made in Italy. We bought them on our trip there.

These two are in the family room:

This one is on a narrow wall in the breakfast nook:
I think the addition of faux ivy adds interest
Thanks to Marty for hosting Tabletop Tuesday, I hope my wall sconces qualify!


Click here if you are looking for my Thursday Tablescape, I'm doing an encore presentation (due to my neighbor's death I haven't had time to create another tablescape this week.)

Have a happy day!

God Bless.

Katherine



5 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Katherine, I love your sconces. They are such pretty shapes. You have some gorgeous figurines to display on them. Love them all. I do agree, the touch of ivy just gives them a little extra punch. Beautiful. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Cottage Rose said...

Hello Katherine; I love your wall sconces... and Thomas Kincaid is my favorite artist.... he is amazing... your wall is just beautiful...

Hugs;
Alaura

Kim said...

What cute little statues, I wouldn't have thought of putting them on the scones. Nice job.

A Hint of Home said...

Hi Katherine,
Your walls look great with the sconces and statues. Greenery is always a nice touch.
Hope your family is doing well.

Jane (Frugal Fine Living) said...

Very pretty sconces! I'm inspired now to look for some while shopping today.

Jane