This tablescape it 100% Nell Hills. It has to be- it's in the home of Mary Carol Garrity! The brown and white check runner sets the tone for the quail and her outdoorsy theme. It was so cozy, you just wanted to sit down and eat.
The tablescape was in the area I would call the Butler's Pantry. This area had tall ceilings also, as did the entire house, but 2 walls were floor to ceiling cabinets that held her many dishes. That included dinnerware as well as serving pieces. I was fascinated the whole time I was there. If you notice in the below photo, she even put framed art BELOW the windows. Never thought of that!
The below ceiling fixture is decorated with dried vines and leaves. The shadows cast on the ceiling were interesting and brought your eye up.
The below photo is taken in the SMALL kitchen. See how she used natural elements to bring depth and texture to the area?
The photos are all mine, I was actually at the open house of Mary Carol Garrity/Nell Hills in September. I am having a give away that involves her latest book "O Christmas Tree" that she signed that day. Check out my side bar to get the details, and you could be the lucky winner. After you do that, be sure and check out the other Tablescapes on http://betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com and say Hi to Susan for me!