Pages

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Tablescape # 39 'Snowflakes'



Hello Everyone.  When I first saw these plates I knew I wanted to wait until a soft, cloudy, maybe snowy day to set this tablescape. 
Well this is the warmest and most sunny January in a very long time.
No Snowflakes in this part of the country!


It's afternoon and this room faces the south.  I love this room for the cozy and comfortable style.     


The Snowflake plates are from Tuesday Morning. 


The centerpiece was inspired by a photo I have on pinterest.  I bought the silver vase at a yard sale.




Dinnerware is Style House 'Rhythm' Silverware is 'Affection'  


Glassware is 'Venezia' Gold Collection


Gold Beaded napkin rings from Tuesday Morning - Christmas.  Handmade napkins.


Silver and Gold Snowflakes for a beautiful January Day is a blessing.






Thank you so much for visiting today and I want to say a BIG HELLO to my newest followers.
and
I want to share my cozy corner with:

Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday
No Minimalist Here for Open House Here Thursday
My Romantic Home for Show and Tell Friday
French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday
and
At the Picket Fence for Inspiration Friday
Please link back.
xo
Betty




5 comments:

  1. Are the snowflake plates Rythm too?! I've always said Homer Laughlin's (made some for Harmony House) mid-century designs are timeless. Thanks for proving my point.

    ReplyDelete
  2. What a lovely mix of silver and gold! Your centerpiece is really stunning, and it's perfect for your frosty winter table -- even if it wasn't snowing! The plates look great against the bare table.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Love the snowflake plates and glasswear too. We are having a surprisingly dry and sunny January here in Oregon, too. Please feel free to check out my blog and leave me some comments or suggestions. I am a new "mommy blogger" and would love your opinion. Thanks! http://fabulously-homemade.com/

    ReplyDelete
  4. I never think to pair silver and gold, but when I see it on the posts of other people, I love it! Those salad plates really bring it all together. It is wintery and elegant, a table to go with many kinds of dinners. Thanks for posting! If you have time this weekend, stop by www.inandoutmynest.blogspot.com. I've just started a weekly blog party called R & R Weekend for sharing ideas about Rest and Rejuvenating our creative spirits. Anything from writing, reading, tablescaping, sewing, singing, crafting or traveling. I love to read/see what other people do to recharge! Hope you can stop by! Happy blogging. ~CJ

    ReplyDelete
  5. Love your snowy tablescape. I would have guessed those snowflake plates to be vintage - mid-century! Fun.

    ReplyDelete

I'm so delighted that you have visited my blog...
Thanks for your comments as I enjoy reading them.
Betty

Related Posts with Thumbnails