Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Tablescape Thursday: A Winter Luncheon
Blue and white snowflake bowls are perfect for hot soup on a cold day!
I thought it made a nice effect! I used one of my vintage white lace-edged dresser scarves as a runner.
Here again is another variation. I can transition my table from a winter luncheon very easily to a winter dinner, with the addition of a wavy glass salad/dessert plate. I have a set of twelve of these and I believe they came from Crate & Barrel.
For the transition from lunch to dinner, I remove the drinking glass and replace with balloon wine goblets.
Thanks for stopping by! Be sure to visit all the other fabulous folks and their tablescapes for Tablescape Thursday over at Between Naps on the Porch!
Casual dinner ware: 'Emma' collection at Pottery Barn
Casual flatware: J.A. Henckels Vintage, Bed Bath & Beyond
Cut glass plates: vintage, an antique store find
Drinking glasses: Pier 1 Imports
Balloon wine goblets: Crate & Barrel
Blue vintage tea napkins: antique store find ($4 for a set of six of them)
White lace-edged dresser scarf: vintage, $3 at an antique store
Milk glass covered hen dish: vintage, purchased at a large antique mall in Columbus,WI
Fenton hobnail milk glass cake stand: approx c.1940s-1950s, antique store find
Damask place mats: Boston Store, years ago.
Individual butter domes: Boston Store, about 4 years ago.
Blue and white snowflake bowls: plastic!!! from Target.