What color dishes do you go for in late winter?
A couple of weeks ago my daughter was going to be in town. She is a flight attendant and her good friend (another flight attendant) was flying with her on the same trip. So, I decided it would be fun to have a nice dinner for
Emily and her friend.
They eat so much airport food so I knew a home cooked meal would be appreciated on a cold January night.
Summer, Fall and of course Christmas are very easy to make a tablescape selection. Being the dish junky I am
I have many choices.
It seems I don’t use my blue dishes often and there is very little blue in my house.
BUT I am strongly drawn to these dishes and they made the cut for a special dinner for two tired
It was a very busy day for me and time was short. As I quickly started placing the plates around, my mind was racing~~~ thinking of a fast centerpiece.
Thanks to my handy dandy silk plant workroom, I hurriedly headed that way to see what I could come up with fast.
I wanted to leave it on the table and not have to worry about looking around it for the sake of easy conversation.
This silver rubbed garden-y looking pot seemed to appeal to me with blue plates and silver chargers.
Who doesn’t love hydrangeas?
I grabbled white ones and a couple of green along with some green berries and proceeded to stuff them in the container. This wasn’t going to be for sale so it didn’t have to be perfect! ;-}
As I tell my customers, flowers and greenery DO make a difference in the feel of the room.
We had a delightful evening and Kristy was amazed at how much of my table came from thrifting.
I just sat back and smiled.
I am anxious to see your tables this week.
Thanks to Susan at Between Naps on the Porch we have such fun peeking in at many tables.