The simple pleasures of home shine brighter
when the spirit of God intertwines our hearts
with His gentle Joy.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

A Palescape Tablescape. . .

Winter brings hues of white, 
silver and taupe with a touch of green
for a palescape tablescape On Crooked Creek!

This elegant tablescape draws its beauty
from simple everyday china. 

Silver chargers placed atop a taupe linen table topper 
add illumination to the white porcelain china.

A touch of formality is given to this place setting
by the use of heirloom silver flatware. 

Place makers created from lacy paper doilies 
add a romantic touch to the place setting.

The rim shot gives a glimpse of the choice of stemware.

The crystal etched wine glasses, with ringed green bases
from our European tours of duty, make a striking contrast
to the vintage crystal rose etched water goblets,
yet the two are quite complementary 
when pared alongside one another.

Vintage white damask napkins are drawn through
white wrought iron bird napkin rings.

The centerpiece is composed of ice crystallized Boston fern
placed in a white ironstone lattice embossed planter 
and flanked on either side 
by crystal heirloom candlestick holders.

Creamy ivory tapers surrounded by ivory pip berry candle rings
continue the pale monochromatic hues of Winter.

This palescape tablescape with its bright, 
light and sophisticated palette 
gives a burst of life and freshness 
to the otherwise dreary, gray days of Winter here on the Praire.

On Crooked Creek 
a palescape tablescape of Winter 
awakens the senses and revitalizes the soul!

Until next time. . .

On Crooked Creek will be joining
Tablescape Thursday!

And. . .

Debra @ Common Ground for
Be Inspired Friday!

Be sure to visit. . .
 for you'll come away
filled with amazing inspirations 
for use in your own home decor!

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