Once the Christmas Roses
and the Christmas decor had been removed,
a much needed streamlined vintage tablescape
to welcome in 2013
seemed quite fitting On Crooked Creek!
Soft, creamy ivory blossoms
combined with an icy crystallized Boston fern
in an etched lead crystal vase,
makes a striking centerpiece.
Placing the vase atop a vintage rose bordered silver tray
allows for easy removal during mealtimes.
Encircling the base of the vase,
I wound strands of varying hues
of heirloom vintage pearl necklaces.
The insertion of a gold leaf pin
and gold link bracelet help to reflect the soft glow
of the stripe frosted glass votive.
Rim shot of my everyday white porcelain dinnerware.
A perfect choice for a Winter evening dining experience
On Crooked Creek. Everyday stainless flatware
combine with our rose etched crystal stemware
atop a black and white toile place mat.
Our vintage rose etched crystal stemware,
with these beaded base detailing,
adds a romantic ambiance to our dining table.
The features that swayed me to make this choice in dinnerware
are the embossing on the dessert / salad plate
and the huge SNOWflake
embossed into the inner being of the saucer!!!
On Crooked Creek
an overview of a streamlined vintage tablescape
just in time to welcome 2013!
Until next time. . .
On Crooked Creek will be joining our dear hostess, Susan
@ Between Naps On The Porch for Tablescape Thursday
AND. . .
our dear hostess Debra @ Common Ground for
Be Inspired Friday!
Be sure to visit each of these dear ladies
for inspiration in your own home decor!!!