Winter Red and White Table

Hi everyone!


This will be my last February table using pink/red/white as the month’s theme.


In an earlier post this week, I shared that I switched out my everyday use dishes. These are the dishes we were using and now have been donated. I just wanted one last tablescape with them.


I love this little teacup. It was just a lonely cup sitting on a SA shelf. She came home with me. I matched her up with an old Ironstone Johnson Bros saucer.


Instead of using a napkin, I pulled out this beautiful deep red and white French Country toile dish towel. The little check ruffle at the bottom makes it even sweeter.


And just a little touch or two of Mother Nature adds just the right amount of winteriness to the setting.

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  1. I love the red and white so much. I think I'll change out my dishes today! Hey I might even do a tablescape! Hugs, Linda

  2. So pretty, but I do know that we can't keep every dish that comes into the house, unfortunately. If we lived closer we could at least swap with each other!
    Have a great week, Diann.

  3. You have such a collection of beautiful dishes. We are going to have a huge basement and attic so I figure t hat is an excuse to start collecting. I have to see how the hubby will feel about that, LOL.


  4. The tablescape is lovely. But love that you added a pinecone to the mix.

  5. I love that sweet little cup!! (and we got that silver (stainless) as a wedding present nearly 34 years ago!! After 14 moves we have maybe 8 pieces left!!

  6. What a beautiful display .... thanks for sharing at Kathe with an E-You’re Gonna Love It Tuesday :-)


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