March 30, 2017

Set the Table - Easter Breakfast



Set the Table - Easter Breakfast






A Yellow and Pink table setting.  It is cheerful and Spring-like, set up in the kitchen.







The kitchen table is small, so the centrepiece is set up at the back of the table.





The Myrtle topiary is sitting in an apothecary drawer and naturally dyed Easter Eggs placed in a glass hurricane.




My replica chocolate mould bunny sits atop vintage books and the small frame contains a Gelli print.






A vintage quilt c1940's-50's is used as a tablecloth.   I believe the pattern is Dresden Plate.





Faux Peony flowers are placed in the flower pots.







The whole place setting.



A List of Elements Used in the Place Setting

Vintage Elements

From my own collection

Quilt - Dresden Pattern C1940's-50's
Yellow Flower Pots - McCoy Pottery
Yellow Books
Apothecary Drawer

Other Elements

Chargers - Originally from Pier 1 - they have been re-painted
Flatware - Duffield, Bombay Co.
White Dinner and Side plates - Richmond, Johnson Bros.
Salad Plates - Yellow with Roses - Duchess
Cups - Yellow Daffodil - Royal Heritage by Queens
Chicken Egg Cups - Source Unknown
Napkins - Pink Damask - Lintex table
Faux Bunny Mould - Michael's
Hurricane - Bowrings
Myrtle Topiary - Vandermeer Nursery and Garden Centre



Thank you for stopping by.

I hope you have a wonderful Easter celebration
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4 comments:

  1. The quilt adds so much texture to the table and pushing the centerpiece to the back is a great idea. Sometimes, I get a little carried away with my centerpieces and have to do the same thing. The bunny mould caught my eye because I have a similar one and never thought to use it this way. Lovley table and thanks for the inspiration!

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    1. Good, and thank you, Sandra Lee. I find it is so inspiring just to be in the company of creative people, like you.

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  2. I love your bravery in using this fabulous quilt as a table cloth. I collect vintage quilts but rarely have the nerve to use the lighter colored ones on the table -- and it looks just fabulous! What a cheerful way to start your Easter! ~jeanie from Marmelade Gypsy

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    1. Thanks, Jeanie. My granddaughter stayed with me the night after setting this table. She asked if she could eat her breakfast at the pretty table. She had breakfast and lunch at the table and there were no mishaps. Whew!!

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