January 21, 2019

Set the Table - Saltbox Houses on Jelly Bean Row

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I think it is time to set a wintery table.  It's also another chance to use one of my lighted tin houses.

I found these plates at Pier 1 Imports before Christmas.

Immediately, they made me think of the Saltbox houses on Jelly Bean Row in St. John's Newfoundland.

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The set consists of four salad plates with each plate having a different scene.

They are so colourful and whimsical.




This is Jelly Bean Row.
No wonder I liked these plates so much.



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The stainless steel flatware is not quite visible, but it looks very much like galvanized metal.  I have left a link in the "Source List".

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I love the wintery scenes and vibrant colours.


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The napkins were made from Batik cloth.  I like using Batik for napkins because the pattern is identical on both sides of the fabric.

In keeping with the theme, the napkin rings are galvanised tin houses.

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I checked the Pier 1 Imports website.  Unfortunately, these dishes are no longer available.  I couldn't find them in either of the stores that are near me either.


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Thank you for stopping by.

Source List

Tablecloth, napkins, wine glasses - from my collection.
Lighted Tin House - Michael's
Lambskins - Ikea




This is an original Fair Meadow Place publication.



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6 comments :

  1. I almost bought that house. And I wish I'd seen that china. I love it more than I can say and your post just totally makes me smile!

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  2. Thanks, Jeanie. I am glad you enjoyed it. That china sold out pretty quickly. There isn't a trace of it to be found.

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  3. Jelly Bean Row would certainly generate endless ideas! The primary colors are wonderful and you have found the perfect plates to recreate the scene at your home. I've never seen napkins from a batik fabric and they're fabulous. Did you make them?

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    1. Thank you, Sandra. Yes, I did make the napkins, Batik offers so many wonderful patterns and colour choices.

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  4. So fun and a perfect winter table setting. Thank you for sharing at You're The Star, Kippi

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  5. So pretty and perfectly inspired! I will be featuring this at Celebrate Your Story on Monday! I appreciate that you have linked up through Sweet Sensations in the past and hope you will continue to link up! I have also shared your table in my tablescape Facebook Group! Hoping it sends a little extra traffic your way!

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