Welcome to my whimsical summer tablescape!
Can you see the hanging centerpiece?
I suspended this little bird house from the chandelier and dressed it up with some ivy.
Can you see it better now? It's a Jim Shore piece I got at Lowes. It's a real birdhouse but it's too cute to put outside if you ask me!
To add to the whimsy I used my bee and honeycomb dessert plates that were from Williams Sonoma several years ago. The green dinner plates are by Park Design, Village Collection. I placed my painted cherry drinking glasses on the dishes for more color pop and added a some "faux" cherries since the real ones aren't ready yet.
I elevated a trivet on this little white pedestal stand to use for the condiments.
The three little pigs have joined us for dining too! I hope the wolf doesn't show up to huff and puff and blow the "bird" house down!
This little honey pot was the inspiration for my tablescape!
I recently picked up a couple of pieces of Polish Pottery and this is one of them. I fell in love with the pattern and of course the bees were too cute.
I found the placemats/chargers 1/2 off at a little boutique store on one of our weekend outings. The napkins were placed in the drinking glass to add some height and to draw your eyes up! The coffee mugs are from One King's Lane (no label) and the sugar and creamer are Mikasa's Italian Countryside. Flatware is from Neiman Marcus (not the expensive stuff!)
Table linens from Williams Sonoma, Provence
I hope you enjoyed my whimsical breakfast dining table!
Cusine Kathleen for her tablescape challenge
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