Welcome to the 413th Metamorphosis Monday!
Good morning! If you celebrate Christmas, I hope you had a great one! Since I’m spending time with family this week, I don’t have a regular “Before and After” to share for this Met Monday, but I thought you would enjoy seeing another one of the beautiful tables Marie created for her Christmas feast this year.
Marie puts together several tables for the holiday and this one is in the breakfast area right off her kitchen.
This table setting has a “peppermint” theme so you’ll notice a lot of red and white stripes with touches of green.
Love her dishware! The plates are from Pier 1. The bowls are by Caffco International, M. Bagwell and the pattern is called, “Simply Christmas.”
The wine glasses and napkin rings are from Pier 1 this year. Water glass is also from Pier 1 a few years back.
Marie added a preserved boxwood wreath to the back of each chair, along with a cute nutcracker ornament.
The tree in the breakfast area is decorated in a peppermint-confection theme.
A little close-up of some of the ornaments. You’ll notice the occasional mouse hunting for a yummy treat. So cute!
The peppermint tree skirt completes the look of this whimsical tree.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you!
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