Welcome to 230th Tablescape Thursday!
Thanks so much for all the great comments you left on yesterday’s “Brass is Back!” post. You made some amazing points and I so enjoyed hearing your perspective on the resurgence of quality brass pieces in the home. I especially love that so many of you don’t let the latest trend pressure you into changing or discarding that which you truly love.
If you’ve been reading BNOTP over the last few weeks, you know that my friend, Marie, has decorated her beautiful home for the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday. I shared one of her wonderful Valentine’s Day table settings in this post: A Valentine’s Day Table Setting, Elegant and Whimsical
Marie didn’t leave out the cute table her sweet grandchildren use…it got a delightful tablescape, too. I love the saying on the sign that hangs in this area and I love that Marie decorates down low in this area where the children can enjoy it.
This little table is the same table Marie used when her children were growing up. So wonderful that she kept it and is now able to use it with her six grandchildren. The heart glasses are so cute….notice how the straw actually wraps around the outside of the glass. Fun!
Marie also hung adorable bags (from Pottery Barn) on the backs of the chairs. They hold special Valentine’s Day treats and treasures for each grandchild. Each is personalized with that grandchild’s name. (I placed a little heart over each name for privacy.) The girls got heart-shaped bags with pretty rick rack trim.
The boys got “envelope” shaped bags, also personalized with their name. Marie, thanks so much for sharing this darling table for Tablescape Thursday!
You can see this same table set for Christmas in this post: Four Christmas Table Settings
You’ll find lots more Valentine’s Tablescapes here: Valentine’s Table Settings
Looking forward to all the tablescapes for this Tablescape Thursday!
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