Welcome to the 71st Tablescape Thursday!
It’s time for Tablescape Thursday and this is our very last TT for the year 2009. Are you looking forward to 2010? I believe 2010 is going to be an awesome year…I just feel it down to my bones. 🙂
This past Met Monday, I took you on a Christmas Home Tour through Tricia’s lovely, historic, Victorian cottage. During the tour, I teased you with a glimpse of her tablescape and I promised to share it with you for Tablescape Thursday. Were you wondering what the curved white object was…the one just visible in the pic below?
She cleverly used her beautiful ironstone/creamware collection as a centerpiece. I wish I could have taken some closeups, but on these tours, there just isn’t any time for close-ups. (Click on the pic to enlarge for a better view.)
I think I know what we are having for dessert…just look what I found in Tricia’s kitchen. 🙂 Sinful, totally sinful…and I LOVE it! 🙂 To see more of Tricia’s beautiful home, click HERE to view that post.
I took pics whenever I could…but unfortunately, picture taking wasn’t allowed in all the homes. Pretty much every home on the tour had a tablescape in the dining room. This beautiful table setting with a “Twelve Days of Christmas” theme, awaited us in another home on the tour.
A tablescape in one of the other homes on the tour…sorry about the blurriness. Since part of the tour was a “candlelight” tour, the homes were often dimly lit…plus, I had to hurry along to avoid holding folks up. Sorry to keep whining, but these blurry pics are killing me. (LOL) Isn’t the centerpiece wonderful?
Toni, thanks so much for sharing your Christmas tablescape!
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