Elegant Dining in Brumby Hall

Welcome to the 175th Tablescape Thursday!

Early this morning I posted a tour of the downstairs of beautiful Brumby Hall.  If you missed that tour, you’ll find it here: Brumby Hall.  For Tablescape Thursday, I’m taking you into the dining rooms.  Yep, Brumby Hall has two dining rooms, probably due to its function as a special events facility now.

This dining area was at the very back of the home.  Isn’t the chandelier gorgeous?  I loved the simplicity of the three hurricanes down the center of the table.

Christmas Tablescape in Historic Brumby Hall

 

The salad plates depict the Twelve Days of Christmas.  This one is “nine ladies dancing.”  Does anyone recognize the pattern?

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Love all the detailed carving on this beautiful sideboard.

 

This room had built in china storage.

 

A closer view…

 

Another beautiful chest…

 

Toward the front of the home you’ll find a second dining room.

 

Here we see another stunning chandelier.

 

Another beautiful centerpiece…

 

Take a peek at the other beautiful furnishings in this room.  You often see these tall mirrors in entrance halls of historic homes.  This one was lovely here in the dining room.

 

The room was decorated for Christmas since this tour was in early December.

 

The dining room had its own Christmas tree.

 

If you missed it, you can tour the downstairs of Brumby Hall , HERE  and upstairs HERE.

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Looking forward to the beautiful table settings posted for this Tablescape Thursday!

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Comments

  1. A Perfect Setting says:

    Such a beautiful home! Thanks for allowing us to take a peak!!

  2. Southerncook says:

    The antiques in this home are absolutely magnificant. What an amazing treat to have the opportunity to see this house.

    Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

  3. Besutiful tablescape but the dining room is gorgeous. I especially love the first one. Happy New Year, Susan!…Christine

  4. Such a lovely home! Did you notice they didn't get the memo about the bright brass? LOL! They are not running for the cans of ORB, thank goodness!

  5. On Crooked Creek says:

    Susan,
    These dining rooms are elegant. WoW! Those chandeliers are breathtaking! I enjoyed the simplicity of the natural pine boughs and berries for the holiday decor, allowing the furniture pieces, themselves be the shining jewels that they are. Thank you for sharing this lovely home tour for our viewing pleasure…and for hoting this weekly meme!
    Fondly,
    Pat

  6. Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) says:

    Kathleen, Ha, great point! 🙂

  7. Designs By Pinky says:

    Susan thanks again for hosting and thinks for this wonderful tour! The dining ROOMS are gorgeous and SO big! That is my dream: to have a big enough dining room!!!! I will go back and see the rest of the tour from this morning too. I love the old houses. This month I went with 4 friends to tour the Nemours Mansion in Wilmington, De. but was not allowed to take any pictures:(:( It was BEAUTIFULLY decorated and a gorgeous mansion!!! Happy New Year my friend! XO, Pinky

  8. Nellie's Cozy place says:

    Hi Susan,
    Hope you had a Wonderful Christmas hon. Thanks for the home tour, they are always fun. Very pretty historic home as always, loved the beautiful yet simple decorations.
    Thanks for being a blessing to all of us by hosting Tablescape Thursday.
    Hope you have a Wonderful New Year….
    Blessings, Nellie

  9. Beautiful post. What a great sideboard! So many simple and elegant home, a good reminder that less is often more. Except they have the space for restraint….just saying! Happy New Year! CJ

  10. Love the symmetry and simplicity of the centerpieces! How beautiful! What a gorgeous home!

    Happy New Year, Susan! Thank you for a wonderful year of posts that have educated me and inspired me! God bless!

  11. Confessions of a Plate Addict says:

    It's beautiful, Susan! We went to the Christmas tour in Washington, Georgia this year… saw some wonderful old homes! Thanks for hosting!…hugs…Debbie

  12. Eclectically Vintage says:

    Love the chandelier and the built in corner cabinets – and of course that fabulous dining room tree!
    Kelly

  13. FABBY'S LIVING says:

    Stunning tablescapes, I specially love the first one, it's fabulous! The dining room is amazing. I also did a tablescape with hurricanes for my New Year's Eve tablescape for Tbscape Thursday, so thank you dear Susan for having me this last Thursday and the entire year 2011 and for all you've shared with us. Have a terrific New Year 2012.
    FABBY

  14. Love that chandelier, so gorgeous

  15. OMG, Susan. The chandeliers take my breath away. Susan

  16. Phyllis@Around the House says:

    THE HOME IS JUST SO BEAUTIFUL, THE ANTIQUES ARE AMAZING…i BET YOU WERE LOVIN THIS TOUR…

  17. martinealison says:

    Ce lustre à pampilles est extraordinaire… Il trône majestueusement bien dans cette pièce…
    A l'aube de cette année 2012, je vous renouvelle mes voeux afin que tout soit possible y compris le bonheur.
    Gros bisous

  18. Tracey@Breathing English Air says:

    Absolutely stunning. I very much like the way it has been decorated for Christmas, very understated, and yet it has a big impact.
    Thank you for sharing, I do enjoy seeing these historic homes.

  19. Such an elegant home, love the chandelier i the dining room. Beautifully done.

  20. I really love the simple but festive decorating style featured in this home. The dining table is perfection, and the 12 Days of Christmas dishes add a touch of whimsy!

  21. Nancy's Notes says:

    Pure elegance! You have a special gift of making everything look gorgeous!

    Happy New Year to you and yours!

    Nancy

  22. Curtains in My Tree says:

    I have never seen the china 9 ladies dancing, something I would like for sure

    I love going to old historic homes now since I went to The Cottrell mansion In Clarksville Missouri oh and the Moss Mansion in Louisiana Missouri

    Have A Happy New Year and thanks for the linky party all year

  23. Cottage and Broome says:

    Beautiful! You always make everything look wonderful. Thanks for hosting again this week, have a great New Year, Laura

  24. vignette design says:

    I love the 9 Ladies Dancing china! Thanks for giving us a tour of this beautiful home. Thanks for hosting TT and I hope you have a great New Year, Susan! ~Delores

  25. Hi Susan! Her home is so beautiful! Thanks for hosting! I'm a little late, but I'm here!
    be a sweetie,
    shelia 😉

  26. Valorie Hart - The Visual Vamp says:

    Happy New Year Susan to you and all the other fabulous tablescapers! Thank you for hosting this every Thursday.
    xo xo

  27. Entertaining Women says:

    I love that you share so many fabulous historical home tours with us. Thank you and thank you once again for the fun that you afford us with Tablescape Thursday. Happy New Year! Cherry Kay

  28. *Chic Provence* says:

    HI Susan!

    Love the tour; the breakfront looks like Eastlake, fabulous! and I love the three hurricanes, and the three compotes on the other dining table.. things look pleasing in 3's…

    beautifully decorated mansion, thanks for the tour!

    Happy New Year

    Kit

  29. ❁Velma ~Down Our Country Road❁ says:

    I am drooling over the beautiful furniture pieces in an equally beautiful home!!! I especially love the intricate carved details on the sideboard in the dining room at the back of the house. I am in awe!

  30. I really loved both of these posts. Great pics! Brumby Hall looks like a beautiful place.

    Thanks for sharing these pictures with us!

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