for an Interlude In White!
My Interlude In White tablescape
is part of the Let There Be White Party 3 @
Let's Dish with Cuisine Kathleen.
Beginning with clean, crisp, sophisticated linens
that have long graced our dining table with simplistic beauty,
I used a white damask rose with polka dot heirloom tablecloth.
Instead of place mats, I used a white cotton runner
with organza polka dot border and an embroidered rose at each end
the entire length of our circular dining table.
Nothing imparts such calm sweetness
as a table adorned in the purity of white!
Interlude In White
showcases my everyday white porcelain china.
Pure white porcelain china with embossed patterns
featuring beaded edging, fluting, and leaves enhances almost any decor.
Although white can feel cold or austere,
I've paired the place setting with my MoMa's silver flatware
to create a welcoming palette of soothing tones.
Here and there,
hints of varying green hues lend to the Garden inspired decor.
The centerpiece is simply faux boxwood
with snowball florals in an elegantly styled white embossed planter
elevated by a footed silver tray atop a white scrolled plate.
The addition of soft ambient candlelight
creates a sense of romance to our evening dining.
A continuance of elegant style dresses our table
with the addition of etched crystal rose stemware
as it whispers a soft welcome
combined with individual crystal silver salt and pepper sets.
Take a moment to wander about,
enthralled and soothed by tranquil surroundings.
A bit of an Interlude In White,
On Crooked Creektt!
Until next time. . .
On Crooked Creektt will be joining
And. . .
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