as I enjoy silver polishing day On Crooked Creektt!
It is the time that I can focus on a luminous shine for my heirloom silver,
reminisce about my loved ones
and the many occasions my silver has been used to help celebrate in the past.
it is time set aside to make a Seasonal decor change to the buffet.
Come along, and I share with you how this silver polishing day
features more of my Bordallo Pinheiro Collection.
Beginning with a clean slate atop the buffet,
I added a white linen grapevine open work square tea cloth
folded in half and with a bit of scrunching to fit the space on a diagonal.
The end gently fell into this triangular fold without prompting.
I began layering from the back using one of my new Bordallo Pinheiro trays.
The grapevine pattern on the tray compliments the linen grapevine tea cloth,
as does the grapevine dessert/salad plate.
came the freshly polished silver serving tray.
Followed by a linen tea towel with delicate yellow embroidered flowers.
Atop the linen tea towel,
I strategically styled the Tea Service.
To the left of the Tea Service,
I've filled a crystal bowl with five silver teaspoons.
On the right of the Tea Service,
is an empty crystal and silver bowl to fill with fresh flowers
from On Crooked Creektt's Gardens when serving.
A sage green pottery urn filled with faux grapevine leaves
and some creamy ivory blossoms enhances the buffet.
I adore how refreshing polished silver illuminates the buffet!
On Crooked Creektt's Dining Room has a cohesive look throughout.
Using my Bordallo Pinheiro Collection within both areas of the Dining Room
enhances both the buffet and the table.
( View my Bordallo Pinheiro Duo Celebration Tablescape here. . .)
Until next time. . .
On Crooked Creektt will be joining
And. . .
And. . .
And. . .
Jan and Stan @ Rooted In Thyme for Simple and Sweet Fridays!
Be sure to visit each of these amazing host and hostesses
for inspiring decor ideas for your own home!