Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Timeless Classic Tablescape. . .

As "Mr. Ed" and I proceed with our journey of  renewal for 2015
we are continuing with a Traditional Timeless Classic decor
throughout the upper level living areas On Crooked Creektt.

Although the finishing touches 
and detail styling to our 1970's Galley Style Kitchen 
are still a 'work in progress'. . .
I took a much needed break from all the painting and dust
to create a Timeless Classic Tablescape. . .




I began the first of many minimal changes,
to On Crooked Creektt's Dining Room, by adding the extension leaf. 


A Timeless Classic tablecloth in a soft buttery yellow
is a Ralph Lauren favorite of mine.

Come along, as I share how this tablescape came together.

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Atop the soft buttery yellow tablecloth, 
I placed my everyday white porcelain dinnerware.

Next,
I folded the handmade cloth napkins centering the pattern across the plate.




A salad / dessert plate is placed atop the dinner napkin.

Since "Mr. Ed" and I are following his diabetic diet more closely these days,
the dinner plate now serves as a charger.




I adore the elegance our rose etched stemware 
brings to this timeless classic design.










Our timeless classic Oneida flatware cast an 'air of elegance'
while maintaining its easy dishwasher safe care, making it our daily choice.







A simplistic centerpiece of over~sized crackled porcelain pears
on a burnished bronze tray keep the light flowing from the patio doors
through the Galley Style Kitchen.

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Once the finalization of detailed styling is completed
 within On Crooked Creektt's Galley Style Kitchen,
additional Traditional Timeless Classic changes 
will be taking place in the Dining Room.

A subtle hint of improvements in our design style 
are present in the next few photos.



Our Timeless Classic Tablescape 
within On Crooked Creektt's Dining Room set for four 
but can easily accommodate six by pulling up a few more chairs.




Design and style changes are shifting 
towards a more Traditional Timeless Classic decor 
in On Crooked Creektt's Dining Room continuing throughout the upper level.




On Crooked Creektt. . .
time to 'lighten ~ up' with a Timeless Classic Tablescape!


Until next time. . .


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10 comments:

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Love your pretty bright table! White is so cheery for a gray winter. The view through your glass doors is beautiful!

podso said...

I love the white on white (on soft yellow tablecloth) and looking out on your snow. The softness of winter!

Rita C. said...

Nothing beats classic white.

Patricia Krank said...

I agree, white on white is so beautiful and classic. Anyone would love to sit and chat with you at your well laid table.
Blessings to you Pat,
Patti

bj said...

Dearest one...your table is so pretty. I love your choice of white on white..:)
xoxo

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

I weill be back, as your pictures aren't loading for me (MY computer). Thank you SO much for your sweet words at my blog. You are a dear friend.

Shelia said...

Hi again, Pat, and I hope you're having a nice break! Thank you so much for popping in to see me.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

Christine Graves said...

Very pretty! White dishes are always so timeless. Beautiful table sweetie!

Sandra Lee said...

It's very pretty!

Sarah said...

Classic white is always a winner in my mind. Lovely, Pat!