Monday, April 15, 2019

Nesting Tablescape. . .

Spring has officially arrived On Crooked Creek. . .

Listening to the birds sweetly singing in the trees 

is a refreshing 'rite of Spring' that I look forward to.

Seated at our Dining Room table,
I can watch numerous varieties of birds at the feeder.

Although I've seen no evidence of a bird's nest
within On Crooked Creek's Gardens,
there is always the hope.

For my Nesting Tablescape,
I've arranged a trayscape vignette using my Silver Tea Set,
as the centerpiece.

I've kept the color palette in subtle subdued hues

to mimic a gentle awakening of Spring within On Crooked Creek's Garden.

Taupe linen tablecloth, combined with a vintage white overlay,
new pastel hued stripe place mats and linen fringed napkins
newly purchased from my local Target
add just the correct amount of delicate blend for my Nesting Tablescape.

My everyday Food Network dinnerware
combines harmoniously with nesting Pottery Barn plates
and World Market whimsy cups and saucers.

On Crooked Creek's Dining Room table
celebrates the 'rite of Spring' with a tribute to nesting.

Perhaps, I'll linger a while longer at my Nesting Tablescape, 

with a cup of freshly brewed tea,
and hope for the promise of new life within On Crooked Creek's Garden.

Until next time. . .


At Rivercrest Cottage said...

Your table setting is elegant. Love it!


This table dear Pat is stunning and yet so simple. I love how you created a vignette in the basket tray and placed it in the middle of the table!
The white birds on a twig plates are beautiful !
Happy Easter my friend.

Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz said...

This is beautiful. Love the cute nest and how you nestled it in with the tea set. I like how you tied in the dishes. Those are beautiful dishes by the way!