we've been flirting with Winter weather.
So far this Winter,
we have seen temperatures in the upper 50's!
I cut back all the herbs in On Crooked Creektt's Herb Garden,
but the parsley thinks it's Spring and keeps returning!
None the less. . .
I'm flirting with Winter weather in the Dining Room!
As you can see by my silver trayscape,
winter whites with a touch of green mercury glass
serves as a flirtatious centerpiece.
I adore the silver topped vintage salt and pepper shakers!
Some are plain molded glass,
while others are intrigue cut crystal.
The jeweled front of the green mercury glass tea light
is reminiscent of Winter's finest snowflakes!
My first tablescape of 2015
features a classic black and white checked place mat
against a tablecloth laden with Winter snowflakes!
I've selected my everyday white porcelain dinnerware.
I chose this dinnerware because I'm convinced that the embossed
pattern is that of pressed snowflakes!
Everyday Oneida flatware,
combined with our bubble glass stemware,
keeps clean~up as cool as a Winter breeze!
On the menu tonight is a bowl of steaming hot
homemade vegetable soup from the left~over Christmas pot roast.
Made the day after Christmas, then frozen for busy times On Crooked Creektt.
While the scenery beyond the patio doors
is liken to that of sunny West Coast, On Crooked Creektt. . .
I'll keep flirting with Winter weather!
* * * Coming up next. . .
Wintry Whites in the Dining Room decor On Crooked Creektt! * * *
Until next time. . .
On Crooked Creektt will be joining
and. . .
Susan @ Between Naps On The Porch for Tablescape Thursday!
and. . .
What a pleasant surprise to begin 2015!!!
With a grateful heart to Jody and Stan @ Rooted In Thyme for
featuring this post at Simple and Sweet Fridays!!!
Each and every week,
seeds of inspiration bloom from these host and hostesses linky parties.
Be sure to visit and delight your family dwelling with brilliant interior design.