Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Let Them Eat Strawberries 2

I'm joining Bargain Hunting With Cathy for another
Favorite Things: Just Dreamin' Out Loud


I'm joining Artie over at Color Outside The Lines for another
Vignette Friday


Tablescape Thursday has rolled around again over at Between Naps On The Porch!
Come join this weekly event and show off your latest table decor.


I'm also linking up to Vintage Thingies Thursday over at Coloradolady to share
some of my vintage Homer Laughlin dinnerware.


And if "A" is for Apple, it only makes sense to join Jenny Matlock for
Alphabet Thursday: "A"
"A" is for Homer Laughlin Apple Tree Bowl

Earlier this summer I posted an outdoor breakfast table with these little strawberry plates:
Let Them Eat Strawberries ,
but this time around we're back in the kitchen at The Little Round Table.




It's been a bountiful summer with berries from the garden!

The vintage strawberry tablecloth is topped with Post86 Fiesta in Black, White,
Scarlet and Shamrock.  Also included are the vintage Manhattan glass plates, a vintage
Homer Laughlin "Apple Tree" Bowl, vintage milk pitcher and flowered casserole.
Vintage green depression glasses are combined with contemporary red tumblers
from Home Goods. Flatware and the strawberry salad plates are also from Home Goods.
Napkins from Tuesday Morning and bud vase napkin rings from marylandchina.com
filled with Roses from my garden.
















Homer Laughlin "Apple Tree" bowls also come in other sizes and colors.



Check the book link here on The Little Round Table for Mark's books on
dinnerware: Books From The Little Round Table



Orleans 5" Jug by Homer Laughlin





Please pass the whipped cream!
Thanks for stopping by again this week!

42 comments:

  1. Hi Candy! I'm your new classmate this semester.

    Your berries look delicious! I have a little pitcher that has strawberries on it that would match your tablescape.

    Happy fall! La

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  2. Candy, I managed to scroll on down through the rest of this beautiful post, but it was oh so difficult to leave that mound of whipped cream and the bowl of strawberries. LOL

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  3. I want that bowl of strawberries. I want it. Please?

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  4. G'eve Candy ~ I am overwhelmed with the beauty of your kitchen, the fabulous table & your decor. The strawberry colors & theme bowl me over ... may I please have another dessert? How deelish!
    Have a lovely eve ~
    TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

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  5. Oh, I just adore those little strawberry plates...and that tablecloth! You have the most amazing ability to put together interesting and fun combinations from what is obviously an incredible collection. I always enjoy what you do.

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  6. Your tablescape is so bright and cheerful. I just love that tablecloth and those depression glasses are fantastic, I love, love, love them!

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  7. Stopping by from Tablescape Thursday...

    This has to be, hands down, one of my favorite tables and kitchen so far! I love what you have done and I can't stop drooling over your lovely decorated kitchen!

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  8. I love this color combination of black, white, green and red, just beautiful together.

    You have such wonderful taste and always set such a happy table! Thank you too for going to such trouble and work to provide a perfect tablescape!

    Mary
    From Virginia

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  9. Beautiful! I love Homer Laughlin and Fiesta! I have some, but not as many as you. But, I do have an 'apple tree' bowl. Mine is a green color and I got it at a yard sale for less than a dollar. Love your table cloth, too.

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  10. I love all of the layers of color and pattern on this table...the Fiesta colors, the colored glassware, the berries on the plates and the cloth...delicious!

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  11. I knew this was a wonderful tablescape when I saw your strawberry post! Yum -- love all the color and especially that tablecloth!

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  12. Love, love, love the vintage tablecloth. It is so perfect with your mix of wonderful dishes. You always have such lovely and coordinated tableds. And I love your kitchen!

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  13. Love everything...that tablecloth is lovely!!! Have a great VTT!

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  14. Visiting from TT. Your tablescapes are lovely! Your kitchen if fabulous...I want never want to leave this beautiful place! Angie xo

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  15. Okay...can I just say, I'm drooling over your kitchen right now! I love everything about it...can I please have it one day?

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  16. Oh Candy how beautiful. I sure enjoyed my tip through the glorious dish display. So bright and cheery. I would just want to sit down and eat all the time. LOL Blessings
    QMM

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  17. What a lovely table! I know I always say it but that tablecloth is so pretty. I really like the apple tree bowls too.

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  18. I never realized how much difference a table and beautiful place settings could make until I started visiting your blog. I am the richer for it.

    And thanks for the view of your whole kitchen this time. It is charming and so inviting.

    =)

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  19. So sweet and inviting. Love those green glasses. I'm also drooling over your beautiful kitchen.

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  20. First of all let me say that your kitchen is gorgeous times 100!!! And the tablesetting is so cute, with all the strawberries. I especially love your green glassware!

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  21. Your tablescapes always wow me!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  22. Oh, my! You have a magnificent kitchen! It's bigger than my kitchen/dining and living room all together! That's OK, though! I've had big houses before. Your collection of dishes and glassware is to die for. I can drool over it, but I have no place to store it!

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  23. It's all so beautiful and peaceful. I would love to sit right down and have a nice cup of tea!!!!

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  24. Beautiful table! I am in love with that great vintage tablecloth and also this color combination of green, red and black.
    Your kitchen is GORGEOUS, btw!

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  25. What a stunning kitchen and tablescape. Beautiful and with the best dessert on the planet. At least in my mind. Smile. LOVE those strawberries.
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  26. Oh my.

    As soon as I write this comment I am going to e-bay to look for Apple Tree bowls. Those are amazing.

    Your kitchen is really unbelievable. Has it been featured in a magazine layout?

    If not, why the heck not? It is really something.

    This whole post just glows like a jewel.

    Absolutely, totally, wonderfully gorgeous stop on our little journey through Alphabe-Thursday!

    A+

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  27. Everything is so beautiful. I wish I had a kitchen like that. Doylene

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  28. The table is so well done. For me, the glassware, the red and green goblets, takes the role of shining star. Those are gorgeous pieces. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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  29. Just lovely...my favorite is the tablecloth and I am drooling over your kitchen (and those fresh strawberries!)

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  30. Oh my .... I think you all liked this one ??? LOL

    It is a fairly new tablecloth in my collection, one I've been looking to find for quite some time.

    Thank you all for your generous comments, I do appreciate them.

    Candy

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  31. I'm feeling a little apple green with envy ;) Your kitchen is amazing! I love the sundae glasses too.

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  32. Oh my, you have the most beautiful kitchen! Looks straight out of a magazine. I love your colors and your dishes and your everything!
    Brenda

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  33. The heart of your home is lovely. I really like its color and decor.

    This is such a bright colorful tablescape. As usual, your tablecloths are always gorgeous. I really like the casserole dish.

    All the Best,

    Requi

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  34. simply Stunning. Once again the colors are wonderful and truly highlight the beautiful tablecloth. I love that jug and covered dish.

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  35. i dig your kitchen, the pictures and the music you've chosen for your blog. good stuff.

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  36. Once again, your kitchen took my breath away. That first photo looks like a magazine shoot! What wonderful tablescaping treasures you have, and I love the way you put them together. Thank you so much for linking this to Favorite Things Sat. laurie

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  37. Just beautiful - the whole post. What a shot of colour on an otherwise dull and rainy day.

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  38. Thank you ladies! This was a fun one to put together and I do soooo love strawberries from the garden!

    Candy

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