Monday, January 31, 2011

Lilies of the Valley

We opened the month here on The Little Round Table with
and we're closing the month with the same lovely flowers by
California Hand Prints.

Vintage Dunmoy tablecloth below.

And the vintage Calfironia Hand Prints interpretation for today's tablescape.
Details on the elements included at the end of this post.

Vintage Amberstone and Antique Gold Fiesta.

Tablecloth - vintage California Hand Prints
Flatware, yellow lantern, cutwork bowl and napkins from Home Goods
Contemporary Fiesta in Ivory, Chocolate and Lemongrass
Vintage Fiesta in Amberstone, Antique Gold and Turf Green
Vintage Green Depression Glass
White lantern - Pier 1
Silk Flowers - Michael's 

Thanks so much for coming by for this last tablescape of January 2011!


  1. These are totally my favorite colors. Looks like you could just set this in my kitchen and it would be perfect. Love the flowers and the linens are fabulous. Your island as usual is perect too. I am always so inspired. Thanks so much for linking to TTT. Love it all. Hugs, Marty

  2. I love your tablecloth and the way you pulled all the colors together. It's beautiful. ~Alana~

  3. Hi Candy,
    I LOVE your kitchen and the island! Your tablescape is wonderful; love the centerpiece and the tablecloth!


  4. Love those colors you selected. What a striking combination. I like the pairing of the napkins and tablecloth, also. You have such a knack!

  5. Thank you all for coming by on this last day of January! Where did this month go .... lots of pretty Valentine tables coming up starting on Wed afternoon, so I do hope you'll stop back again soon.


  6. Gorgeous!


  7. Your selection of colors for this table was spot on. I love the yellow/greens that are mixed in to bring your eye to your stacking of plates. Thanks so much for sharing.

  8. I love seeing the two intepretations of lily of the valley! CHP is just perfect for TLRT!

  9. These tables are just so rich looking. I don't know how you do it! Such lovely and exciting colors and tablecloths. I have lily of the valley in my side yard and I transplanted a few over to another part of the garden. One of my favorite flowers. They make a great ground cover too during the spring and summer.

    From Virginia

  10. Thank you ladies! I'd love to have these in my garden, but have never had any luck here in Northern California growing them. Either they burn up in an early heat wave or the pocket gophers get them!

    Hope to see you all this afternoon for the first of this year's Valentine tablescapes!


  11. Lovely as always! Your upcoming party sounds like such fun!!

    Susan and Bentley

  12. Candy, I love lillies of the valley, so I adore that tablecloth. I'm going to be on the lookout for one of those. What a beautiful pot your lillies of the valley are in, and the history of it is so interesting. I always love seeing what you've put on your little round table in your gorgeous kitchen (I also always love seeing how your kitchen island is decorated). Thank you so much for linking to Favorite Things. Have a great weekend. laurie

  13. Thanks Susan and laurie ..... and of course Bentley!

    Hope to see you next week for more Valentine fun!



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