Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Gray Chateau



Feeling French?



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Woven chargers, napkin rings, and stemware - Pier 1
Pearl Gray, Black, White Fiesta
Manhattan vintage glass plates
Chateau plates and "Treble Clef" flatware - Home Goods
Vintage Intaglia divided glass plate
Yellow Bauer footed bowl
White cutwork pieces Home Goods
Pansy ring w/candles is vintage

6 comments:

  1. I'm sure it's a pain, but I love that you iron your tablecloths! They always look gorgeous...

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  2. Very Elegant. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  3. Thanks ladies! Deb, it really isn't a chore to iron the tablecloths. When they are washed and dried, they are then ironed and folded. To put them on the table takes just a quick touch up to get rid of the fold lines. Having a GREAT iron is also key to the whole thing about ironing. I've always despised ironing ...... until about 3 years ago when I got my Rowenta.

    Here's an example of my Rowenta on Amazon. Cut and Paste the following Tiny URL, press enter, then hit "proceed to this site".

    http://tinyurl.com/bou69zv

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