Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Style Over-Easy!

My goodness, it has been a long time since I posted! But, I am back and had such fun with this tablescape. Now that the holidays are behind us, it's anything goes! My black kitchen table and chairs (which you can see here) now live with my daughter. The new set is very similar but can open to become a square!

Now, let's see if we can figure out which came first--the chicken or the egg!



This tablescape started with the bowls, which came from Ross. I've had them for months but just couldn't figure out what to do with them.



Right before Christmas, I found the matching plates on Target's website! And, they were on clearance!






I bought the tray at the same time as the bowls. Unfortunately, I hit the bag against the doorway as I was bringing it into the house, and now there's a chip on the edge (lower right).



I bought these glasses at my favorite Goodwill.
I think the design is fun, and felt they were perfect
for my "fun" tablescape!







 












I love the shape of this chicken! She kind of reminds
me of what I looked like after Thanksgiving dinner!



The tablecloth from Ross really pulled this table together.




Straw placemats and napkins came from World Market.










Salt & pepper shakers and butter dish
were purchased months apart!




One last shot of the crazy chicken!





 No chickens or eggs were harmed during
the creation of this tablescape!



My cat, Eddie, spends tablescape time closed up in my office. Isabel likes to watch me at work, but there was no sign of her. I thought she had finally gotten bored with it all,
until I lifted the tablecloth.


I will be joining Tablescape Thursday

Be sure to check out my sister's blog at Robin Flies South...

20 comments:

Robin said...

So cute! I never saw those dishes at my Ross. You can touch up that tray with a black sharpie (I do that all the time with chips!). I like the chubby chicken too and the plaid tablecloth is a perfect compliment to the dishes and butter dish etc. Wow, we went in totally different directions this week, didn't we? Ha!

Robin
Robin Flies South

Red Couch Recipes said...

Such a fun and cheery table! I think breakfast would be perfect for this table. I love the plates and bowls. We have a couple of hens so I love all chicken things. I especially love the napkins -- I would use those a lot. Joni

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

This is so cute and cheery! Love your pretty dishes and that chic chicken! Oh didn't you just die when you chipped your new tray? Try getting some fingernail polish and see if you can't paint it --- I've "polished" many a chip....and it doesn't wash off!

Marlis said...

Darling dishes.. love the table you created with them.. they are in perfect harmony! xo marlis

Kathe said...

Welcome back! You were missed. What a fun table! Love the plates and bowls and they are perfect for this table! Love your chubby chicken ( sounds like a dance move from the 50's) she makes me smile :)

Entertaining Women said...

I'm so glad that you're back. Your tablescape is absolutely darling! I'm excited about your new square table...so many possibilities for new designs! Thank you for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

Style Sisters said...

Super cute tablescape! I love those dishes! Really great job!!
Karin

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

I just adore your fun tablescape with your new dishes. And your chubby chicken is the perfect touch on your table. Those were some great suggestions about how to repair the chip.

Maria Elena said...

How pretty! I love the dishes!

Debby S. said...

I just LOVE those dishes! The chicken is even more FAB in her close up! Thanks for the heads up on the straw placemats, I have been looking everywhere for some like that. Sorry to hear about your poor platter. It s still beautiful!

Cynthia @An Accomplished Woman said...

Oh so cute... Love the red and chickens. Thanks for sharing your lovely farm table.

Cynthia

Texas Tea Party said...

Love your chicken and eggs tablescape! This a cheerful idea and I would love chicken noodle soup in your cute bowls. Now just cluck with pride abour your table! Happy Tablescaping! Pam

Tricia said...

This table really makes me smile! It's so cute and cheery! And how lucky to find the plates -- at a different store -- after having the bowls. I love the way you've styled the dishes with the plaid cloth and rattan mats!

Gina said...

This is such a fun table! I love the cheerful red colors. Everything goes together so nicely and that chicken is just too cute.

Marigene said...

What a fun table...you couldn't have found a better tablecloth to go with those dishes!

lulumusing said...

What a adorable table! I love your sense of whimsy.

Alycia Nichols said...

Welcome home!!! Good to see you back! And you came back swinging a very powerful bat for a total homerun!!! This is such a cheerful table...makes me want to tap my foot and sing!!! It really is incredibly cheery and bright! You scored on the Target website with the plates! Good for you!!! Don't you just love it when things like that happen? You pulled together a fabulous table with a lot of elements from different places...it just all works together so brilliantly! It's a shame about the platter mishap, but a little high gloss paint strategically placed will knock that ol' boo-boo right out! Terrific table! Have a great weekend!

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady.
Your tablescape is Beautiful sweet lady with your lovely dishes.love it!!! You did a lovely job putting this all together.Thanks so much for your sweet comments on my Tablescape and my Kitchen. I hope you have a wonderful weekend coming up with your family.
XXOO Diane

Dianne said...

How fun this is! I love the colors, the dishes, the napkins and the tablecloth. It all goes together so well. You nailed "fun"! Dianne

CJ said...

Super fun table. I want that chicken! Love that it all came together from such different sources, reminding us that the hunt is the most fun of all. Thanks for posting. ~CJ