It’s nice to settle down to a nice, casual winter dinner after the craziness of the holiday season begins.
I’ve used a vintage holiday tablecloth found at a yard sale. I like that it features pinecones and has those random red blocks throughout for just a little pop of color.
The green dinner plates were a thrift store find. They were the perfect green to accent the Fortessa Evergreen bone china plates which I picked up at one of their warehouse sales.
I’m also using the green Whitehall glasses and compotes I found at a thrift shop. The flatware is a Dansk pattern we have had for years. It came from the Dansk outlet which has since closed; I still miss that store! I used brown Bed, Bath & Beyond napkins from my napkin stash with yard sale wooden napkin rings.
Also featured is this fabulous tureen I snagged at one of my favorite thrifts. I couldn’t believe the super price on this piece, which also came with six matching soup bowls. It is a Bordallo Pinheiro set for which I paid $18. Yes, you read that correcty, $18. Wowser!
I hope you enjoyed seeing some of my thrifty purchases in action. I hope you, too, have a chance to enjoy a relaxed, casual dinner with your loved ones sometime in the coming month.
I hope to join the parties at Flea Market Finds at Her Library Adventures, Apron Thrift Girl’s Thrift Share Monday, Knick of Time’s Knick of Time Tuesday, Nifty Thrifty Tuesdays at Coastal Charm, Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch, Thrifty Thursday at Tales from Bloggeritaville, Thrifty Things Friday at The Thrifty Groove, and The Penny Worthy Project at Hey, What’s for Dinner Mom?
Tammy – I love it! The tureen is gorgeous and I love the tablecloth. I wish I had your talent for putting a table together.
I love this tablescape. Starting with the tablecloth and ending with that gorgeous tureen what an amazing table to enjoy a family meal. hugs, Linda
A very beautiful table setting! Gets me in the modd for Christmas!
Tammy, your tablescapes are alway beautiful. Love the tablecloth and the Whitehall glassware. ❤
GORGEOUS, Tammy, as always. It is as if you purchased everything at one time for this lovely tablescape….. it just flows and you were right about the tablecloth – The red squares “pop” and are just enough color. My hats off to you once again and thank you so much for sharing your gift with all of us!
So nicely coordinated! I really love your cutlery.
I always see green glass and never have really been taken by it but you did an amazing job of making a beautiful setting.
The tablecloth is pure winter magic!
very pretty. It all looks great with that table cloth!
Greetings from another Tami who likes dishes! I collect vintage china and do have a few green glass pieces, which I love! Your setting is gorgeous!
Love all the green glassware. I am partying right after you at Coastal Charm.
What a pretty tablescape. Love all the green.
Pine cones are one of my favorite things so you know I love that tablecloth! The table is gorgeous! Everything looks great, love the pattern on the tureen!
I love finding a gal with a good eye!! That tureen is fabulous and so is the rest of your table for that matter. It is absolutely timeless and perfect for the season. I also liked the tablecloth!
Those pine bough pattern dishes are beautiful. This is such a sweet holiday table!
Beautiful festive table…the Colony Whitehall glassware goes so nicely. You really did get a deal on the tureen and bowls…nothing like a great deal every now and then!
you have such beautiful pieces~
You sure set an inviting table, Tammy. And I L O V E that tureen! Oh my goodness! It’s wonderful. You’ve got some nice “greens” going on and it certainly is a lovely setting for the upcoming holiday season.
Beautiful table Tammy. The Dansk is wonderful and I love the Bordallo tureen!
Green isn’t one of my personal favorite colors, but you’ve got me re-thinking that now that I’ve seen your lovely table.
My head is spinning over the price you paid for that tureen set! Love the tablecloth with it’s touches of red, the plates and drinkware in shades of green, and the brown napkins picking up the color in the top plate! All very, very pretty!
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You have such an eye for setting these beautiful tables! I LOVE that tablecloth — I’ve been scouring ebay and etsy looking for one! That tureen is fabulous — it all looks so pulled together!
Tammy what great finds and a gorgeous table. I love the tureen set!!
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I’m really impressed with your tablescape design as well as with the table cloth. You made it fabulous and eye catching. Thumbs up! 🙂
Love this tablescape Tammy! The pinecones are such a great look! I am featuring this post on this week’s TTF! Thank you for joining TTF and have a great day!
That is so pretty! I have been looking for dark green dinner plates for years, and finally gave in and bought them new from Pfaltzgraff. I used them in my TTH post.
I love the tureen set. The whole table is just beautiful! Have a very Merry Christmas, Tammy!
Hi lovely lady. Your Tablescape is Beautiful love your green dishes sweet lady, and your tureen is gorgeous…. I would like to thank you so much for your sweet comments on my new Tablescape.
I put a new on ever Monday hope you come back and see me this Monday.
I also hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas.
Love your table! I received a set of those green glasses as a wedding present in 1977. We used them for years; they were great glasses. Wish I still had them! 🙂 ]