Welcome to the 101st. Table Top Tuesday. We had such a great turnout for the 100th and you all had so many fabulous, gorgeous and creative vignettes. I used the random number thingy (which I can't get to print here) for the gifts. So without further fanfare, here are the winners.!!!
#1. The winner of the 1/2 price pillow or item from Ann's Sutton Place Designs is Linda @ White Weathered Hutch. Please get in touch with Ann and give her your choice.
#2. The winner of the beautiful painting from Paulette @ Summerland Cottage is Jacqualine @ Cabin and Cottage. Please contact Paulette and she will mail the beautiful painting to you right away.
#3. $50.00 Visa Gift Card is Tanya @ Take Six. Email me your address and I will get the gift card off to you right away.
I can't thank you all enough for all the wonderful good wishes and for joining the party. You guys made my day. Thanks tons. Now on to the party for today. I am sure you will amaze me as usual.
Isn't it funny when you start cleaning how you get the urge to switch things up. I had just put a new vignette together on the dining table and then I started trying to clean and organize the china cabinet. All of a sudden I had the urge to use a lot more silver. So part of my previous arrangement got moved to the buffet and a new display wound up on the table. (The china cabinet still isn't done, I'll have to show you that later.)
The candelabra and the champagne bucket were found at GW. I love both of these pieces.
The larger coffee pot was a GW find also, along with the tray. The smaller pot is mine and has a small tray with cream and sugar received as a wedding gift. The cream and sugar I am using here belonged to my MIL. I think you can mix all of your silver and all the patterns.
I thought the buffet needed a little silver too.
I moved the brown transferweare plate and dog to the buffet.
A silver tray holds my silver water pitcher filled with feathers. A beautiful grape carved wine bottle holder holds one of my favorite wines. (Save those empty bottlers, they are wonderful to decorate with. Decorative stoppers are fabulous also. ) A tiny silver bowl holds corks.
A couple of glass hurricanes with candles on a bed of coffee beans and some pearl accents.
I have a mix of gold and silver in this room and I love the look. Very old world. They always mixed their metals.
How about you, do you mix your metals and do you like both gold and silver?
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