12.24.2010

a pink and green Christmas

Merry Christmas Eve!  This week has gone by so quickly.  I'm spending the whole day in the kitchen cooking for the big day, but before the celebrating begins I thought I would share my Christmas table with you.  I may change a few details like adding votive candles, but overall I'm happy with my pink and green Christmas.  

I mixed my great grandmother's china with my Wedgwood White dishes.  I like the contrast between the antique china and modern tablecloth.  The runner is a scarf picked up from World Market, and the centerpiece is a rosemary plant filled the base of the plant with tiny ornaments for added sparkle.  

Enjoy my vintage meets modern table!





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4 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas Abby!! Enjoy Mexico!

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  2. This looks lovely, the china pattern is beautiful. Such a pretty table. Me, well to tell the truth with 14 people coming for dinner it is decorative paper plates (hiding my head in shame) I do a nice centerpiece though and always good silver and christmas crackers...in candle light you my theory is that it all looks pretty good. (-:

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  3. Looks great, Abby! I love that patterned tablecloth.

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  4. You've set a lovely table. I'm sure the rosemary tree smells wonderful. Merry Christmas.

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