Yes my dear blogging friends, you were correct when you said, you saw a table scape in my future with my newest dishes. So, without holding out any longer, I am sharing one of our very simple settings from one of our everyday dinners. I have decided these dishes will be used daily during the holidays and probably well into January and February for the winter months. I still can’t believe the deal I got on these but am loving having them around. We’ve already eaten off of them several times.
This setting is quite appropriate to use, because we have had unusually record lows lately. Would you believe just the other morning we had 16 degrees? Seriously! It has been some very cold days for this South Carolina native! We may be over this now as we are expecting temps to get back to a high of 60 degrees. Burrr!
It may be cold outside, but inside it’s all cozy and warm.
And it’s festive!
Here’s my everyday setting.
My newest holiday dishes from the thrift store. What a deal!
This is all the silverware we use for a regular family meal.
I like how my blue iridescence goblets coordinate with the blue in these dishes. They even reflect just like snow too! Cute huh?
On the lazy susan, we have all the essentials and a few decorative pieces too.
A sleigh full of paper napkins are typical for everyday dinners at our house.
My newest salt and pepper shakers for the holidays were given to me by my BFF.
Well, there you are friends, my newest everyday holiday dishes right before they got covered with warm heaping mounds of spaghetti and salad. Yum!
Dishes; Folk Craft Cabins in the Snow by Tienshan – Thrift store
Stainless Flatware; Cambridge – Tuesday Morning
Christmas tree cookie jar – Christopher Radko – Target
Tumbling Santa’s – Fitz & Floyd – Belks
Cardinal Salt and Pepper – Kirklands
Please be sure and visit Tablescape Thursday for more holiday settings and gorgeous table scapes.
Thanks for visiting today!