Sunday, December 21, 2014

Christmas Table #6!

The inspiration for this table was another poinsettia tablecloth. I didn't realize I had so many poinsettia linens. The napkins are held with a rustic star adorned with a gingham bow and red bells. They are actually Christmas tree ornaments.

The plate stack is all Bordallo Pinheiro cabbage leaf in white and green.

The flatware is green Oxford Hall Fashion Wear.

The water stem is Ivima 1895 Hobnail and a green Imperlux wine hocks.

The centerpiece is a fishbowl ringed with candy canes and green candle holders.

Thanks for visiting today...hope you will return next time.

Merry Christmas to everyone!

I will join Table It/Rustic & Refined


Anonymous said...

I have one of the napkin holders hanging on a knob in my kitchen for Christmas, one of my favorite decorations. You are so wonderful to bring us so many beautiful tablescapes for Christmas. bbb

Anonymous said...

Love the emerald greens....and I especially like your napkin rings!
Love you,

Blondie's Journal said...

I had to scroll back to see the previous tables (sorry, I've been so bad about visiting with all the busyness). Wow! All of these are SO pretty! I really like your latest and the centerpiece is so cute.

I had to laugh about you commenting that my pup looks like a burrito! She is a tubby! :)

Merry Christmas, my friend!

Jane xxx

Anonymous said...

I've changed my mind.....this is my favorite. Love all the greens, especially the stemware. Beautiful tablescape.

xinex said...

Such beautiful colors and a stunning table, Marigene. Merry Christmas,...Christine

Barbara F. said...

There is something special about a red and green Christmas! You captured the magic! Love the candy cane centerpiece.

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

Marigene, this is my favorite (I think). I have to look back through the six again. You have a beautiful assortment of tablecloths, and my eye goes right to them before the dishes. LOL

Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!

Rita C. said...

Your table looks terrific with the greens, and I love your centerpiece! Merry Christmas! said...

Wow Marigene, you have been having lots of Christmas fun! I just love your candy cane centerpiece and the bright reds and greens! Have a very Merry week!

Jacqueline said...

Oh, just so many many yummy elements! I adore the green glassware and green flatware. This table is so rich and beautiful. Your little surprise of the bells for the napkin rings just speak magic to me!
Have a wonderful Christmas Marigene.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Marigene, You've outdone yourself this year with all your lovely Christmas tables! Love this one as well. You have great linens my friend!
Merry Christmas!

Denise Marie said...

The green glass is SO special! And, another awesome tablecloth.

Gracie's Plant Works said...

What a great idea to use the Bordallo cabbage for Christmas.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

So pretty decked out in green and red. I love the centerpiece of candy canes! Merry Christmas to you and your family, Marigene!

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

I am hooked on this color combination and the vibrancy of the green!
Stunning and inspiring!
Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas!

Babs R said...

Perfect tablescape for Christmas. LOVE your cabbage plates, of course. To me, they are classic. xo Babs

Pat Cantwell said...

Dear friend. . .each and every tablescape has been amazingly beautiful!!!
This one is so~o~o festive!!!
Love the bordallo pinheiro cabbage bowls and plates accentuated with the candy cane centerpiece atop that stunning tablecloth!!!
Merry Christmas!!!

Candy S said...

Marigene, Beautiful! I love the vibrant holiday colors. The tablecloth is perfect with your cabbage plates, the white and green plates complement the red poinsettias for a very festive Christmas tablescape. I am seriously in love with the green crystal stemware (and the flatware). The candy cane centerpiece and the jingle bell napkin rings add a wonderful touch to this creative table.... Candy

Sarah said...

Merry Christmas, Marigene. Thanks for the friendship! I look forward to your posts in 2015.