I set the dining room table for a farm style breakfast, using Pfaltzgraff Antiqued Hen dinnerware and striped Pfaltzgraff glasses. A mix of white accessories finishes the table setting.
The center arrangement includes this silk peony from The Flower Petaler.
The cloth is from Cobblestone, a shop located on South Main Street, Saint Charles, MO.
Showing a small change in the foyer. I changed the lamp and added the blue and white.
The floral is from The Flower Petaler on Historic South Main Street, St. Charles MO. The basket tray is from Pottery Barn.
The lamp was purchased at a local furniture store. It’s from Uttermost as is the painting above the table. The table is from Hooker, purchased at the same local furniture store.
In addition to the table, for Let’s Dish, I am adding a mosaic for Oh the Places I’ve Been!, for a combined post this week.
Cobblestone Cottage is another favorite shop on South Main in Historic St Charles, Missouri. I bought the cloth for this week’s table at this shop and the candle used in the centerpiece.
Cobblestone Cottage offers Americana and Primitive style furnishings. A portion of the shop is located in an old house. I enjoy browsing this shop and wonder if we should have these sort of furnishings in our home, since we both really like this look.
Bridal Veil Spirea, growing across the street from Cobblestone.
Stone work like this can be seen all around the Saint Charles Historic District. This was inspiration for the stonework on the foundation of our home.
Youngest grandson Noah is graduating Pre-K, this week. We can’t believe it is that time already.
In other family news, 7 year old grandson Drew has artwork on display at an area community college. We will be going by for a look.
I will have camera in hand for both events.