A year of pretty tables: tablescape round-up 2018

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Life threw me some curves this past year, including a broken ankle and a job loss, so although I wasn’t as consistent as I wanted to be in setting pretty tables, I did manage to do quite a few that I absolutely loved! Just for fun, here’s a round-up of all the tables I did this year.

January: Blue & White Currier & Ives – the china from my childhood that was given to me by my grandmother!

Currier & Ives Table | Vintage Floral Cottage

February: Ice Princess table using “Lisa” by Royal Doulton.

Royal Doulton Lisa Table | Vintage Floral Cottage

March: Pastel Spring table for two, using the cutest “chunky pottery” bunny plates and featuring a rather amazing spray of tulips!

Pastel Spring Table | Vintage Floral Cottage

April: Spring Birds table featuring salad plate set from Pier 1.

Spring Birds Pier 1 table | Vintage Floral Cottage

July: Summer Garden table featuring hand-painted plates from Bavaria, “Hostess” by Edwin Knowles, and “Formalities – Bernadotte” by Baum Brothers.

Summer Garden Table | Vintage Floral Cottage

September: Faded Summer Early Fall table featuring hand-painted Haviland Limoges – one of many small sets that I own!

Faded Summer Early Fall Table with Limoges | Vintage Floral Cottage

September: Secret Bonus Table! I can’t believe I never blogged about this one, but I promise to do the full post in January! My Provence-inspired table uses “Blueberries” by Royal Doulton, the prettiest light blue dinner plates by Fire King, and a set of white chargers with a stitching pattern around the edge. (Update: Here is the link to the Provence-inspired table!)

Provence Inspired Table | Vintage Floral Cottage

December: Thanksgiving Table with Old Country Roses by Royal Albert – my all-time favorite pattern.

Thanksgiving with Old Country Roses | Vintage Floral Cottage

December: Elegant deep purple table featuring “Windsor Fruit” by Johnson Brothers.

Elegant deep purple table | Vintage Floral Cottage

December: Red and Green Transferware luncheon table featuring antique English “Roxbury” by Meakin and “Shannondale” by Ridgways.

Red & Green Transferware table | Vintage Floral Cottage

 

December: Woodsy table using “Woodland Santa” by Sakura, a coordinated set that features the artwork of Debbie Mumm.

Woodland Santa Table | Vintage Floral Cottage

Thank you so much for reading and joining me this year for all these pretty tables! Your comments are always welcome, on these and any of the posts on this blog! And, if you are a dish-a-holic like me, you will be glad to know that you can always come to this blog and check out ALL the pretty tables simply by clicking on the “Tablescapes” link over on the right-hand side of the blog in the Categories section. Super-simple, and keeps all the dishy goodness in one place!

Here is an image to Pin in case you would like to save this tablescape round-up for future inspiration!

A Year of Pretty Tables | Vintage Floral Cottage

 

I’m sharing my collection of 2018 tables over at Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday!

 

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9 Responses to A year of pretty tables: tablescape round-up 2018

  1. Ashley says:

    So many pretty tables!! And lots of vintage goodies! Thanks for sharing

  2. Sonya says:

    All of these are so beautiful but the blue and white is my faborite

  3. Esther says:

    Love all the tablescapes you have. Such pretty dinning sets as well.

  4. I LOVE dishes so this post is AWESOME! So many pretty tables 🙂

  5. Dedra Davis says:

    Beautiful settings and blog post!

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