Saturday, March 1, 2014

Spring is near!

Spring is near. Spring is near. Oh, I hope so!

The pansy accent plates that coordinate with the plain white Mansard by Spode made me think of my grandmother's yellow dishes.  The yellow plates and bowls have no markings. This tablescape makes me think spring since it has been such a long winter.
I love the shape of the yellow plates and bowls.

Rattan chargers- Pier 1
White plates-Mansard by Spode
Yellow plates and bowls-Vintage (origin unknown)
Flatware-Williams Sonoma
Green Glasses- Seventies
Tablecloth- White Matelasse
Small vases- Three's Company
Centerpiece container- Stoneware bread basket-Williams Sonoma

Is everyone ready for spring?

Linking to: Seasonal SundaysMosaic Monday'sInspire Me Tuesday,  The ScoopWow Us Wednesday,Lets Dish, What's It Wednesday's, Open House Thursday's,  Tablescape Thursday, Share It One More Time, Feathered Nest Friday, and Be Inspired Friday.


  1. What kind of question is THAT?!??!?!?! Of COURSE, we're ready for Spring!!! This has been a crazy, brutal winter! I'm looking out the window right now at the latest round of ice & snow piled up on the ground. We were out last night when it started, so getting home was a little bit dicey. I couldn't be more ready for Spring if it was the breath of life itself!!! :-)

    Your tablescape is beautiful, and sure looks like Spring! I love the delicate flowers on the dishes. So pretty. I also really like how you placed a teensy little posey at each place setting. That's neat!

    Enjoy your weekend...what's left of it, anyway, and have a great week ahead!

  2. Oh I am so ready for spring. Winter has been brutal this year so any sign of spring is truly a welcomed thought. Your table is certainly a sign of spring. So bright and happy. Very beautiful and cheery.


  3. We have snow again here in Kansas City so yes, I am ready for Spring. Beautiful table, your colors are so springy. Very pretty pattern and thanks for sharing.

  4. Such a beautiful tablescape! I love the colors and cheerful flowers. You've put everything together so well, it can't help but make one smile! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

  5. What a lovely spring table! Your grandmother's bowls and plates are Riviera by Homer Laughlin, made in the 1930s and 1940's; you're lucky to have them.

    1. Wow, thank you Margaret! I am glad to know what they are. The time frame is right. I am very glad to know the name and make of the dishes that were my grandmothers. I would email you but nothing happens when I click on your name. Hope you see this note.

    2. I'm so pleased that I could help.

  6. Oh what a gorgeous tablescape and I adore your dishes. They are just perfect and the yellow just screams spring and sunshine. Love it all. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  7. this looks so amazing, they look just like from my grandmother time in the 60's... this is so great i get so excited seeing this because it brings back memories.. thanks maria ill go over to your pinterest and follow hope to see you there

  8. I love your spring table….The colors are great! Would like to invite you to come share it at Share it One More Time at One More Time Events… Tammy

  9. What pretty dishes,Connie! They are perfect for a springtime table.

  10. How did the 70s end up with so many cool glasses!? And then on your table! Lucky duck. I only wish I had the kind of space you must have to store all of this awesomeness!
    And your whole tablescape, so bright and cheery, perfect for spring!


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