September 17, 2010

Diningroom Vignettes

~ ~ Hello Friends~ ~
Thanks for stopping in today.
I'm sharing a few little vignettes from the diningroom.
The first one is on the buffet.
I love to decorate the top of the china cabinet with
my antique piano shawl. I drape it over the corner to soften it.
The colors don't match anything in my house
but I adore it so it's staying.
I have had it for so long I don't
remember where I got it.


A few sweet stacks of dishes on lace trimmed shelves.


Shells I picked up on the beach in Delaware.


This is an odd grouping.
The delicate fine china salt and pepper
with a few jars of my canned red beets.
The beets were so pretty I didn't
want to hide them in a cabinet
so I put them on display.

A crystal bowl filled with dried red rose petals
and pink sequined hearts!



Why hide the liquor bottles when they are so pretty?
I love to add unusual items to my vignettes,
don't you?


Another shot of the top of the china.
A good look at my french chicken border too.


Pretty keys on a red ribbon.
I'm joining in the fun this week with
Artie @ Color Outside The Lines
and
Cindy @ My Romantic Home
Thanks so much friends for hosting these party's.
To see lots of great ideas click the
links and visit everyone.
I get the greatest ideas when I
visit with all of you.
Have a wonderful weekend
~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

30 comments:

Allie and Pattie said...

Ahrisha,
I love the shawl. I have one of my grandmother's that means the world to me too! The beets are a wonderful idea!
xoxo Pattie

Blondie's Journal said...

The shawl is beautiful, Ahrisha! Of course you have to display it on that pretty hutch!! I love all of your vignettes in the hutch,too. The beets look great...odd but true. We must think alike!! Pretty post. Oh, I love your wallpaper, too!

xoxo
Janie

Susan said...

I don't blame you for keeping the shawl, it is beautiful!! I love your roosters too!

xinex said...

Beautiful vignettes! I like the keys very much. What a great touch!...Christine

Mimi said...

Beautiful vignettes...ooh la la those coveted rooster plates! I love the stacks of white plates.

Patti said...

The shawl draped there is so unique...pretty showing of your displays

Ms. Bake-it said...

Hello Ahrisha,

What a lovely shawl. I do not blame you at all for displaying it. Your vignettes look lovely. Love the roosters!

Have a great weekend!

~ Tracy

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

All lovely displays Ahrisha! My favorite...your canned red beets! Gorgeous!!

Blessings!
Gail

Deb said...

I could spend some time looking inside your china cabinet..it is so pretty. It is always one of the first things I notice in a home. I think they tell a lot about the person and I just love them. A white china cabinet always catches my eye. I like the liquor bottle in the cabinet..great idea. Deb =^..^=x5

Deb said...

Me again. Forgot to mention that I am going to link your blog to my post to show some of my dishaholic friends your cabinet. I see we share a love of white dishes too.

Marlis said...

Beautiful vignettes. I love those red dishes! Thanks for dropping in with your sweet words.. I read some other posts too.. I make a cucumber salad very similar to yours, it was handed down from my German grandmother..

Debby said...

I am loving your romantic home!! Have a wonderful Sunday! xo

Teresa said...

I can see why you love that shawl. sooo beautiful. Everything is so beautiful. You have wonderful taste.

Kelee Katillac said...

Hi Ahrisha!

Your shawl is beautiful!With the vignette!

Thank-you visiting too....

love, kelee

Jessica said...

The shawl should stay...it's beautiful. :) decorate with what you love. Beautiful decorations. Thanks so much for your visit. :)

Jessica

niartist said...

Ahrisha!! Thank so much for linking up to Vignette Fridays! :) I love your new Dining room vignettes - so beautiful, and rich with texture! Gorgeous! Hope you'll inspire us again next week! xo, Artie

Rebecca said...

Beautiful post my friend!

Thank you for visiting me the other day and for your sweet comments about on my Home Sweet Home post.

Love the Shawl! Gorgeous!

xoRebecca

June said...

oooh Ahrisha your blog is beautiful Thank you so much for coming by so I could find you.
Your vignettes are beautiful. I can't wait to try your cucumber salad!
hugs

very merry vintage style said...

I like all the pretty vignettes... what a great blog post idea (I might have to copy!). Loved the little tour of your pretty spaces!

Sandy said...

Ahrisha, I loved what you did with the shawl. Your dining room looks wonderful. I have really enjoyed going through your post and seeing all your wonderful creativity! Thanks for visiting, hope we talk again soon.
Sandy

Jacqueline said...

Ahrisha, this is gorgeous. The shawl is my favorite too, and yes it is staying! I love the statement it makes. What pretty touches of dark pink and I think the beets are wonderful. You have a great eye.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh I love everything. The shawl is stunning and what a wonderful way to display it. Love the roosters. One of my favorite decorating things. I think I have way too many. lol Thanks for your gracious comments on my post. I am so happy to meet you and find your blog. Hugs, Marty

Table Escapes said...

What a sweet and sassy blog site ... just love your originality..I'm your newest follower...Thanks for visiting.
Sharon

Sue Murphy said...

Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving a note. Love the shawl!!

Frog Hollow Farm Girl said...

Sending a sweet hello from Frog Hollow Farm! Thank you so very much for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment. Yes, Cape May is just wonderful - you will love it. Try eating at 410 Bank Street - very eclectic and always delicious! Your vignettes are just lovely - it must be so wonderful to see beautiful things where ever you look in your home. As far as the jarred beets, I agree with you totally - they are too beautiful to leave hidden in a cabinet! Ciao, bella!

Sherry said...

Ahrisha,
This is beautiful. I love the use of the piano shawl. Very pretty vignettes. I like your use of red and white too. On your question about my dishes in the "Bittersweet & Brooksticks" post, I think they are older. Maybe 1960's until 1990's. The pattern is Johnson's Brothers Coaching Scenes. Thanks for stopping by.
Sherry

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Love the pictures and the way you framed the vignettes. There is something so tantalizing about looking into peoples china cabinets.

Jess @ Frugal with a Flourish said...

Beautiful!! I love all your little touches.

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

"everything is Beautiful"!!! You display everything so wonderful and you have all the things I LOVE! Lace is a passion of mine. I can never have enough of it! I'm your newest FOLLOWER and I'm going to LOVE my visits here. There's so much to explore! Thank you for FOLLOWING me,
Hugs, Donna

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