Welcome, welcome to this edition of Tablescape Thursday!
We're having breakfast here in Oregon, in the original rose & rhododendron area of the garden.
Sometimes it's a little chilly early during spring mornings, so I have the outdoor tower heaters warming the area. I think you'll find it quite comfortable.
It's peaceful, lush and GREEN here, surrounded by forest and woods, although the roses and rhodies/azaelas won't come into bloom for about a month or so.
Tablescape Thursday is hosted by sweet Susan at her lovely blog, Between Naps on the Porch.
Since it's Spring ~ that is the theme I chose for this Thursday's Tablescape.
I've collected all kinds of rabbits and bunnies for years ~ here are a couple of them.
The two larger ones are glazed terra cotta, and I'm sure you recognize the jumbo size figurine of Peter Rabbit, and his mother Mrs. Bunny. (She is busy straightening his collar and necktie.)
I love pansies, so I've included some on today's table ~along with a little fragrant Greek Oregano plant in the milk pitcher.
I believe the remainder of the photos are self-explanatory ~I hope you enjoy them...
And I WISH you really COULD be here to have breakfast with me in this tranquil setting .
It's a wonderful place to begin the day.
The linens (again) are from April Cornell ~ her table linens are some of my favorites.
The mugs and bowls the pansies are in are by Martha Stewart.
The glazed white terra cotta plates and bowls (which I've featured in the past)
are by Lone Oak & Co., California. I bought them at Vanderbilt & Co. in Palo Alto, as well as their old store in St. Helena, CA (Napa wine country.)
I believe the company is now defunct, unfortunately.
The small blue glass cake stand is made by the US glass company, L.E. Smith.
The flatware is made by "Gourmet Settings". And the pressed-glass blue tumblers are Portuguese, from Horchow.
Thank you so much for stopping by to visit ~ please leave a comment so I can come visit YOUR blog, too. :)
Please bookmark my blog, or add it on your favorites list ~ there is always something on the table, or something happening around the house, you're always welcome here.
Click here to go to Between Naps on the Porch to see the other blogs participating in this weeks tablescape.