Friday, January 8, 2016

Casual Dining in the Kitchen Breakfast Nook

I know, I know, Christmas is over but I have been so busy that I never got to post this until now. I hope you don't mind. I am just relieved that I finally got to take down and put away all my Christmas d├ęcor.
 
Just like I said, it is a very casual simple table.
 
 The plates came from Home Goods, I think in Baton Rouge or Jackson, I cannot remember anymore.
 I love everything about them, the shape, the print, the postal mark and the colors.



 My daughter, who lives next door, and I take turns in cooking dinner and this was just one of those days when it was my turn.
The 3 kids eat on the kitchen bar.

 


 I love the snowmen S & P shakers.

 It is just an everyday casual dining and we just get our own drinks from the fridge, so no need for stemware here.






 
 
I hope you all had a nice holiday. We did too except that now, my 97 year old mom is sick and is in the hospital so we are flying to Chicago  to see her and help with her care.
 
Thank you for your visit and thanks to the hostesses of the following memes that I am linking with.
 
Beverly's Pink Saturday
Chloe's Celebrate it Sunday
Making Memories Monday
 
 
Christine's Table it Monday
 
Show and Share
 
Cindy's Amaze me Monday

Marty's Inspire Me Tuesday
 
Maria Elena's Tuesdays at Our Home

Paula's What's It Wed

Show and Share Wednesday Link Party

Sarah's Homemaking party

Kathy's Home and Garden Thursday

Tablescape Thursday
Share your Style Thursday
Courtney's Feathered Nest Friday
 
 

20 comments:

SILVIA said...

I love it all Christine!! How do you like living in Fl full time?? Happy new year!!

Susan said...

I LOVE your dinnerware!! Oh, how I would love to own this pattern and even though you said it's been a couple of years, I'll still be on the lookout for it. The little log cabin is adorable, too. I love the whole tablescape.
I hope your mom is feeling better very soon. Safe travels.

Marigene said...

Christmas may be over, but am glad that you posted this cute table, Christine. Those are the cutest plates.
Sending prayers to your mother, hoping she feels better and for a safe trip for you.

xinex said...

Thank you, Susan! I hope you find the dinnerware....Christine

Chloe Crabtree said...

I am so sorry for your mother's illness, I will keep her in my prayers. The dishes are adorable, I would love those! What a blessing it is to have your daughter living right next door! My daughter and granddaughters are currently in Germany, and it is so difficult. Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing over at Celebrate Your Story!

Beeutiful by Design said...

So cute. I am sorry to hear of your mother that is very stressful especially when you have to travel to her. I love your table. Jennifer

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

What a cute table- of course I love the dishes! I'm sorry about your Mom being ill. At 97 it's far more worrisome too. Praying for you and you Mom. Going to Chicago will be quite a shock to your body since you're so used to the warmer weather. Take care, Liz

Kathy Moreland said...

Wow, so pretty! Love it!

Creations By Cindy said...

Girl, your casual dining makes my BEST DRESSED TABLE look bad! LOL! I love your tablescape and those darling dishes with the deer on them are sooooo pretty! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Rebecca Mclellan said...

I never get tired of Christmas tables and yours is beautiful. Love the varied color plates. Pray that all is well in Chicago soon for you and your mom.

Ivy and Elephants said...

Lovely table, Christine. The dishes are super cute, and the snowman salt and pepper shakers are adorable!!!
Hugs,
Patti

tablescapesbybev.com said...

I love a simple holiday table and you have done it to perfection! Those Christmas plates are superb. Love it all. Good luck with your mom.

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Beautiful dinnerware for the holidays, I love them squared shaped for a change!
Your setting is so happy and I love the centerpiece pieces.
I hope your sweet mama is doing better, she's such a strong little lady too.
Have a great weekend my friend.
FABBY

Lulu said...

So many wonderful finds come from Home Goods, and it's amazing how different the treasures at each store. Your dishes will work great through the winter. Hope your mother is doing as well as possible.

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Love your table and those lovely Christmas Plates, so pretty.
Great job..........and I love Home Goods too....hard to come
home with nothing when you go there.
Blessings, Nellie

FABBY'S LIVING said...


First, hope your sweet mom is feeling better.
I came back cause I noticed your square breakfast table from your old house with the lazy-susan... am I right? I love it all!

FABBY

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

Christine, I love your table! The runner and placemats are SO pretty and the dishes are fabulous!!!! I love them too. That is nice that your daughter and you can take turns cooking dinner! Praying for your Mom. Hope she FULLY recovers and you have her for many more years. XO

Rue said...

I'm so sorry your mom is sick, Christine! I'll say a prayer that she'll be okay.

Your table setting is really cute! I own the cousins of your snowmen s&p ;)

Happy New Year, my friend.

xoxo,
rue

Crystal Grandeur said...

Hello.. Your table is so very pretty with the vibrant colors. Hope your mom is feeling better. My prayers are with her. Thank you for your visit dear Christine:)

Laurie Ritchey said...

Christine, I LOVE those square Christmas plates. If I had more storage, I'd be looking for some of those. If I run across some at a good price, I may just buy them and find storage for them. Your table looks pretty.

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