April 15, 2016

Let's Set the Table for Breakfast

We are in the kitchen today...setting the table for breakfast. 

And I am using my new wooden tray for the centerpiece. Click HERE for the post on my trayscape. And click HERE  for another view of my old table. :-)

It's just a $15.00 tray from Hobby Lobby...but when I saw it I knew that I could use it for many things. You all know that I love to decorate with trays!

For example...

Now, Let's set this table. 

It is a super simple breakfast setting.

After living in Provence, I developed a love for simple table settings,  with white china on rustic tables. 

And my table sure is a rustic one...though not an antique. 

It has dents and dings from usage, and moving, but that's ok.  I have had it for years and years...and maybe it even needs to be refinished. 

Rustic table. No placemats. White porcelain dishes. Tea towels for napkins. Simple centerpiece. Water goblets.

There was a time when I would have considered my old table ready to give away...but with farmhouse and rustic being so popular these days, my old table still has a home here.

And here you have my simple breakfast table. 

All I have to do is add the food.

Besides being pretty, this batch of navel oranges (sitting on my pretty ironstone platter)  has been so juicy and tasty! 

I love having a window in the breakfast area, especially when the sun is bright and shiny at breakfast time. 

I like to start the day with sunshine, and a cup of coffee. You too? :-)

Bon Appétit!

A little French lesson

It's lovely in any culture to wish each other bon appetit, but the French go as far as blessing complete strangers. Bon appétit, they'll call out, when you're seated on a park bench chowing down on un sandwich au fromageBon appétit, they'll shout, when you're stopped at a traffic light, inhaling a croissant, late for work. Bon appétit, you'll hear, when strolling down the street, window-shopping and munching on a slice of pizza. It can be embarrassing... or deeply charming. Depends on how you take things.  Also, Visit Kristin to learn how to say "I'm full" in French. 

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My Kentucky Living
My Kentucky Living

Hello, I'm Sheila and my house is a giant art project! I enjoy creating an environment where my family can feel safe, secure, and loved. We are empty nesters learning to slow down and enjoy life.

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