Three fluffy little chicks have come to Easter Brunch. They are nestled snug in a linen napkin, and share the table's centerpiece with some faux flowers, a milk glass plate and a goblet full of speckled eggs.
The green and white toile tablecloth features little chicks, too. White ironstone plates are set on rattan chargers, and the flatware is vintage silverplate and bone.
This is our kitchen table, overlooking the garden. The deacon's bench in the back belonged to my parents.
Flowers and eggs echo the colors in the mural on the pantry doors behind them.
Turnip salt and peppers. Like something out of Mr. McGregor's garden. :)
Won't you sit down?
This little hen has come to roost on the table.
The table is set with ironstone dishes, rattan chargers and toile napkins. Napkin rings are from Bed, Bath & Beyond.
Three little chicks, courtesy of Pier One.
And, of course, the ubiquitous "bunny on a stick" also from Pier One. Wishing you all a very happy and blessed Easter!
Many thanks to our wonderful Tablescape Thursday hostess, Susan. Please visit Susan's blog, Between Naps on the Porch, for more creative and lovely tablescapes.