Wednesday, October 19, 2016

A Simple, Country Table

"She's gone Primitive and country on me," my formal-loving husband said when he walked into the room. He may think this is temporary, like a virus, but I've found my groove. It's comfortable, laid-back, un-trendy, and follows no logical design. I like that.







  





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20 comments:

  1. Oh Michael, that is gorgeous. And the unmatched cushions are so charming. It is a table I would love to sit at and enjoy the surroundings; right down to the sun-puddles on the floor. :)

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  2. Your untrendy look speaks to my heart, Michael Lee. The quilt adds such a warmth to your table, along with the happy bouquet of flowers. Ladderback chairs always remind me of home, and the skeleton hands add a touch of whimsy. Can I come be a guest??! ❤️

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  3. Love the quilt and cheery flowers, and then all of a sudden I spied the creepy hands! The chair basket is very adorable :)
    Jenna

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  4. Very pretty - I am loving all the colors!
    Shelley

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  5. So pretty. I love orange and that quilt is totally amazing.

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  6. I love it all, too, Michael Lee! And you sound so happy that you've found your "groove!" I like the more casual look, too.

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  7. Oh Michael, everything is perfect, so warm and welcoming. The tablescape is beautiful. Yes, i think you have found your groove, but your decorations are always beautiful and perfect.

    Enjoy your week,

    Mary

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  8. Gorgeous...and I love the quilt! I have a few family quilts that I love. Sheila

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  9. Great churn dash quilt for the season. Nicely done.

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  10. I love it!! I am certainly NOT a trendy gal in any sense and this really speaks to me!

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  11. It's sophisticated, primitive country thank you! The quilt is cheerful and cozy- great idea for topping the table with! Love the fresh flowers both in the center and in the cone basket on the chair!

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  12. This is classic, not rustic! Love the quilt and the footed ironstone piece filled with flowers. You keep playing with these instincts. '-)

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  13. I have one of those formal-loving husbands too but I love a casual table setting. I have many old quilts that were made by my great grand mother, quilting bees on their huge southern front porch in days gone by. I never use them but I should, I love the casual elegance of this table setting. It's absolutely gorgeous and the colors so perfect for Fall.

    Carolyn

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  14. Beautiful table and gorgeous photography! Have a great week.

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  15. I love your new groove. It's fun, fresh and free!

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  16. Oh, mercy, that quilt as a tablecloth....awesome-sauce!!! ;-)

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  17. This is so charming and gorgeous. I love the quilt, it is just perfect here, but I also love the little touches like the skeleton hands and the darling basket of flowers hanging on the chair. You've given me a lot of ideas here.

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  18. Where do you get chairs like the ladder back ones shown?

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  19. Paula, I found them at an antique booth, and the sellers are from Pennsylvania. I'm not sure of the origin.

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    1. Oh ok, thank you! I will keep looking. This page/post is lovely!

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