The holidays are over, the bright lights are all put away and the skies are gray. Winter is settling in in TN. It's a rare day if we see sun in January so this year, I wanted to brighten up inside, but after all the Christmas color, I also wanted to keep it simple.
Although this is not my photo, on any given winter day, we have at least 20 Black-capped Chickadees on our bird feeder or on the Winterberry Bushes in the backyard. Let's celebrate this cheerful winter visitor.
I started my table with linen Wedgewood placemats that I have had forever, then added a white swirl glass charger from Pier 1.
Flatware is Fashion Lane by Alvin from 1944. I love the simplicity of the design.
I knew when I saw these Chickadee plates at Home Goods that they would look great with my linens. I paired them with Miskasa Antique white dinner plates.
Wedgewood water goblets on clearance from Dillards.
Simple centerpiece of pillar candles, on a cake plate, and surrounded by a grapevine wreath.
Candlesticks from Hobby Lobby, clear glass globes with red berries to mimic the berries on the plates. I love the height the candlesticks bring to the table.
Red striped cotton dishtowels from Home Goods bring a little coziness.