Small Home, Warm, Festive & Fun Home Series, Part Three

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SEE CHRISTMAS HOME SERIES, PART ONE 
SEE CHRISTMAS HOME SERIES, PART TWO






Our Christmas table, festive, simple, casual, a little fun and funky, no? Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. The "Something Old" would be the dishes and glassware. The Christmas Tree dishes came from Target over 10 years ago, we have settings for 12. They were purchased at a time when our little home had a combination of six children! Needless to say, that home was not small, it was large but still warm, festive and fun. The glassware is a simple Libby brand that came from our local True Value Hardware back in 1978 when we were married and no one sprung for our costly goblets! (We did get all of our china.) They looked just fine with the china and the little Libby glasses have held up well. My daughter helped to make the table runner a few years ago when we moved into this smaller home, it matches the stockings that can be better seen here, in part one of this series. The "Something New" would be the four glass candlesticks, from Target this year and I'm loving their versatility! "Something Borrowed", we borrowed the teal handmade bowl under the green apples from the end table that's currently holding the Christmas tree. And the "Something Blue" would be the Tiffany Blue that we have brought into our Christmas decor. Part two of this series can be seen here. Thank you so much for stopping by, Happiest of Holidays to all!

May God Bless, xoxo

8 comments:

  1. love the pop of green apples- what a happy space!

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    1. Thank you so much, Cassie! It's really nice to see you here.

      xo

      Nancy

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  2. Your table runner is fantastic! I love the color combo.
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    1. Thank you Jennifer, and thank you for visiting Maddalee!

      xo

      Nancy

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  3. What a gorgeous tablescape! The colours are so pretty! Angie xo

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  4. Thank you for linking and sharing your lovely tablescape!!

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  5. Beautiful, beautiful house! I love the runner you have on your table (and the stockings in the other part of your home tour). The tablescape looks so festive.

    I'm following your blog now.

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    1. Hi Kati, thank you so much for visiting Maddalee, and for following. I really love my new friends here.

      Have a wonderful Holiday,

      Nancy

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