July 24, 2017

Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow



Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow



Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow


Our dishes by Hutschenreuther in Germany are called Elysee.


They are named for the Elysee Palace, President's Palace in Paris.


I have paired the dishes with a collection of blue and white temple jars, daisies and Stella de Oro Lilies from the garden.


Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow


It is a beautiful set that is white, pale blue, dark blue with pale yellow.

 The Salad plate has a butterfly in the centre.




Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow


The dinner plate has a fantastical tropical-looking bird in the centre.



Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow


The daisies and yellow lilies were simply laid on the table.


Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow



Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow


It all comes together.



Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow



Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow


The wine glasses and tumblers are Miss Desiree by Villeroy & Boch.



Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow


We used a white tablecloth and white placemats.


Set the Tabl -- Blue White & Yellow


We used the Louis XV silverware by Birks and flipped the forks and spoon over to show the backs.


Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow


The napkins are doubled - a white linen napkin paired with an embroidered navy napkin.

The napkin rings are stainless steel and came from Bowrings a few years ago.


Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow



Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow


The temple jars - some I have collected over a few years and others are more recent purchases from Bombay Co.


Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow




Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow





Set the Table - Blue White & Yellow





Thank you for stopping by.

This is an original Fair Meadow Place Publication


Barbara


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14 comments:

  1. These dishes are just lovely. Blue and yellow are another of my favorite combos -- very Provencal, I think and very cheerful!

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  2. So lovely! I'm always drawn to blue and white tablescapes and those vivid yellow flowers really punctuate the settings!
    Sandra @ Dinner at Eight

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  3. Oh I just love this! You have done a beautiful job and the colours are perfect together. Thanks for sharing with us at #overthemoon and have a great day!

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  4. Gorgeous! I just love blue, white, and yellow tablescapes. It reminds me of Monet's kitchen at Giverny. Your accessories are beautiful, and the yellow flowers are just the right complement.
    Carol ("Mimi") from Home with Mimi

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  5. This is so pretty- I love how you staged the blue and white temple jars through the center. Your dishes are just beautiful and the flatware too. Love the Stella d'oro daylily as an accent!

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    1. Thanks for your lovely comments, Liz.

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  6. The yellow really makes the blue and white stand out. Your dinnerware and silverware is exquisite. Your table setting is absolutely gorgeous and elegant.

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    1. We love the intensity of the yellow lilies and how well they pair with blue. Thank you for stopping by.

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  7. I love blue and white and really like the chinoiserie on the table. Your flatware is stunning! Thank you so much for sharing this lovely tablescape at Celebrate Your Story!

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  8. I love Blue and white pottery and I love the yellow with it Barbara

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