Monday, December 6, 2010

Dining Room Buffet

I am still working on getting my dining room done, I have the buffet done. I love to decorate it for Christmas. I put lights and greenery on it.

Old English Rose Christmas. The pieces my Mother bought me over the years.

I have been lucky to find some antique Christmas pieces like the celery tray.

Love to see my silver with the lights and greenery.

New mercury glass pieces

Portmerion pieces I bought in England on a trip with my Mother. Antique bowl with holly design.
Looks so pretty at night with the lights on, I can sit and look at the dining room from my living room

Hope you enjoyed seeing my Christmas buffet!
Joining Marty at a Stroll Thru life for tabletop Tuesday!


Tete said...

I love those dishes! So pretty. I really like your silver sugar shaker! Just the coolest stuff. I like it with just the greenery and the lights.
Rebecca took my stash of stuff in and loaded my cabinet in her booth, so the next time you are down, stop in and check it out!
It is so good that you are doing a blog and sharing all that you have collected. It is amazing to imagine all of that pretty under one roof.
You have done such a wonderful job preserving it all.
Someone down the road is going to appreciate all your effort, but in the meantime, thanks for letting us appreciate it, too!
Hugs- Tete

Rebecca said...

Love those dishes Ann-that pattern is one of my favorites-but I love it with the christmas tree-such a pretty display!

Robin@DecoratingTennisGirl said...

Very pretty and old country roses are a classic!

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Your header picture is fabulous, so pretty. Your buffet is stunning. All of your decor is so pretty, love your vignette. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Anonymous said...

This is just beautiful! Your Christmas dishes are gorgeous and what a pretty setting you've made! I just love it.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Unknown said...

This is so beautiful! I wish I could put this kind of thing in my house, but between the 5 kids and 6 dogs... I think it would be a disaster. LOL

Rebecca said...

Hey Ann-I work 9-6 on Saturday-will try to stop by for a few minutes if my tired body will let me-thanks for inviting me-I'd love to come!

The Tablescaper said...

Such a beautiful collection. I didn't realize Old Country rosese had a Christmas variation.

- The Tablescaper

Pam Kessler said...

The sugar shaker is very unique. But what I really, really love is that buffet itself. Gorgeous.