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January 26, 2017

URBAN FARMHOUSE STYLE


A new kitchen look for the new year!


There is a huge trend for 2017
in decorating our homes.
Farmhouse style or what I like to refer to as
Urban Farmhouse!

We all know styles come and go
so I prefer just "touches" of a current style
if it's something I really fall in love with.
Firstly, your home design must lend itself
to that particular decor.
I like to visit someones kitchen
and
feel the warmth, the hospitality and know
what the "hub" of their family living is all about!


When I came across these darling little plates,
I thought yes....this is just the right touch 
of a tablesetting I am looking for!


I found a new gray and cream 
table runner for a fairly inexpensive price...
on Amazon!


The collection from 
The Pioneer Woman 
seems to lend itself
to many styles of decor,
with a less formal look.
I love that her water goblets come in
several colors.


I've had this little trio of vases for years,
so I chose these for the centerpiece.
Nothing over the top...less is better, I think!


I know you have seen my gingham napkins
in several table settings and I am ever
so glad I purchased these.
I use them over and over so that 
proved to be a pretty good investment.
I purchased mine from Plow and Hearth.


Lots of creamy flowers..
with that lovely carnation scent.
So lacey looking and a bit informal.


I think these plates are just so sweet.


I love this look for a casual brunch......


I wanted a touch of something to pair the centerpiece with
and 
when I saw these hammered bronze Salt and Pepper shakers,
I knew that would be a perfect addition.
These are from URBANFARM.


One of my favorite pillows went perfectly
with this tablesetting.


Now this just warms my heart....
the darling walked in the kitchen
and said,
"What a pretty table!"
He noticed....sigh....he actually noticed!
I sure love this guy!!

Joining
Tablescape Thursday

27 comments:

  1. This is perfection. I never like a table too 'frilly'. The little plates would draw anyone to your charming table. My favorite is the little lamb. l love the trio of vases although here Audrey would quickly become a fourth.

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    1. LOL...I believe you are right on that one Deb! Oh, that little minx Audrey! Thank you for visiting today!

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  2. I love all your accessories! The plates are positively darling!! And those vases are to die for! Have a great weekend!

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    1. Thank you so much Katie! I appreciate your sweet comment! Wishing you a lovely weekend!

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  3. Gorgeous. All of it. I feel right at home at your farm table - because I live on a farm. No farm animals here except horses, though, so farm animal plates would be wonderful in my collection! Your gingham napkins have me thinking of a future sewing project. I love the addition of romantic flowers on your farm table! :-)

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    1. Why thank you Kim! You are so lucky to live on a farm and have horses! So happy you found something that inspried you today! Hugs!

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  4. The table looks so pretty and inviting! The plates are cute, and I love the vases as well. Carnations and baby's breath are my favorite flowers. So sweet that the Darling noticed too! As always, I look forward to your posts - they make me happy!

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    1. Thank you Connie. You are so sweet and I certainly appreciate your kind comments! Have a lovely weekend!

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  5. I think it's all just lovely!

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    1. Thank you Deanna! I am so happy to have you visit today! Hope you have a great weekend planned!

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  6. Very pretty! Great color combinations. I like your category "Urban Farm".

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    1. Hi Darlene! Thank you for such a lovely comment! Wishing you a beautiful weekend!

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  7. I love those little dishes. The whole table looks amazing. I like the way you did the centerpieces. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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    1. Hi Susie! Thank you so much for your sweet comment and visiting me today! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  8. I love the white dishes, along with those from the farmyard. Great tablescape!
    Brenda

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    1. Thank you so much Brenda! Loved having you visit today! Have a great weekend!

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  9. he not only thought it... he spoke it aloud! what a wonderful guy!
    the warmth of the honey tones of wood with the cool crisp grey and cream colors...
    and the happy charming simplicity of it all...
    I have to echo his sentiment... "wow! what a pretty table!" xo♥

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    1. How nice of you Tammy! It's a very simplistic tablesetting, but it's a welcome change! What are you doing at your home to change things up a bit? I so loved your visit today and hope you have a great weekend planned! Big hugs!

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  10. He sure is right, too! I have a cheery bouquet of carnations. They remind me that flowers will bloom again.

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    1. Hi Vee. I'll bet our ready to see the forsythia bloom! We have had a very mild winter so far and I'm good with that! Wishing you a beautiful weekend!

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  11. I love your checked napkins too! I just, today, ordered a farmhouse blue checked tablecloth from pottery barn. Saw it in their new catalog while waiting to have my oil changed!!! I say shop whenever you have a free moment!
    Your table setting is very calming...

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    1. Thank you Janey! I would say gray can be a very calming color indeed! Wishing you a very happy weekend!

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  12. Betsy,
    I love your table setting! Those plates are adorable and the black and white napkins tie everything together so nicely! Just beautiful! Thanks for the inspiration! My mind is whirling with ideas!

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    1. Hi Cecilia! I am so happy you found some inspiration today! That's what it's all about! Cannot wait to see what ideas you have coming up! Enjoy your weekend!

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  13. The table setting is just lovely! May I ask where you found the little farm animal plates?
    Mary in AR

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    1. Thank you Mary! Of course....I found the little plates on Amazon! Thanks for stopping by today!

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