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February 21, 2018

Farmhouse Breakfast With Tulips!

I have such a hankering for spring I couldn't resist these tulips.  Does anything say spring more than tulips?  

They are taking their time to open.  I couldn't resist their bright coloring. 

I rummaged through my dishes and placemats and tried to find something that would reflect the same colors of the tulips.  
The pitcher and sugar bowl are from Hobby Lobby.  Stemware by Fitz and Floyd called Trellis.

The placemats on the bottom look like cabbage leaves and the next layer really isn't quite this pink but that's how they're coming across on the camera.  They're more of a salmon pink.

The napkins are new from Pier 1- fell in love with them the moment I saw them.

I chose this white-washed cheese board to elevate the flowers, sugar and creamer.  It can be cleared and used to set a platter of breakfast foods.  The cow creamer came from Pottery Barn a while ago.  Coffee mugs not shown are over by the coffee pot.  

It's been gray and gloomy- they said no sun today but it broke through for a while.  At least the light became brighter and made it easier to take pictures.

Would you like to join me for a Farmhouse Breakfast With Tulips?

Joining the following blow parties:
Between Naps on the Porch for


  1. Beautiful table setting Liz. You make having breakfast so pretty. Another great tablescape! Have a great rest of the week.

  2. I certainly would love to join you, Liz! Your tulips are so lovely and do speak of Spring. The pitcher they are in is beautiful and certainly sets off their beauty. I enjoy buying tulips as they really last a long time. You set the most lovely table. I hope the sun shines more for you as the week ends. ♥

  3. We must have the same great taste in plates...I have those yellow roster plates too! After Easter, I'll have to bring out my roster themed dishes and create a tablescape. Until I saw yours, I forgot I had them! The tulips are gorgeous.

  4. I know I say this fairly often, but it’s true...this is one of my favorites that you have created!!! I tried to snatch those napkins right off my iPad screen!!! Those are such a great choice for this setting, and I love the way you present them here! I’m looking forward to Spring, and this tablescape just has me skittish now!!! This is perfect, Liz! PERFECT!!!

  5. Love this one Liz. The tulips are just gorgeous for your centerpiece. Your red placemats bring out the red highlights in your tulips. Great details!

  6. Very pretty! We seldom decorate for breakfast, mostly because we seldom eat together in the morning (morning guy married to a night owl!)
    Sandra @ Dinner at Eight

  7. Beautiful table and tulips. Interesting how this time the tulips determined the dishes instead of the dishes determining the centerpiece. Very nice. The simplicity of the dishes, one plate instead of a stack and the lack of pattern on them kind of frames the centerpiece and really lets the tulips be the star.

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  9. I'm not a tablescape kind of girl, but oh my, yours always pull me in. I love your style, I love tulips and I go ga-ga over gingham!

  10. Hi Liz,

    Those tulips are definitely a sign of spring and they look very pretty in that creamy white pitcher. Your tablescape is lovely; love the olive green gingham napkins, too cute!



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