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February 3, 2022

Wintry February Tablescape (T)


Winter greetings!  
I clustered a bouquet of mums into na artichoke tulipiere vase.  
Theoretically I should have used smaller flowers but it turned out kind of fun.

You can see the layers of the tulipiere

This is top but the holes are so small I couldn't get the stems to poke in them.

The crystal with ice and water represent the outside weather.  I kept things cool with lots of white and the stainless flatware. (glasses are called  Trellis by Fitz & Floyd)

The white mums are like a snowy foundation highlighted with a rich palette of colors.  I love how the dishes pick up on them.

These are by Pottery Barn with no name (from a few years ago). 

I chose antique pewter accented flatware and napkin rings, white napkins, white chargers and  white dinner plates.  Keeping it cool!
These two metal patterns always go together nicely!

Williams Sonoma tablecloth called Vintage Floral Jacquard, a real favorite of mine!

I love these colors and their texture.  I hope the green ones will open up too!  I've had them home since Sunday.

As you can see we are still snowy here and expecting more!

I'll just stare at these instead! 

I'll be joining:
Between Naps On The Porch


  1. Beautiful table Liz! The mums make a pretty centerpiece and it is fun to watch them open. I like your Fitz and Floyd stem ware and have never seen it before. The Pottery Barn plates are new to be too and they make a nice stack for your winter table. Hope you are staying safe and not getting out too much in your winter weather.

  2. Liz, the mums look so beautiful in your tulipiere.n lovely colors for a winter day. The snow is really piled up outside. Your plate stack is lovely with those PB plates. The glassware is so pretty and definitely reminds us of the snow and ice. A pretty table to enjoy while staying cozy inside.

  3. Hi Liz! Your table is so pretty! I love your floral and the dishes are lovely! Hope you're staying warm.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  4. Liz, the table looks lovely! The dishes are so pretty. You always coordiate everything so beautifully. The mums are perfect for on a snowy day. Stay warm and cozy in your lovely home.

  5. Your table is so pretty Liz. On this cold winter day it is nice to see the fresh flowers. Your dishes are pretty and love the chargers. Happy Thursday. Have a good evening. xoxo Kris

  6. Liz, you’ve set another lovely setting! Those PB dishes are so pretty, I know you get a lot of use of them as they would look so good in a variety of settings. The centerpiece, tablecloth, and all of the other elements really help make this a beautiful “wintry” table! Stay warm! Zenda

  7. Always pretty at your house Liz. I love the dishes. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

  8. VEEY pretty, Liz. Your dishes are lovely and the flowers compliment the beautifully. Happy weekend- xo Diana

  9. That's so pretty! It almost looks like spring and we need that here in the frozen north! Beautiful dishes, too.

  10. As you can tell, I am WAY behind on my blog hopping! I should never have waited so long to get to this one. It lifts my spirits. I love the colors against the stark white. It's like looking out the window at that vast blanket of snow (which is what we've been staring at for the last few days) and spying a red car or a fire hydrant in the distance. Just what we need to know it's not hopeless after all. I sure don't remember these dishes from Pier 1. Man! They're beautiful! They have a nostalgic look with a modern edge. Great way to use the tupiliere!!!!! I don't have one, but I don't know that I would have ever thought to do this. I like thinking outside that proverbial box! The larger blooms that fill in the spaces look good!!!


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Welcome to Home and Gardening With Liz. I have combined my previous blogs “Infuse With Liz” and “Sit With Me In My Garden” into this new blog. I love interior decorating and gardening. I enjoy redefining interior spaces by moving things around and reusing decorative items already found in the home. I also enjoy creating tablescapes and an occasional crafting project. I'm so pleased you've stopped by. I invite you to follow me and I do hope you will keep coming back! Liz
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