Timely, since the NC mountains received an early snowfall on Saturday and parts of South Carolina had the earliest snow in decades, with Columbia, SC, receiving the earliest snowfall in recorded history!
We had howling winds and rain here with the only snow accumulation on my table, to join snowmen, cardinals, and add a light dusting on bird houses and trees!
Mikasa Belmont Gourmet Basics stoneware is available in an array of colors~
blue, green, black, and red.
Plates are available in a round, traditional shape, or a
square shape for a more modern interpretation for dining.
Belmont Red is a warm russet or brick hue, the same shade
as cardinals, nesting on top of excelsior in cereal bowls.
And warm paisley and plaid checked napkins that are paired
with a snowy pine cone and jingle bell napkin rings.
A brown matelasse coverlet, used for my Belmont Red fall table,
is layered with a jute runner for easy snow removal :)
Snowflake-adorned red Christmas ornaments
and pine cones are sprinkled on the table. . .
Along with rock salt and a light dusting of faux snowflakes for a snowy accumulation and wintry mix.
Mr. Cardinal has a light dusting of snow on his wings,
and snowflakes and a sprig of holly adorns his cap!
Pedestals elevate birdhouses for some height on the table. . .
Along with a stack of Belmont Red fruit bowls and provide
a surface for sprinkling rock salt for a snowy landscape.
Belmont Red Table Details:
*Dinnerware / Mikasa Belmont Red Dinnerware
*Flatware / Mikasa Gourmet Basics Contempo
Snowy Goblets / Kohl’s, several years ago
Placemats / World Market, several years ago
Napkin Rings / Kohl’s, several years ago
Napkins & Jute Runner / Pottery Barn, several years ago
Matelasse Coverlet / Bed, Bath & Beyond
Birdhouses, Snowmen, Pedestals / Hobby Lobby
You’re welcome to join me at the table for a Delicious Autumn here.
*Lifetime Brands’ products have been provided free of charge in exchange for promotional consideration.