Bonjour! Bienvenue chez nous. C'est Lundi matin et nous mangeons dans la cuisine.
Good morning! Welcome. It's Monday morning and we are eating in the kitchen.
Adding a tablecloth makes dining so much more festive and relaxed.
Don't these colors remind you of sunny Provence? Down to the cutest little abeilles on the napkin rings.
One soft boiled egg, some oatmeal with blueberries and a fresh, homemade croissant.
I love using our antique boiled egg warmer. Add a bit of warm water to the bottom of theegg shaped container, light a tealight and put the warm eggs in the container.
Un petit pot des fines herbes.
The yellow bowls are some new favorites. The darling salt and peppers were my grandmother's.
Our favorite handmade coffee cups made by my sister-in-law Becky.
I love drinking orange juice out of stems!
My mother made this tablecloth as a child. I do love how primitive the cross-stitch motifs are.
Tablecloth - antique, made by my mom
Blue Napkins - Cancun, Mexico
Yellow napkins - Villeroy n Boch, from Linda at More Fun Less Laundry
Flatware - faux bamboo, Horchow's
Yellow bowls - Arteflorum from Horchow's
Dinner plates - Calico by Queen's
Pasta bowls - Toscana Versilia Made In Itally
Egg Cups - Arzberg, belonged to my grandmother
Berry strainer bowl - Hand made by a local artist
Salt and Pepper - Hand painted, Germany
Glasses - estate sale
Coffee cups - made by sister in law
Herb pot - Albany, Texas
Egg warmer - antique
OOOh, I just realized that this is post #499! Who would ever have thought this... I guess we will have to have a giveaway later this week! Stay tuned.
Thank you so much for joining me. I so appreciate your visit and love your comments. I'll be partying at
Would love to see you there.