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  1. The croissants are making my mouth water….

  2. Cecilia from Georgia says:

    This is such a sweet idea for guests and can be switched to different themes like upcoming July 4th when my house is overflowing with company. I have to use the flower 🌸 cones you shared, in some way, because I think they are so adorable. Have a wonderful weekend!

    1. Yes, love the idea of doing this for 4th of July!! And definitely use those cones… 🙂 Maybe I’ll do them for another season?

  3. Oh what a treat it would be to be a guest at your home and come down to this gorgeous breakfast setting. When would be a good time for me to come visit? ha ha ha

  4. Deborah Holmes says:

    I can find the glasses in this week’s post but they seem shorter!! Are your glasses 8oz. or larger???

    1. Mine appear pretty tall, so I thought they were more than 8oz, but I just measured and sure enough they are 8oz. They’re a bit narrow, which gives the tall appearance.

  5. Juliet Neely says:

    I have a question. How do you keep all your silver looking great. Do you polish it all regularly.

    1. I do polish my silver from time to time. Since most of it its vintage, I like to keep the dark areas in the recesses, so when I polish it, I do it fast and purposely try not to get it too shiny. I use silver wipes to make the job super easy.

  6. Love your breakfast bar ideas. Looks so pretty and welcoming. I will definitely be doing this when I am able to have guests stay with me. I like that your silver isn’t perfectly polished, gives that vintage look.

  7. I love pink and silver together. This is lovely and inviting thank you.

  8. Lory, those napkin rings are beautiful. You hardly ever see any in thrift shops.
    One of my favorites are the ones you used for the Hanukkah tablescape.
    When I see your antique pieces, I think of your parents. I loved the picture of them dancing.