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  1. Such a gorgeous table as always, Lory! The mix of fuchsia with the orange is such a perfect summer combo and I love how it pops against all your white. And of course, that urn makes my heart go pitter patter – it makes the table!! 🙂


  2. Michelle Buzek says:

    As usual, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! It’s so funny that you mentioned the napkin rings because I was actually going to ask you where you got them?!

    1. Ah, yes, the napkin rings! They are so special. I wish they didn’t discontinue them. I get asked all the time… 🙂

      1. Karen Lally says:

        Love all your designs. However, I am wondering where you put your platters of food since the table is already set and so beautifully. Do you remove your plates to the kitchen, plate them and then bring them back in individually ?

        1. Thank you, Karen! Yes, I never put platters of food on the table. I typically serve buffet style or plate everything in the kitchen.

  3. Absolutely beautiful! I have been eyeballing and drooling over your tablescapes for some time now. I am wondering how your store all of your goodies? You have such a lovely variety or dishes and linens, I am wondering how you keep track of all of them! Also, I have been looking for the perfect white dishes for a loooong time and can’t seem to make up my mind. Do you have a favorite? Best wishes…

    1. Thank you so much, Leslie! I’ve been meaning, for a while, to do a post about where I store my tabletop items, but my neat system has been needing updating as my collection has grown. It’s coming soon, or at least one of these days… 😉 I do have a favorite, but I don’t own them yet. I love Arte Italica’s Finezza pattern in white. Some day you will see them on a table of mine, though… 🙂

  4. So gorgeous as always, Lory! Thanks for organizing such a beautiful tour.
    Hugs, Jamie

  5. Biodynamic Barb says:

    Oh! Adding the orange tulips was BRILLIANT!

    Thanks for the links – I bought the peonies (they were such a good price!) and the tulips. LOVE that combination! Still looking for roses in the right color.

    Are your peonies real or faux? If they’re faux, they’re phenomenal quality.

  6. Love your tablescapes Lory….they are always so elegant and classy. Thanks for bringing us together, as always. xo, Janet

  7. Bobbi Duncan says:

    Gorgeous, as always! I am drooling over the Limoges china–would you be so kind as to let us know the patterns, pretty please. Everything you put together is simply stunning, Lory, and I’m always so excited to view your posts. Have been enjoying our fabulous weather –a far cry from last year’s almost constant rainy spring days. Thanks ever so much for the info. on Blindsgalore–came just in time as we are ready to tackle that change from blinds to shutters–can’t wait for that new look! Hugs!

    1. So glad to hear that about the shutters!! They’re awesome! Thanks also for your kind words. I actually tried ti track down the name of the Limoges patterns but to no avail. I wish they just labels the back… 😉

  8. There are so many lovely little touches on this table…I especially love the flower in the napkin ring. Thank you so much for all the work you do to gather us together. You are the best!

  9. SO perfectly perfect! The all white foundation is totally near and dear to my heart! 😉 Thank you for another stunning table to sigh over and inspire me!

  10. Cecilia from Georgia says:

    I love the elegance and comfort of your tables. They are so inviting and your chandelier is incredible. It amazes me how you can put together so many beautiful tablescapes. XOXO

  11. Cynthia Sirois says:

    Stunning, as usual! I especially love the ruffled tablecloth. A lovely combination of neutrals with a pop of color!

  12. Teddee Grace says:

    So pretty. Love the shutters and is that little gold salt cellar part of a set? It is so cute.