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  1. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful…loving all the white. Those “glass of friendship” tumblers are wonderful! I would be happy to find some of those branches…they really make a statement.

    1. Thanks so much, Marigene! I had fun with this one, because anything that makes winter a little more bearable is something I’m all for… 🙂

  2. Very elegant! I like the texture that the pinecones and wood elements bring in to contrast the sparkling silvers and whites. Lovely…

  3. It’s so wintry, yet so cozy, too! So pretty! I have that very same table from Ethan Allen! Most of my furniture is from there.

  4. You have THE most beautiful home decor….. I’d love to hear your tips for accessible storage and organizing things that don’t get used on a daily basis. I recently found your blog and am so inspired to up the ante on ‘pretty” in our home. Love this winterscape…so….so…. much!

    1. What a lovely lovely comment!! It means so much to me… 🙂 I am definitely planning to do a storage and organizing post, as I’m generally the most freakishly organized person on earth, but with all I purchased recently for the blog, I’ve been wanting to set up a new storage system for these new items. I’ve got the closet with shelves targets for this, but I need to do the work or setting it up first. Be on the lookout. Thanks so much for visiting and taking the time to comment!!

  5. I’m not a fan of winter either Lory, but I did enjoy your winter white table with pine cones and snowy branches! Love the french water glasses and the pewter vase on the cake stand ~

    1. Thanks, Jenna! Yeah, winter really is a tough one for me. Honestly, I can just about deal with the cold, but utterly hate snow. Funny that I don’t mind a snowy white table… 😉

  6. Lori again you have created such an elegant table you leave us speechless. when you put the branches in the jars do you use some kind of adhesive spray for the snow to stick on with. I wish I could tour your home and enjoy the loveliness you have everywhere.Susie

    1. Thank you so much, Susie! Such a nice compliment… 🙂 The branches actually came with the snow on them. In fact, it kept falling off every time I moved them. One of these days I hope to put a full tour up on the blog.

  7. Gorgeous tablescape and your photography is amazing! I could look at these pics all day never mind sitting down to eat at the fabulous table setting!

    1. Thanks so much, Lori! I really appreciate that comment because I’m just thinking I’m ready to upgrade my camera as I’m wondering if my photos are as clear as I once thought. Glad to hear it’s not urgent… 😉

  8. Just beautiful, so crisp and wintry…love it!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY.

  9. The snow flocked trees branches really make a perfect wintery woodland setting. The crystal and silver create the perfect cool feeling! Love the bark server with the candles. I don’t enjoy winter either but somehow I feel I’d miss the seasonal change if I didn’t have it.

    1. Thanks, Liz! I completely agree about the season changes, but I think I would be good with just Spring, Summer and Fall. Maybe it should be Spring, Summer, Fall and Vacation! 😉 Thanks for visiting!

  10. Stunning, breathtaking…not enough adjectives exist to describe this exquisite table! Love it…

  11. Jann Olson says:

    What a stunning table! It really does give Winter a warm glow. Love those chargers and the branches are just beautiful! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  12. This is so pretty! I’ll be featuring your tablescape at The Scoop this coming Monday night. Thank you for linking up!

    1. Suzy, I can’t thank you enough!! The scoop is always my best referrer and when I’m featured, even better… 🙂 Thanks for hosting! I always love participating.

    1. Thank you so much, Laura! After the blizzard we’re getting right now, I think I’ll be doing palm trees next week… 😉 Thanks for stopping by!

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