Tuesday, January 26, 2016

~ Brown and White Toile Table ~

It's another dreary day here today, with the past few posts being all about the reno going on I thought I would give that subject a bit of a break  It is oh so close for phase one of the reno to be shared, not quite, there are still a couple of finishing touches I need to make before the reveal. 

I decided
to dig into the archives and ran across one of my favorite posts from 3 years ago to the day it was originally shared. The sun cascading across the table brings back fond memories when things weren't quite as quite as they are today. The memories are my safety net, something no one ever can take away. The table is now gone, the memories linger if we're lucky the sun may decide to pop out to dance across the chairs that now take the place of the dining room table. I hope you enjoy looking back along with myself at the images of the different textures I captured on that day.

As the late afternoon sun drops from the sky shadows fall across the table, I tried to capture the moments of magic that dances around the table. Like actors on a stage each piece becomes more important than the last.
Lingering and persistent shadows hide in the background.













I hope the sun is dancing magic across the path you're on today.

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24 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Your vignette is gorgeous and your pictures are absolutely stunning. I love the shadows and light. Beautiful. Hugs, marty

Lee said...

Lovely brown toille. It's so beautiful.
Love it.
Lisa
Leeshideaway.blogspot.com

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Stunning brown toile china!! I love the vignette you created with it..plus the great photography!!
FABBY

Susan said...

Love Love the china!! Your vignette is gorgeous! Your photograpy is excellent!!

Shana said...

Love the shadows!!

Shana said...

Love the shadows!!

Denise said...

This is a gorgeous table, Lynne!! I love brown and white transferware, but don't often see it. Your lace trimmed cloth is lovely, too. I love the play of light and shadows you've captured in your pictures -- great photography!

Thanks for stopping by my blog and have a wonderful weekend.

Denise at Forest Manor

Karen Mary Butterfly said...

Your collection is beautiful. Your photos are outstanding. You have done such a wonderful job capturing the light and shadows so perfectly
Karen

Designs By Pinky said...

Beautiful pictures AND china!!! I just did a poat and said shadow shots are my FAVE!!! XO, pinky

The HOME GIRL said...

I always get excited when I see you've got another new tablescape you're sharing! I was looking at posts from Seasonal Sunday and I got almost giddy when I saw you posted already! This one is so pretty...you have some gorgeous pieces! Love this! Can't wait to see more! =D

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I would love to have some brown and white transferware. It's just beautiful. You always do such a wonderful job of putting things together. I always make the photo's as big as I can so as not to miss a single thing.
Lynne, to me, decorating is a form of therapy..it just makes me feel good. To have things exactly the same day after day, year after year would send me over the edge I think when things get difficult in life. Your beautiful shop shows your talent off too and I hope you show more of it.
Huge hug!
Mona

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Beautiful china. I love the shadow play.

Jocelyn @
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

Chubby Chieque said...

An absolutely fine china. How I wish to own one. I directly shout and asked GH to drive me for antiquing this week-end.

Hope you had a great w/end and blessed week ahead.

Greetings from an icy Stockholm,
/CC girl

Chubby Chieque said...

An absolutely fine china. How I wish to own one. I directly shout and asked GH to drive me for antiquing this week-end.

Hope you had a great w/end and blessed week ahead.

Greetings from an icy Stockholm,
/CC girl

On Crooked Creek said...

Lynne,
Dear One...you have truly captured the 'Play on Shadows' with this magnificient lighting effect!!!
Not only is the lighting unique, but exquisite are you choices of decor accessories and the hues throughout!
Nicely done, indeed!!!
Fondly,
Pat

Rosemary and Thyme said...

What a great cast. Your toile pieces are just stunning. Your photos captured everything beautifully. Thank you for sharing.

Janet
rosemary-thyme.blogspot.com

Sandra Lee said...

Beautiful pictures. Happy to have found you through Wow Us Wednesday's.

Ann, Heather and Sheila said...

Beautiful pictures! Love the lighting and the subject matter.
Heather from Friendship, Life and Style

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Those are beautiful pieces, Lynne! Your pictures make it look so inviting to sit there and have a cup of tea or coffee with you. I love the way the sun's rays make it look like such a serene and calm setting.

Sarah said...

Beautiful post, Lynne. Sorry I'm late visiting. Love the pretty toile dishes and the shadow play. I like to do the same in my living room when the afternoon sun changes as the minutes tick by. ;-)

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Lynne,
Such a Warm and Wonderful Wintry scene, loved all your pictures.....
Simply Beautiful.
Blessings, Nellie

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Beautiful captures Lynne!

Amy at love made my home said...

It is lovely to be able to look back through your memories on your blog isn't it! Thank you for sharing yours. xx

Rue said...

It was a beautiful post, Lynne :)

I can't believe how much you've gotten done since I visited last! I know you must be so happy to have all that popcorn off the ceiling. I can't wait to see the reveal when you're ready.

hugs to you, my friend,
rue