Tuesday, February 1, 2011

A Quite Moment

Can you tell I am longing for a quite moment at the beach.  I am about as far away from that as possible.  Landlocked in the Midwest with an ice storm moving in.  I will post all the week's post now because I may lose power.  I will come back and link them up later if I am not able to on time.

But, I can dream.....about the beach.

Real French pressed glass goblets.  I found these at Marshall's last fall for $2.00 a piece.

Thanks for joining me down at the beach for a quite moment.

Pewter seashells by Wilton Armetale.
China by  Imperial pattern Whitney
I will link to:
 Tablescape Thursday  at Between Naps on the Porch
Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home
Feathered Nest Friday at My French Country Cottage
My Favorite Things at Bargain Hunting and Chatting with Laurie 
Go and visit these lovely blogs.


Sweetladyelaine said...

I just love the beach!!!! I can't wait for the sun to shine and warm weather. I lived in Buffalo until December 22, 2010, now we are in Houston. I don't miss the snow.....Houston is so unpredictable!
I love your goblets and dishes. I can see me sitting at your table and looking out over the ocean. Just so peaceful and quiet! Thank you for sharing a beautiful oceanscape!

Cindy said...

Oh...I'd love to have a quiet time at the beach also! Try to enjoy the cold snow...summer is coming!

Beth said...

Your china is gorgeous, Sherry! Love your still life with the roses, shells and candles too. I also am in the midwest and we've had about 3 inches of snow so far - no ice, just snow but wind and cold is coming as well as more snow. I need to get out with the snowblower - now that I stay home, that's my job! lol
Stay warm, dear lady and I hope your power stays on.
Hugs and blessings, Beth

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I loved joining you at the beach. What a pretty table, and those silver shells just send me! I have those same glasses and love them. Aren't they the cutest?


Sheila :-)

La said...

I hope your dream comes true for all of us in the path of this latest storm. You bring the beach chairs, I'll bring the fruity drinks with umbrellas. :o)

Stay warm and safe, Sherry. La

Blondie's Journal said...

Oh...those glasses!! I want them!

I am worried about our power, too.


Marigene said...

Sherry, beautiful table...you are dreaming about being at the beach! Hope you are staying warm in this cold weather.

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

This is so gorgeous! Beautiful china and stems. THis is like a romantic trip to the beach. Thanks for your visit last week -- I'm really late in getting around.

Nancy said...

We all need quiet times, some time!
Your table setting is really beautiful. I love the French pressed glasses. What a great deal! The silver seashell dishes are so cute too!


Nancy said...

I think we all long for some quiet, at times. I know I do!
Your beach setting is really beautiful. Those pressed glasses are some of the prettiest. I can't believe they were only $2 a piece! I think the shell shaped dishes are so pretty too.
What a great photo to close with!


Pat said...

Beautiful table, beautifully photographed, Sherry!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

So beautiful. We live in Florida so we also enjoy the sea side decorations.


Sylvia said...

Such an intimate ,dreamy, stylish table ...I am in love with these French glasses !

Thank you for this quite moment !

Dining Delight said...

Very soothing pics of your lovely beach inspired tablescape! Don't despair, before we know it, summer will return!


Miss Char said...

Beautiful table and your photos are so pleasing to the eye. Thanks so much for sharing your dreamy beach.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Such a peaceful beautiful setting Sherry (as I listen to the wind whip the shingles off the roof)! So wishin' I was enjoying a warm ocean breeze:@)

Mary said...

I enjoyed my quiet visit to the beach. Lovely goblets! I hope you don't lose power & stay warm~

Marlis said...

I've been dreaming about sunshine and warm temps too. Your table is wonderful. I just love your dishes.

Entertaining Women said...

The pattern on your Whitney china reminds me of the undulating curls of the ocean's surf...perfect for a tablescape to capture the romance of the sea. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I commented onece on this, but I just have to say again, how much I love it, Sherry!

Happy Tablescape Thursday to you...


Sheila :-)

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

I feel the warm of the beach. How I wish I could scape the chilly Stockholm.

I can't believe I managed to struggle year after year living here, while the Philippines is waiting for me inviting the exotic weather §;-)

I love the simplicity you have in your table, girl! But, remember, simple is always the best.

Have a great w/end ahead, girl.

hugs & blessings,

Gypsy Brocante said...

A wonderful setting ... "beach romance" ... timeless!
I'm also dreaming of days at the beach ... enough snow already!!

Pattie T. said...

I LOVE French glassware. That was a steal. Very nice table.

Barbara said...

Oh, you just took me away. The beach sounds lovely. I love your goblets and your pewter shells. I hope you survived the storm, all cozy inside- dreaming of the beach.

Tricia@The Dull and the Dutiful said...

i really hope you didn't lose power! We've had rolling power outages here in Texas -- not fun, especially the one that started just as I stepped from the shower! Your table is lovely -- beautiful china! And the French glassware is so appealing.

Chari at Happy To Design said...

Hi Sherry...

Ohhh...sooo beautiful, my friend! Your soft pink roses are exquisite and I loved your photos! Beautiful!!! Such a pretty table...ahhh, it takes me away to the beach as well! What a wonderful thought! Thank you for sharing it with us today!!!

Warmest winter wishes,
Chari @Happy To Design

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Good luck with all that bad weather...if it makes you feel better...our 70's are gone now and we are freezing here at the BEACH:) Beautiful coastal tablescape.


Brenda Kula said...

I LOVE those goblets! Wish I could find some. You do put out the prettiest displays!

Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

This is lovely. I am hosting a Giveaway on my blog. Would love for you to stop by. hugs Anu

AshTreeCottage said...

What a beautiful tablescape!!

Susan and Bentley

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Oh Sherry, this is beautiful, and it is so peaceful and it does make me think of the beach. Loving that beautiful stemware, and the china is gorgeous and perfect for such a serene tablescape. Thank you so much for linking this to Favorite Things. (also, thank you for putting my party button on your blog). Have a great weekend. laurie

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Oh Sherry this is so pretty...I just love the warm glow of candles on a winter day...Your table is just lovely my friend..Hugs and smiles Gloria

Pink Roses and Teacups said...


I live in central NJ, and I am having those nasty storms too. We are getting hit again tomorrow with a snow/ice storm. I long for spring!

Through My Red Door said...

Wow, you've made me long for the beach even more than I was! We aren't getting the storms as bad as the midwest here in the DC area this year, but I feel like you! Stop by and pick me up on your way?!

Hope you didn't lose power, but somehow I think your home would be warm and cozy even if you did!

Stay warm!

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Girl after my own heart!! I love the beach too- it calls to me BIG time!! LOL! Your table looks gorgeous- love the seashell dishes and the french pressed goblets- thank you for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday! Hope you are warm and dry and have your power! :)

Kimberly said...

I used to have those same dishes. Miss them! Lovely post. :)


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