Thursday, August 25, 2011

Home Sweet Home #29

Welcome to Home Sweet Home!  I have my table ready for dessert and coffee with a little coastal style.

The original inspiration for this table was a table I saw in Waterside Cottages a book by Barbara Jacksier.  I live a mile or less from  a large lake.  I am glad I'm not waterside though, I grew up with areas of water nearby and there were too many snakes!  
My vintage item is the pewter, all of it by Wilton Armetale.
Thanks for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
Now, I would like to feature some wonderful post from last week's Home Sweet Home.

First, Debbie from Debbiedoo's Blogging and Blabbing shared her tips on staining outdoor furniture vs. painting and showed off this beautiful outdoor space.  Click the link to view.

Next, Honey over at 2805 showed off this vintage scale.  Click the link to view.

Confessions of a Plate Addict created a cheesescape and explained how the French are experts on cheese.  Click the link to view.

Kristy, at Starfish Cottage created this beautiful tablescape.  Click the link to view.

And last, Cass at This Old House tells the story of remodeling her kitchen.  Click the link to view.
Thank you to all who join me at Home Sweet Home!

I will join these ladies today:
 Inspiration Friday At The Picket Fence
Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home
Feathered Nest Friday at French Country Cottage
Fridays Unfolded  at Stuff and Nonsense
Farmhouse Friday  at LaurieAnna's Vintage Home
Guidelines for Home Sweet Home Party:
Attention: To link up with inlinkz you must have a permalink back to this party in your post or they will not allow you to link. 
My button is on my sidebar for the party, if you want to use it.   If you are new here I hope you will become a follower.  No Etsy link ups or direct advertising, please.  Please visit some of the other blogs and get some great inspiration.  Thanks.:)
Now let's see your beautiful homes!


Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Your table setting is so welcoming Sherry. Thanks for hosting.

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Hi Sherry, your tablescape is gorgeous, love that dark black-eyed susan! just linked up,
xoxo Debra

Lakeshore Cottage Living said...

Thank you for hosting! I just love your blog!

Nayana said...

Sherry, your table looks beautiful...thank you for hosting.:)

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Sherry, I love your table setting and the table and chairs. So country French. Thanks for hosting.

Linda said...

Love your table...and all of the others too!

La Table De Nana said...

I JUST put big fresh sunflowers in an antique silver pitcher on the dining room table:)
Very pretty post!

Shelia said...

HI Sherry! Oh, I love the looks of your table! Your pewter pieces are so pretty!
Thanks for hosting your fun party and I'm playing today!
Be a sweetie,
shelia :)

Poppy said...

Lovely dessert table! Loved all the pewter especially those shell dessert plates. Wonderful features,as always. Debbie's outdoor space looks gorgeous and the cheesescape is so perfect for a wine tasting party. Thanks for hosting,Sherry and have a great weekend!~Poppy

Chari at Happy To Design said...

Hi Sherry...

First of all...I just love your breakfast nook area, my friend! It's sooo french cottage and I love that! have set such a beautiful coastal dessert and coffee!!! Love, love, LOVE all the vintage pewter pieces...especially the little shell plates! Love the plate of pears and the sunflowers too! Their beauty reminds me that autumn is just around the corner! Lovely table...fabulous photos, Sherry! Thank you for sharing your beautifully set table and lovely home with us! And...thank you for hosting this sweet party! So happy that I could join in this week, dear friend!

I also really enjoyed all of the beautiful tables, vignettes, and homes that you showcased this week! Simply gorgeous!!!

Warmest summery wishes,
Chari @Happy To Design

bj said...

I really like your pretty table, Sherry.
Thanks so much for hosting...
xo bj

Honey at 2805 said...

I am delighted to be featured and pleased as punch to post your button on my blog! I really enjoyed all the features this week. Thanks for being a gracious hostess!

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Hi Sherry! I love your pewter! I actually chose pewter over silver when I got married many moons ago! Thanks so much for featuring my "cheesescape!" Happy weekend!...hugs...Debbie

Emily said...

Sherry, I love your collection of Pewter. The photos are beautiful, I love the deep red of the flowers against the silver color. Lovely! Great features from last week, how do you ever decide? Thanks for hosting.

The French Hutch

Nancy said...

Cute features! Thanks for hosting!

Shirley said...

Dear Sherry,
your pewter looks wonderful. It reflects the coast so much. I was at Cape Cod a few days ago and thought of you when seeing all the beautiful coastal items. I kept saying..oh Sherry would love that..and this and this too! LOL!
If we don't lose power from the up and coming Irene I will be checking out all the wonderful links...

Concetta said...

Dear Sherry,
One of the things I love about visiting your blog is how is always makes me feel like I am visiting a friend. I especially love your post today - my parents have a huge collection of Armetale and I so enjoyed seeing your gorgeous pictures! Thank you for hosting and sharing!

Faye said...

Your pewter is so pretty...
Thanks for hosting!

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

You have a beautiful pewter collection, Sherry! It's not something I see a lot of except in design pictures. Lovely!

SavannahGranny said...

I love your setting. The pewter is so beautiful. Thanks for sharing and hosting. Ginger

Anita@Theycallmejammi said...

Great tablesetting...I love all your pewter. Thanks for hosting such a fun party.

Diann said...

Hi Sherry! I love all the wonderful pewter on your beautiful table! Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend!

stefanie said...

lovin' the pewter!!!

xinex said...

I am late but I linked my post. Ilove your pewters, Sherry!...Christine

Cass @ That Old House said...

Love your table, Sherry! I think I NEED those little pewter shell plates for our beach house.
and snakes? Oh my goodness -- I've lived on salt water in NY and on a river in NJ and never had a snake problem. Eeek!

thanks for hosting this party -- and THANKS for featuring my black hutch (aka Jabba) from my kitchen in this post. How exciting!

Blessings and best wishes, Cass


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