Mad about plaid continues in the Breakfast Room this year.
I couldn't help myself
I found the Tartan plaid placemats at where else? HomeGoods! Everything else (except the ribbon) on the table was pulled from around the house. I purchased the plaid ribbon on the little tree at an obscure website I came upon. I'll list sources at the end of the post.
We gave the salad plates to Mr. DIY's mom one year for Christmas, and she gave them back to us when she was downsizing to assisted living several years ago. I'm glad I have them to remember her by.
Mr. DIY moved the artwork from the Dining Room. I hope it will go with the shade of blue/grey that we choose to paint the walls sometime next year.
Aren't there certain decorations you love getting out every year? For some reason, those snowmen salt and pepper shakers always make me smile.
I hope you are enjoying this last week before Christmas!
I can't wait to make our traditional Breakfast Casserole on Christmas Eve! It's super easy to make the night before, so that all you do is pop it in the oven before you open presents. By the time you're finished opening presents on Christmas morning, it's ready! You can find it HERE.
Tablecloth, placemats, white pitcher: HomeGoods
Dinner Plates: Mikasa Italian Countryside
Salad Plates: from Restoration Hardware many years ago
Plaid ribbon: gandgwebstore.com
Pillow Covers: Amazon.comhttp://amzn.to/2i6XJog... (affiliate link)
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