Friday, January 13, 2012

~Simple Winter Table Decor~

Since I'm loving simplicity right now, I decided to add this galvanized feeder to the center of my dining room table.  Fillling it only with candles and pinecones.  I like to keep pinecones around the house through the winter to add a little nature.



I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.  They are calling for snow around here....we'll see.   I'll be spending my weekend getting things ready for the Junk Salvation Show coming up the first weekend in February.  I will have a coupon that you can print for $1 off admission at the end of this post.  Hope to see you there.  Enjoy!  xoxo K.

Also, I've had a few people ask me where I got my burlap curtains and I purchased them online at Ballard Designs.

Linking up with:
Debra for Vintage Inspiration Friday
Courtney for Feathered Nest Friday
LaurieAnna for Farmhouse Friday .




46 comments:

  1. It all looks so clean and simple! I've been looking for some winter decorating ideas, this is great! Those curtains from BD are great, my friend has them and they look and feel awesome!

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  2. Kathleen your dining room looks beautiful! I love the galvanized feeder with the candles, so pretty!!

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  3. "Simply" beautiful, Kathleen. love the container with the staggered candles. gosh, I'm lovin' your new photos!!

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  4. Hi Kathleen:
    It's all so charming! LOVE the size of that window you have on the small table. Perfect!
    Have a great weekend!
    Roselle

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  5. Simply pretty! I really like your centerpiece.

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  6. serenely and simply lovely! happy week-end to you! ;)

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  7. I love your home Kathleen and I want to move in!! All your decor is just perfect!!
    Blessings~

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  8. Beautiful centerpiece on your table..Have a great weekend..

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  9. Ahh...I love candles. What a lovely table.

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  10. Oooh...love it! I have one of those at my warehouse, I just noticed it was looking a little lonely the other day. I think you have just inspired me to bring it home and give it a place on the table for a while! It looks great!

    Have a great weekend!
    Mary

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  11. Hi Kathleen!
    Love the feeder.. Great idea with the candles... I must have one of those tucked away in my shop somewhere!! I think I may have to do the same thing!! Isn't ballard the best!!
    Have a wonderful weekend!!! Stay warm!!!
    xoxoxox
    Cheryl;-)

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  12. Very pretty photos. Love the varied shades of white and the simple candles. Ballard Designs has great items.

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  13. lovely! I'm all into the simplifying as well! I got an old dough bowl for Christmas that is now my dining table centerpiece. I haven't even filled it! I just love the wood so much, I don't want to cover it up!!

    happy weekend...

    Polly

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  14. Lovely! I have the same curtains- ordered them years ago and one pair are my shower curtain in the guest bath! I liked them so much :D
    Burlap rules!
    xx
    z

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  15. So very pretty! Wish you the best with the show...so wish I was closer.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  16. I LOVE the chicken feeder! It looks lovely!

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  17. Your dining room looks so warm and cozy. I, too, am definitely into a 'less is more' mode. I've been editing all day!
    Best wishes for the JS show....sure wish I could be there.
    xxoo
    Susie

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  18. I was just going to ask you the same things about the curtains! I really don't have curtains on any of my windows in my house. Now that everyone has moved out and its just me, I'm starting to think I might like some curtains. I so wish I could jump in my car and just drive up North to your show. I haven't been to Oregon is such a long time. When my kids were younger we spent some time at Yachats on the coast, and one vacation in, is it Sunriver? Anyway, I always love your house and curtains!!

    Take care, Sue

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  19. So excited you'll be at the junk show in Hillsboro! Did not realize you were from around here. My daughter and I are planning to go--thanks for the coupon! Is it okay to take pictures there for our blogs?

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  20. I will have to try that with my old chick feeder...it looks charming on your farm table. The whole room is lovely and very inviting!
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    :)

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  21. Wonderful
    Whish you a nice weekend
    Kathrine

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  22. I love your simple table design! There's something about the holidays being over that makes us all want simple and clutter free. Your dining room looks beautiful. What is the "terrarium-like" piece by the wall? I can't quite see it - looks like some old clocks etc. are inside? I'll have to look through your posts to see if you've done one on that!

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  23. i agree with your feeling about simplicity. I love the feeding tin. What my eye was drawn to though was the column in the corner of the room. I love it!

    MC

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  24. Looks refreshing and beautiful. I love the shadows in our photo

    Helen xx

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  25. I always Love your Home vignettes, I think you have such a Sweet, Simply Sensational Style~ Have a wonderful weekend....
    Cheryl

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  27. I love the old galvanized pieces....I current looking for an old wooden toolbox for the same purpose, to top my farm table....I simply love the whole overall look of ur dining room. The candles seem to add so much to an already well done space.............Bonnie

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  28. ..so dreamy...Your curtains are wonderful!

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  29. I love those curtains! Gonna go take a look see!

    Love you simply look!

    tot

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  30. I love the simplicity. It always seems to be what's needed after the over abundance of Christmas. Around here when Christmas comes down it's white, a little green and, yes, pinecones! Wish I could get up to Hillsboro for your Junk Salvation show. I should alert my friends in Beaverton!

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  31. Its lovely. I have a chicken feeder too and you've given me a wonderful idea on how to display it!

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  32. Simple, classic, perfection! Good luck with your first show of the year!
    Blessings!!

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  33. Yours is my favorite blog......I love the simplicity of your style, one I have adopted myself! Keep up the great work, I love your table decor!!

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  34. I love all of your white, chippy, goodness! Such inspiration. I just bought a bunch of burlap today to make curtains so I was so glad to see yours!

    ~Shanon

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  35. Love the peacefulness of your room... the center piece just adds the perfect serene touch.
    Blessings
    RE

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  36. Everything so so beautiful! I just love all of it. I finally made up my mind recently that our next kitchen will have white cabinets and a wood floor, hopefully butcher block counter tops. Seeing your lovely post has finalized the white and natural wood look. It's just so soothing and restful.Thanks for the pretty post!
    Faye

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  37. Love your simple winter decor,Kathleen!It looks so inviting and the photos are beautiful.Did you take them with your new camera?Have a wonderful evening.
    Hugs,
    Marie

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  38. You are just going to ROCK that show, Kathleen! Your sense of style is outstanding and so beautiful! Your dining room is so cozy and welcoming, it makes me want to go back and redo mine! lol! I know I've probably asked you before, but where did you get your fabulous clock on the wall? :)

    xoxo laurie

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  39. Love everything and between in this room, it looks so cozy :)

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  40. Love, love, love it! I love it's simple beauty. Pinning it!

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  41. You have somehow made all this white, warm and inviting!

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  42. Love it all...have fun at Junk Salvation, wish I could be there!

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  43. Just the right amount of shabby chic balance, not overdone The natural elements of wood, the candles and the white sends me to dreamland.

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