Yep, the old birdcage dining table has made it into my breakfast room. I haven't decided if I like it here or not. I don't usually have the top on the table...
...actually, I take that back. It does not usually look this way because usually these two guys are never found sitting at the table doing homework.
Mr. Boise State is questioning my sudden chest pangs...
I think I'm having a heart attack after witnessing this rare event!
I have had these Wedgwood plates for a few years and have never used or listed them until now.
I kept this table simple, using no tablecloth or placemats. I sometimes like this 'clean' look.
The underplates have the same border as the top plates and are large so I used them as chargers, however they depict something totally different than the floral pattern seen above. These green transferware plates feature a beautifully detailed rendition of Chatham Hall, an all girls boarding school in Virginia.
A small, silk bouquet, a few tealight candles and a pair of birds are placed at the center of the table.