Wednesday, December 7, 2011

I'm Dreaming of a Tartan Christmas


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I'm dreaming of a tartan Christmas.
Tartan packages tied up with bows....

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Tartan treetop embellished with buttons....

Pendleton

Tartan ornaments on the tree....


Flying Clouds Gifts
Wreaths on the door, tied up with tartan ribbon....

Williams Sonoma

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Christmas tablescapes with tartan linens....

vignette design
and tartan plates....

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Dreaming of tartan....

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18 comments:

Nancy @ Nancy's Daily Dish said...

These are all so beautiful Delores! I love tartan too! I've been on the hunt for some chargers. That table you featured with the burlap is on a blog...I just can't remember whose it is but I know I loved it to when I saw it!

Nancy

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Beautiful images Delores!

Kathysue said...

Every single image made me think of YOU!! I pinned a really cool afghan treatment in a plaid on a wingback chair. Go and check it out, it is very RL looking just your cup of tea!!
xo kathysue

Debra @ Common Ground said...

I think we need to start a Tartan lovers club, it's all wonderful and really says "Christmas"!

Sarah said...

Delores, you know I'm savoring these images. Fun to see your tartan table again. I'm going to go back and look at the entire post. Love that table! I found some of the plates last year, but not as many as I wanted. I still need 4 dinner plates. ;-)
~ Sarah

Three Pink Dots said...

Love your Tartan images! I just did a Tartan Chic Christmas table display at a local event in Kansas, here's the link for some tartany images!

http://www.threepinkdots.com/2011/11/holiday-tables-tartan-chic-christmas.html

La Dolfina said...

I love the look of it at Christmas too. I wish it was easier to find.
Beautiful images!!

The enchanted home said...

So pretty.....love it but especially at Christmas time and holidays. Your plates are stunning!! Love mixing it with a rich textile like a dark green or red velvet.

Southerncook said...

LOVE all the tartans. I tried to order that table cloth at WS and they are now sold out. I should have gotten on that sooner.

Carolyn/A Sooutherners Notebook

Marlis said...

Delores.. this is a fabulous collection. I've been coveting the WS tablecloth! nothing is more classic than a tartan! xo marlis

the girl is craftee said...

Nothing says Christmas more than tartan! I love it too. Especially that picnic basket at the bottom ;)

the girl is craftee said...

One more thing, did you see in this months issue of Country Living where a woman framed tartan in small embroidery hoops to make homemade ornaments? It looks adorable! I'm going to try!

Gerry said...

I just bought 4 rolls of plaid wrapping paper this week! Love the new header.

Lizabeth @ Infuse With Liz said...

You're getting me hooked on tartan plaids! I saw RL ones yesterday but they have a big crest in the center and I wasn't sure I wanted that.
I like your mix of patterns on your table!

A Runner's Mind said...

Love your new blog heading....as 1199 other followers probably do too!

Just got back from shopping in Chicago....tartan abounds in the windows of the stores on Michigan Avenue.....clothing, stockings, draperies, etc. I should've taken some pics for you to drool over!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Love tartan and love your new header. I am getting my blog redesigned and should be installed next week.

Sarah Elizabeth Foster said...

I found this tartan dress at Jill Stuart a couple of years ago. I knew I had to have it the minute I tried it on. It was so great that I had to wear it on the cover of my new Christmas song...http://youtu.be/4dMImbE74cs

Simone said...

I love the basket! I want one....

Great new blog heading..I don't know how you find the time!

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