Thursday, February 18, 2010

A Burleighware Breakfast

 

Good morning my friends out in Blogland!  It's breakfast time here at Low Tide High Style, but before we eat I thought I'd give you a gentle reminder about my Giveaway.  There's still time to win this beautiful white cut work throw.  

 

So if you haven't registered already you have until midnight PST tonight for a chance to win!  Simply click HERE for all of the details.  And if you've already left a comment, become a follower, or posted my giveaway on your own blog...Thank You!!!

So after a very rough morning yesterday, it's time for a brand new day today, and we all know that every good day starts with a healthy and delicious breakfast.  So enjoy a cup of tea, some toast and jam, maybe some scrambled eggs and bacon...make mine extra crispy please!


























I hope each of you have a wonderful Thursday and if you would like to read the epic saga of how I came to be the proud owner of these beautiful Burleigh dishes click HERE.

I'm linking up for Tablescape Thursday with Susan over at Between Naps on the Porch!








19 comments:

  1. Lovely bunnies that spreads in your burleigh wares. They are gorgeous.

    Love the simple way of tablescaping. So elegant and very appealing.

    Have fun.

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  2. I would love to wakeup and be served breakfast at your beautiful table. The dishes and all the accessories are so lovely. Beautiful table setting.

    Sissie

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  3. Oooooh! Am I too late for breakfast???? So lovely Kat. Mr. Tide is a lucky man to wake up to that! Love the aerial shot of your table. I'm guessing you needed a step ladder for that one! ~Lili

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  4. Lovely! I like that the bunnies hopped in to remind us we are at the beginning of the Easter season.!

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  5. The plates are lovely. You've arranged the table so it invites us to sit down and share good food and conversation.

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  6. Beautiful breakfast table. I love burleigh and Emma Bridgewater, we took a trip to Staffordshire two weeks ago to both potteries dishspotting lol. Your napkins are such a gorgeous shade of blue.

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  7. The only thing that could have possibly made this tablescape more appealing is if Pam and Kathleen were sitting there with you sipping tea, enjoying breakfast and laughing over how these beautiful plates came to yours!

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  8. Love your table. I zeroed right in on the little glass dish you have your tea in...gorgeous. I just love those ruffled glass dishes :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  9. They are beautiful dishes, I can see why you fought so hard to get them. I love how all your bunnies match so well. Very pretty!

    Sue

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  10. I love your table setting. Love those napkin rings with the words on them.

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  11. Beautiful table...♥♥♥ the plates!

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  12. Love that Burleigh ware as you know Kat:) Your tablescape is just lovely!! Your breakky sounds great too, make mine extra crispy too please:) Hope you have a wonderful day ~ Tina x

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  13. Love your tablescape. So beautiful. Come by and watch our vlog version. Have a great day. Holly:)

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  14. A perfect spread for your new Burleigh plates. I love the little Emma Bridgewater plate - they are so homey, aren't they. I'll have tea and toast please.

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  15. I'm so excited to see all of your latest finds working together so well :D

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  16. Those napkin rings are great! Wish I had them. I love the idea of doing a pretty tablescape at night and waking up to it for breakfast. I think I'm going to do that.

    Lovely tablescape you did.

    Hugs,
    Joane

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  17. What a wonderful table. I love the napkin rings, they are too cute! Your breakfast sure looks inviting...Thanks for sharing.
    Sharlotte

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