Romantic Vintage Valentine Tablescape


Happy Friday, Friends! Welcome to the Valentine's Day Tablescape Blog Hop, hosted by Chloe at Celebrate and Decorate! If you're new here, welcome! I have absolutely loved visiting all of the gorgeous tablescapes all week. I've gathered some favorites--from my vintage collections as well as a few handmade projects to create a romantic vintage Valentine tablescape... 


romantic Vintage Valentine tablescape


If you've been here before, you know in addition to being addicted to thrifting, I'm a dishaholic, too! I love layering dishes. I've had the vintage Noritake china and the gold flatware for over thirty years--that's right, I received them as a child--wink, wink! The pink plates are vintage Hazel Atlas Moderntone, and the sweet little floral plates are Homer Laughlin Georgian. Both dish sets were thrifted finds, as were the lace napkins and tart tins. 


romantic vintage Valentine tablescape


Here's a closer peek at the floral plates, and my upcycled tart tins. 


romantic vintage Valentine tablescape




romantic vintage Valentine tablescape


I've had these little love bird salt and pepper shakers for ages--they were on clearance at Pier One. {See how to pair fresh baby's breath with faux greenery, here!}


romantic vintage Valentine tablescape


You may have noticed I layered runners, too. The nubby ombre blush and rose "runner" is actually a handmade scarf I found at one of my favorite local church bazaars.


romantic vintage Valentine tablescape


I crafted my first DIY dollar store peony wreath last year about this time of year. I've enjoyed it so much that it's displayed year round in my bedroom--so I made a second one this year. 


romantic vintage Valentine tablescape


Here's a view in romantic candlelight....


romantic vintage Valentine tablescape


...and a reflection from one of the vintage mirrors on my gallery wall.


romantic vintage Valentine tablescape


Happy almost Valentine's Day!


romantic vintage Valentine tablescape


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romantic vintage Valentine tablescape


Thanks for stopping by--be sure to visit the rest of the blogs below for more Valentine inspiration! 


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22 comments:

  1. Love the reflection in your mirror of your lovely table! Your scarf provides such a warm and cozy runner for your table along with all your thrifty finds. Happy to be blog hopping with you this week, Happy Valentine’s Day. ♥

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  2. Cecilia, I adore this table, from that nubby textured scarf as runner to the sleek gold flatware (really, 30 yrs, wow?! what's old is definitely new and trendy again!). The plate stack with Noritake, Hazel Atlas and Homer Laughlin are really beautiful together (And the latter 2 were WV based companies!). Your finds are always so fun to see, and to see what you do with them. Great table, nice way to end the week with fellow bloggers.

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  3. As always, your vintage finds work so well together. That cherub centerpiece, the heart tins, and vintage plates are lovely.

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  4. Pink perfection! Love your dishes and the pretty tulips with the cherubs. The gold accents are beautiful with your setting and I especially love the gold hearts! Love the pink scarf idea for the runner. Beautiful job!

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  5. So soft and pretty Cecilia, and I love all the textures you've combined to make your table cozy yet elegant! The vintage pink plates and heart tins are so incredibly sweet, and the heart wreath on the wall, and the photo in the mirror, wonderful! Happy Valentine's Day!
    Jenna

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  6. Very pretty table Cecilia. Love the softness look. The tulips look so pretty in your cherub vase. The Vintage dishes really are lovely with the little gold hearts ❤️. Love your sweet wreath you created.

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  7. Your whole dining room looks so lovely! I loved that heart wreath last year:) Great idea to use that pretty pink scarf. Xo Kathleen/Our Hopeful Home

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  8. Cecilia, such a soft and lovely table. You are so creative and clever in how to mix and match elements. I particularly love the sweet vintage items you incorporated.

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  9. So sweet. I like the use of your double runner and your tulips in the cherub vase. So adorable. The texture in your second pink runner is an added touch. It goes so well with the little bird cages and lily of the valley greenery. What a lovely combination of pieces. Happy Valentine's Day.

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  10. Oh my!So Sweet and beautiful!Gorgeous vignettes!

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  11. Cecilia, I love your table and especially your use of the textured scarf. The plate stack is so pretty and the tulips in the cherub vase are really lovely. The image in the mirror is perfect! It has been a pleasure blog hopping with you this week and Happy Valentine”s Day!

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  12. Cecilia I love your Hazel Atlas vintage dishes, as I have them in pink crinoline and blue crinoline....love the softness of the hues. Taking a pic through the mirror gave us another prospective of your table and it is lovely. The little white bids salt & peppers are so cute and I believe I will try my hand at making the dollar store peony wreath. I can't grow peonies in Florida, but the wreath would give me peonies year round. Happy Valentine's Day! Kari @ Me and My Captain

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  13. I hope you don't mind if I borrow your idea for the tin tarts. I have a box full that haven't been used in a while. You have a knack for finding some of the cutest treasures, the scarf is perfect for this table. Beautiful work!

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  14. Everyone has said it already; your tablescape is beautiful and your home looks so serene and welcoming! You had me at the pink tulips!

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  15. Such a beautiful, inspiring table, Cecilia! I love how you layered the runner and used a scarf. So creative!! Your wreath is so pretty. It would be fun to create one! I am so happy to be on this blog hop with you. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  16. You cracked me up with the "dishaholic" comment. I think I am in there with you! The pink tulips are perfect, especially in that sweet little cupid dish. The tin tarts are adorable! Thank you for sharing your styling talents with us for another blog hop!

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  17. The whole room looks so magical and romantic Cecilia! You had me right away with those pretty pink tulips in the little vintage planter. As always you have so many wonderful vintage treasure and have incorporated them into a lovely tablescape.

    So happy to be joining you again this week for another hop. Have a Happy Valentine's Day!

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  18. Thank you so much for sharing with us, Cecilia! I love your setting and your creative use of so many things. That shot of the table in the mirror is fabulous.. Happy Valentine's Day to you, so fun hopping with you!

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  19. So pretty Cecilia. Love the tulips and the way you used the pink scarf. I I am ready for Spring weather.

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  20. Cecilia, you have set such a beautiful table for Valentine's Day. I am a dishaholic, too. I keep promising not to bring another dish home, but when I'm out thrifting, they just seem to follow me home. I am swooning over your sweet, pretty floral plates. It has been so much fun being on this hop with you! Happy Valentine's Day!!!

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  21. So pretty, Cecilia! I love the blush-colored scarf as a runner; perfect texture contrast to the smooth dishes. Always love to see your dish hoard...to see if I have some of them, too;) Happy Vday!

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  22. Everything about your dining room this Valentine's is delicious, Cecilia! I started reading through the blog hop last week but hadn't finished. So glad to find your post today as part of Vintage Charm. Glad you and Kathleen are still going strong!!! Just lovely... I pinned a BUNCH of your photos to many of my boards. <3

    Happy Valentine's Day to you and your family,
    Hugs,
    Barb :)

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