Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Christmas Hutch

hutch with Christmas china cabinet
I arranged my first Christmas china display in my hutch!  (I got the hutch in July 2010.)

A mug I got for the colors, not the shape.
Have you ever suffered what something called "paralysis by analysis"?  I had so many options and little free time.  I have a collection of "solo" Christmas plates, (Snowman, angels, or Christmas colors) that I could have used.  I could have added garlands,  lights, stemware, ornaments, ornaments in glass jars, candlesticks.  I could have icicles dripping from behind the top rim.  You get the idea. 

Royal Albert Teacup and Saucer
What happened after Thanksgiving?  As a start I put out the bright Christmas plates (Mitford by Hallmark) that I got for a song.  After two weeks or so, I added the milk glass and miscellaneous cups and saucers and mugs.  A day or two before Christmas, we decorated the Christmas tree.  And now?  Christmas has come and gone, and New Years Day is just around the corner.  Well, next year...

Hallmark Mitford Christmas China in Hutch

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I am linking up to these memes:
Roses for Show off your Cottage Mon (I was entry 35)
A Picture is Worth for 2nd Time Around (Entry 3).
Shabby Chic for Transformation Thur (Entry 32 of 62+)
Colorado Lady for Vintage Thingies Thur (Entry 14 of 44). 
Brambleberry Cottage for Time Travel Thur (Entry 11 of 27).
Between Naps for Tablescape Thursday (Entry 70 of 120).
Bloggeritaville for Thrifty Thursday 95, (Entry 17 of 76)
French Country for Feathered Nest Friday (Entry 3 of 68)
Common Ground for Vintage Inspiration (Entry 15 of 59).  
Jessica for Favorite Things Friday (Entry 32 of 203).  
Laurie for Bargain Hunting and Chatting (Entry 8 of 24)
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17 comments:

Brayton Homestead Interiors said...

gorgeous- they all go so well together! love your displays


Happy New Year...

Karen

concretenprimroses said...

Lovely! I just love dishes. Your new hutch sure is a great way to display them.
Kathy

Nancy said...

I love how you rearrange your hutch seasonally, with so many beautiful dishes!

I will get a picture of the large, floral platter you are referring to in my post: http://nancysdailydish.blogspot.com/2010/12/spode-copeland-duncan-rural-scenes.html

I will be listing it on Etsy soon and will try to remember to upload some pics for you. Feel free to send me your email address either through my blog or Etsy shop and I'll be sure and get you some nice photos.

Thank you!!!

Nancy

All The Pretty Dishes said...

I love the dishes in the hutch. The colors look great!

jennifer said...

Gosh, it looks so pretty! You will enjoy changing the display in your hutch.

LV said...

The dishes are arranged just right and look very nice in the hutch. You have a great collection with the dishes.

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

your dishes are so pretty!! they look great in your hutch!

http://inthehammockvintage.blogspot.com

Maria said...

What a wonderful way to display all your Christmas dishes! That first mug was awesome! I know what you mean about having little time to play with all the other things that need to get done. Next year, I'm determined to start earlier!

Margie said...

You have a beautiful hutch ... your display is really lovely! Have a happy new year!

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Your dishes are so unique, and I really like the mix. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I appreciate it! I think you will enjoy the book French Essence quite a bit since you are a photographer.

Happy New Year!
Ricki Jill

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Your hutch is just beautiful- I love all your holiday dishes displayed in it- the red and green with the white is so pretty. Thank you for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday - Happy New Year!

Debra@Common Ground said...

Hi Jeanne, your dishes are just wonderful, The gorgeous colors are all that's needed for a beautiful holiday display! Thanks for joining in for VIF,
hugs,
Debra

Donnie said...

What a pretty hutch. Your plates are lovely. Happy New Year.

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Love how you've mixed your china here. Great hutch! Happy New Year.

CAS said...

I think the arrangement looks great. You have so many options for displaying with the way your hutch is made. Great job.
CAS

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Jeanne, your hutch looks so festive and beautiful. I've never seen those HM plates. They are so vibrant, and really brighten up the hutch. I think you made the perfect choice for Christmas decor in the hutch. You are so right - about the time I finish tweaking my Christmas decor, it's time to put it all back up! Thank you for linking to Favorite Things. Have a wonderful 2011! laurie

Brambleberry Cottage said...

By now, you must be sooo happy that you purchased that hutch, Jeanne! It has given you such a wonderful creative outlet.

Thanks for linking to my party. I look forward to seeing what you link up each week.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com