Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Waverly La Petite Ferme Spice--I LOVE YOU!

Hey y'all! I'm joing Marty over at AStrollThruLife for Tabletop Tuesday! Actually, it's my first time at this party, and I'm afraid my tabletop is a bit lame. I promise to better next time:)

This is our breakfast table...on a normal day. I guess these pictures are more about the fabric I'm using in the kitchen now. I was using a black fabric with gold fleur de lis from Ballard Designs, but I switched it all up for 'La Petite Ferme Spice', by Waverly.

Here's the breakfast table with the placemats and coordinating gingham napkins...not to forget the rooster plate rack and napkin rings, of course!

May I say how much I adore this fabric? Roosters and toile and gingham...I simply cannot stand the cuteness!

The valance has gingham tabs and the door shade has burgundy grosgrain ribbon to tie it up!

I probably have posted a photo of the oven mitts before, aren't they the cutest? {Probably more appropriate for Oven Top Tuesday}
And, the coordinating gingham runner on my island...

Thank you for visiting with me today, now hop over to Marty's site for Table Top Tuesday!

26 comments:

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Hi Miss Janice! I love that fabric...it's so frenchy! And your kitchen is gorgeous, too! Happy week!...hugs...Debbie

Jeannette said...

Morning Miss Janice! This is such a refreshing toile pattern/color combo! My favs too check/toile/roosters!! Love fashions from last couple posts! I'm laughing also because Burberry is another fav of mine! Never can decide between the Chanel or Burbs!lol Have a warmer day! Sincerely, Jeannette

Carrie said...

I enjoy your combination of fabrics...they are so fresh and lovely. The details make for a pleasing setting!

Liz said...

Waverly is the best! They do such a good job capturing the French Country flavor. Your Kitchen is Beautiful! :)

~Liz

I Do Declare said...

I loev that toile pattern - right down to the oven mits!

Farrah said...

Toile and gingham, heavenly!

Shelia said...

Oh, Miss Janice! I'm in love too! I adore this darling toile and the tiny little checks look wonderful with it! The rooster plate stand is fab! Love those valance and the door shade! I love your entire room.
be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Kathryn @ Bonafide Southern said...

Your table top isn't lame at all! In fact, it's just beautiful. I don't thinking toile and gigham could ever be described as lame. I especially love your little rooster napkin rings! Thanks for sharing.

CRICKET said...

I love roosters too - so cheerful!

Tardevil said...

Very nice, Miss Janice! Love that Easter picture in your top photo. Especially like the pink pitcher and all of the rabbits!

PAT said...

The fabric is a favorite of mine. Beautiful tabletop, Miss Janice.

Stacey said...

I have always loved that fabric. Did you find your pieces pre-made? It all looks beautiful with your green walls.

Angie said...

I love it too! It's probably my absolute favorite. Looks so great in your cute kitchen!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

I love toile and gingham. Your placemats and napkins are just gorgeous together. Your rooster plate stand is wonderful. What a great piece. Your window coverings are lovely and the table runner is just beautiful too. I love it all. Thanks so much for joining the party. This is a perfect display. Hugs, Marty

Jeanette said...

I love the fabric and the way they all coordinate!

Leslie @ A Blonde Ambition said...

I'm loving the fabric and that rooster plate is just too cute! Not sure if it is because I'm southern, but I love anything rooster-esque for my kitchen!

Have a great Tuesday, darlin'!

PoshMomma said...

Miss J., you are not capable of being lame. Totally charming, per usual & I'm wild for the toile.

Debbie said...

I agree that fabric is so pretty, the colors are perfect in a country french setting!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I'm sorry...what is it I came here for? I saw your header and forgot my name!!! GORGEOUS! :):)

Now...Tabletop..yes..
Your placemats are so cute..and the dressing on your island...adorable.

Sorry..but that header is the cutest ever. EVER!
Mona

linda said...

Beautiful kitchen and accessories...
Miss Janice, a question for you....Since you change your pocketbooks often ( to go with your outfits)how do you manage your wallet/keys/makecase/sunglasses? Do you keep it all in one bag and simply change your pocketbook or do you have seperate little bags for makeup/wallet etc? Thanks!

Farrah said...

I left something for you on my blog.

Kimberly said...

Just beautiful!

I am so glad I found your site I have linked up, and I am now following you. Pop on over and see mine. I would love to hear from you.

So very pretty.

Trish said...

Oh how DARLING! I am totally in love with your valence and door curtain. Soooo sweet. I have the same fleur de lis wine coaster! Every time I see roosters now I am going to think of you :) XO

Mrs. G said...

Oh, I love that fabric. It looks so good with all of your rooster gear. We are heading down your way. I have been looking on line for a Resturant in the Stuart area where we can dress up a bit on Saturdy night. The only thing I came up with is the Pirates Loft Resturant. Is it good/bad??? Any other suggestions? We get in town around noon so would like to stay in the area.
Hugs,
Sue

Bella Michelle said...

Just wanted to pop by and tell you how much I adore your new Easter/Spring blog header! I am so desperate for Spring and am soaking in any bit I can find (even in blogland).

Miss Janice said...

Linda, it does present a problem when I change pocketbooks all the time. I keep things seperate and I usually leave something important at home:)