~Holiday Traditions Tablescape~

The top photo is a hint for an upcoming post. J and I visited Historic South Main Street, in St Charles, Missouri, last Friday. Look for more photos, later this week.

The table, in the dining room, is set with Mikasa Holiday Traditions, for this week's Tablescape Tuesday. The Mikasa is a recent purchase, all because of a phone call from our eldest daughter, who told me about a wonderful deal, on the china, at Overstock.com. Have you shopped Overstock?
Stop by Between Naps on the Porch, for more Tablescape Tuesday, hosted by Susan.

I put together this silk arrangement several years ago. When I was looking for something to use in the center of the table, I remembered this arrangement was in storage. While it's a tad tall for conventional dining, it fits perfectly for Tablescape Tuesday.
This stocking, hanging on the hall closet door, is one of the additions I've made, while tweaking our holiday decorating. This was used in a guest room, in years past.
A close up of the Santa bust on the lamp table behind the living room tree.
I used fresh cedar, boxwood and holly, with a live poinsettia and glittery pinecones, for this arrangement in a wicker sleigh, pulled by golden reindeer. The vignette sits beside a lamp table in the living room.