Morning In The Garden

Another beautiful morning here in the Northeast.  What a delightful sunny day.  The weather is still summer like and perfect to enjoy this amazing morning in nature.  As I wrap myself in this tranquil and peaceful blanket that my garden has to offer, I gather a few pretty pieces to make it even more inviting and relaxing.

The colors for this were vignette were actually inspired by this beautiful fall flower arrangement that I purchased for myself.  Yes, I do that from time to time...I just can't resist pretty flowers.  A vintage linen topper and napkins and Royal Doulton tea cups in the Gleneagles pattern give the table a nostalgic look.  Aren't these pieces gorgeous??  There is nothing more beautiful than setting a table with unique vintage finds.  They have a certain magic and nostalgic feel that newer pieces can not provide.  A good book and a healthy snack complete this heavenly retreat in my beloved garden.

I hope these pictures bring a little sunshine to your day and inspire you to create your own little cozy spot too.

















































 

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  1. You set a gorgeous table. Everything from the tablecloth, the china and the roses is perfection :)
    Bravo!!!
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

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    1. Hello Connie,

      Thank you for visiting me and leaving such a sweet and heart warming comment. I do appreciate it blogging sister.

      Have a wonderful week,

      Janet

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  2. Beautiful setting Janet! I love it al fresco and the gorgeous teacups, table cloth and lovely roses. Hugs,
    FABBY

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  3. Everything is gorgeous - I'll be right over for breakfast. I simply love the dishes - they are stunning.
    We had 97 degrees today so to hot for breakfast on the patio.
    Have a great week.
    Mary

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  4. Wow! Looks like you had a beautiful morning! So glad you shared pictures of it, as it made me dream of being there! Unfortunately, here in the Midwest, we had a cold, rainy, dreary fall day. Love your floral china and tea ware!!
    Ann @ Cairn Cottage
    http://cairncottage.blogspot.com/

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  5. Hello and Happy October. Visiting from the Chicken Chick Blog Hop. I enjoyed your outdoor photos-- lovely cups!
    S

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  6. What a romantic and serene table....Your Gleneagles patterned china is beautiful!

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  7. Lovely! I especially like those delicate teacups.

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  8. Beautiful as always! Love the tablecloth and the teacups.

    Carolyn

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  9. Your table looks so lovely and the teacups are so pretty.

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  10. It's so pretty but, it makes me miss my gardens....enjoy the remainder of your beauties!

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  11. this is such a beautiful table setting Janet. I love your lovely arrangement. I love that you treat yourself to pretty flowers once in awhile. I need to take a page from your book and do that!
    sending hugs...

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  12. Just beautiful!! I would love to have tea!! I am your newest follower

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  13. oh my! too bad I live 3000+ miles away on the west coast, I would be over to indulge with you! Lovely, just lovely!

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  14. An absolutely ravishing romantic table! The colours are perfect. ✿◕ ‿ ◕✿

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  15. Good morning Janet,
    What a beautiful setting for your tea! The flower arrangement is gorgeous and I love the vintage teacups and tablecloth. What charm they bring to your table. The fruit cups look delicious. Thank you for coming to tea and have a beautiful day.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  16. Such a beautiful setting and love the pearls too. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  17. Dear Janet,
    Gorgeous china and flower arrangement. Such pretty pictures.
    Best, Ruthie

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  18. Gorgeous! Your outdoor tea time is just perfectly romantic. Your vignettes look amazing!
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  19. It doesn't get any prettier than this - just fabulous!!!

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  20. Beautiful table Janet! The linens, flowers and lovely vintage teacups so expertly arranged by you! The pearls are a perfect touch! I so enjoyed your lovely photos.
    Blessings,
    Linda at The French Hens Nest

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  21. What a beautiful table! Love all ofyour little touches.

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  22. What a perfectly lovely table! The pearls and little painting add such a personal touch.

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  23. Your table looks gorgeous Janet and makes me feel all summery and warm. We really did have the most glorious summer in England this year, so thank you so much for the memories. :)

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    1. Hello Veronica,

      Your sweet comment is exactly what I needed today. It makes me truly happy to know that my post brought back happy memories for you. I hope the weather is still favorable for you in England.

      Thanks so much for visiting. It is truly appreciated.

      Fondly,

      Janet

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  24. Janet, I would love to join you! What a beautiful table. Something a lady would love! Romantic!

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    1. Thank you Yvonne. It would be my pleasure to have you join me for a little afternoon tea and chat.

      Fondly,

      Janet

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  25. Grazie della visita,vengo spesso a visitare il tuo bellissimo blog!E' già da tempo che sono tua follower!Grazie per le belle cose che mostri!Buona giornata!Rosetta

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  26. Gorgeous pictures! The flowers and china are beautiful. I love the whole vignette,
    so very beautiful and romantic.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  27. Your photography is fabulous... the richness of colors and the clarity bring it all to life on our screens. Feels so very english or perhaps a bit of Downton Abbey? Would love to join you in the garden for a spot of tea!

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  28. what a lovely setting thanks for sharing I'm lorraine at http://lorrainesresources.blogspot visiting from thursday hop

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  29. Oh, this is truly beautiful....every single detail! Your blog is absolutely lovely! I'm your newest follower!!!


    Love/hugs/blessings,
    Lana
    www.lanaseuropeanvintage.com

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  30. The tea cups, the roses, the pearls, and the lovely framed picture make a beautiful vignette. I would love to sit down and have a cup of tea and read for an hour in this beautiful peaceful setting.

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  31. Lovely tea cups! Such beautiful photo. I will take a look in the links given. I can see you prepared everything with love!

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  32. Janet,

    Tudo tão lindo!!

    Parabéns1!

    beijinhos,

    Lígia e =ˆˆ=

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  33. Ahhh, to have coffee in such a cup outside today! Sunshine on golden leaves and a cat on my knee :)

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  34. Such beautiful photos & I love your china it is lovely :)
    New follower, Francine

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  35. Your tablescape has the look of Fall and it is lovely! The flowers have such rich colors, just like the trees right now. You china is so pretty and aren't we lucky to still be able to be outside! Enjoy the warmth and the sunshine!
    ♥ Jil

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  36. What a lovely, lovely post! The floral arrangement is gorgeous, as are your cups, BUT that vintage tablecloth is to die for! I hoped for more of a closeup...just wanted to enjoy its beauty more closely! So glad I stopped by! ~Zuni

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  37. love the tea cups! what a beautiful setting for sitting & enjoying the garden with a cup of tea!
    Helen

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    1. Hello Nanna,

      Thank you for stopping by and leaving me your sweet comment. It is truly appreciated.

      Janet

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  38. I love the Gleneagles pattern. It reminds me a bit of the Coalport Sevres Group. Your fruit compote is the perfect dish for your gorgeous Fall tablescape. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

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    1. Thank you for visiting Cherry Kay. I appreciate your sweet words.

      Janet

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  39. Such an enchanting post - would so love ot share a beautiful morning with you in your garden. I am delighted that you shared with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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