From a distance, this table might look suspiciously like my 1956 "Brookpark" table from last week, but I have used another vintage dinnerware pattern.
My first pink pattern was this Hazel Atlas "Pink Crinoline" or "Ripple Pink" that has been passed down to me. I got a few pieces from both sides of my family, but it is hard to add to as the pieces are kind of expensive and hard to find.
When I made the placemats for last week's table, I used this floral fabric on the reverse as a lining. All I did was turn them over...
I used again the Colony/Indiana Glass "Whitehall" iced tea glasses along with my mother's 1961 Oneidacraft "White Lily" stainless flatware.
Same flowers from last week...
Here are the same placemats turned back over to the check side...
Since I only have two of the Hazel Atlas bowls, I used these Hocking pink "Old Colony" bowls my mother gave me.
The really cool thing is that my 11-year-old daughter took these photos! She came up with some really nice photos, but her specialty is flowers. We are going to do a post that features her flowers soon.
(I think she is amazing!!)
I hope you see how you can take the same items and reuse them for another look. That's what it's all about for me. I hope you enjoyed my vintage Hazel Atlas table!! Thanks so much for stopping by!
The girls' room is finished and they have moved back in and put their own touch in there. I'll be showing my version and their version soon!
I'll be joining Susan at BNOTP for "Tablescape Thursday" so be sure to stop by there!