Our kitchen table is one of my favourite spots for a cloche center piece.
I don't have a glass cloche (the huge one I had broke a few years ago) but I do have a pair of tall black wire cloches.
After visting an estate sale this weekend I decided to use the platter and two little creamers I picked up, for $5 total, in a little cloche vignette for Marty's Winter Cloche Party.
Then the large wooden spool was added to give some height to the little Meakin ironstone creamer.
My favourite colour combination -shades of whites with woods and grounded with black.
This is a very simple little vignette pulled together with my collected pieces but I love how it mimics the colours and textures from the display on the freshly painted buffet and hutch behind it.
And this is the same cloche from earlier in the month with the chunky candle cozy I knit and some little hearts I sewed.
I used a vintage cutwork napkin in the tray and added a tarnished pedestal plate to give the cloche a lift
The hearts were sewn with leftover cotton quilt batting and linen tea towelling fabric.
Even the little knit candle cozy has a heart -a heart button!
I will be sharing this at...
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at Coastal Charm
Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style
Be Inspired at Elizabeth and Co.
Marty at A Stroll Thru Life's Winter Cloche Party
Country Whites Weekend at The Country Farm Home and Old Time Farmhouse