Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Tea Cups on Chandelier

Hanging from my candle chandelier are my Limoges tea and coffee cups...

They never get used and are much too pretty to be hidden away.
I decided to hang them in my sleeping porch...
Last summer they hung from the chandelier in my guest room.







Today I'm joining Sherry at No Minimalist Here for


OPEN HOUSE Linky Party!!


Pamela xo



40 comments:

  1. I think that is gorgeous..is that thin pink ribbon you used? You may have given me another idea for our bedroom..not sure if the hubs will go for it though:) I love this!

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  2. What a unique and lovely idea ~ I think this is just gorgeous. LOVE it ~! ;-)

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  3. Oh Pamela, this is a wonderful way to display your treasured cups! I love your beautiful photos, it looks like they belong in Victoria magazine!
    Hope your having a lovely week.
    Sincerely,
    Melinda

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  4. It is so romantic and a great way to display seldom used china cups. I hung cups on my Christmas tree. I just love this Pamela.

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  5. Awe that is very sweet! oxox, tracie

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  6. What a cute idea...the pretty cups look beautiful hanging from your chandy!

    XO,
    Jane

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  7. I love those little cups displayed that way! You are so right Pamela ~ we should not hide such pretty things away.

    Very enjoyable!!

    Enjoy your lovely weather my friend! :)
    xo Catherine

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  8. I noticed those in yesterday's post and wondered what they were. Very pretty and a sweet idea too! Blessings, Pamela

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  9. What a sweet idea! However did you think of that?
    So pretty.
    Karen

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  10. Beautiful, Pamela! I LOVE it! It is just so romantic looking there...great idea! Now...at MY house...I could just see lil' SweetCheeks with a big old wooden spoon using it to make "chimes"...lol

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  11. How pretty, Pamela! This looks straight out of Romantic Homes Magazine! Love your chandelier, and the mirror is wonderful, too!!

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  12. what a lovely lovely blog which makes me feel as if i'm having the most magical dream...and i must compliment both your roses in the ironstone and your profile pic as it is PERFECT. thank you for commenting today so i could find you. following!

    michele

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  13. Very Pretty Pamela!! And yes they are much too pretty to be put away! Martina

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  14. This is a great post for No Minimalist Here :D

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  15. How charming and creative, Pamela...just lovely!

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  16. What a pretty and crative way of displaying beautiful china! I also love your urn filled with hydrangeas. Everytime I look at your blog I find something new and inspiring (and will probably end up copying!) Have a lovely day x Sharon

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  17. Gorgeous, just gorgeous!

    Hugs,

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  18. it looks like a magical alice in wonderland teaparty!

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  19. I too have many little tea cups form my Mother. I love what you did with them..great idea.

    Pattie

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  20. I must be the only photographer commenter! HA I looked at them and enjoyed the different effects you used and how you changed your focal point. I loved the close up the best.
    xx
    V

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  21. I LOVE them. May I borrow your idea when I do my dining room re-do? I think I will hang demi cups off the wall sconces too! Whatcha think?
    xo
    Roselle

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  22. Pamela, This is such a gorgeous space and the tea cups hanging from the chandelier are wonderful. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos at my party.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  23. PAMELA YOUR ROSES ARE SO BEAUTIFUL...BLESSINGS SANDRA

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  24. Your little chandelier looks so lovely with the teacups hanging from it!
    I love it.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  25. oH HOW LUCKY AM i TO HAVE YOU COME FOR A VISIT. I CAN TELL YOU ARE A SWEET LADY & YOU LOVE sTEVIA nICKS... ME TOO XO LAURA

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  26. A very sweet idea..Love them..xx

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  27. The blog is very good!
    Congratulations!
    http://nelsonsouzza.blogspot.com

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  28. What a pretty idea Pamela - it would be a shame to hide them away!

    Easter blessings to you and your family. Hope Spring is all around.
    Hugs - Mary

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  29. Perfectly charming! Wishing you and your family a Blessed Easter.

    Lots of love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  30. Oh how totally adorable, Pamela!!! You come up with the most precious ideas! Happy Easter to you and your family!

    XO
    Cindy

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  31. Oh Pamela, what a great way to display your beautiful teacups, love the way you have them all hanging at different lengths! It's so nice that you will actually be able to enjoy them now, and see them everyday! Hope you and your family a wonderful Easter!
    hugs~~~ Daphne

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  32. Such a pretty idea - I LOVE it!

    Happy Easter, Pamela!!!
    ~ Zuzu

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  33. They are SO lovely, I can't blame you for not wanting them to be hidden away!

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  34. Happy Easter Pamela,
    How I love the romantic beauty over here! soft, calm, peaceful :)

    see you soon!
    xoxo
    Dore

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  35. How pretty is that! What a delightful way to display the cups. (btw still having some trouble seeing the text... must be my computer...)

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  36. Pamela- I'm a little late getting here-not been a good few days for me~ Lovely baker's rack indeed. I love that you have the look for no extra cost to you- Your flowers are wonderful-Glad you decided to keep the table as is...I do think brass is making a comeback!xxoo Diana

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I love love reading all your comments!! They mean so much to me...thank you..Pamela xo