Merry Christmas

As some of you know, I’ve been obsessing over tartan this fall and I am thrilled that I finally have the opportunity to set a tartan table for the holiday. I am lucky to live in an area that has so many wonderful resources. Thanks to Ralph Lauren and Hoaglands in Greenwich and Nielsen’s in Darien for having everything I needed to create the perfect mix of new purchases with treasured heirlooms!! Wishing you all the very merriest of holidays from my home to yours!!


24 thoughts on “Merry Christmas

  1. Merry Christmas Stacey! Today I shall wear my tartan skirt!
    Your table dressed in tartan is lovely. I wish you joy, love and peace.

  2. I am going to save all my RL navy plaid holiday tables for next year’s look. This is a lovely post. Happy Holidays and thank you for an other year of interesting and visually delightful blogs. You are consistently wonderful.!!

  3. Your table looks beautiful and festive Stacey! No other pattern says Christmas like tartan does.
    Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas…and many blessings in the New Year!!
    Thank you for an amazing year of posts…
    xo J~

  4. LOVE your china! I swear I’ve seen it somewhere before –– perhaps here on the blog? So, so beautiful :)

    So glad you stopped by the blog, it was a pleasant surprise to see your name.
    Hope your holidays have been fabulous!


    • Hi Andrea – I don’t always get around as much as I’d like to (in the blogosphere). Thank you! Not sure which china you mean but the bowl on top is William Yeoward. We had a lovely Christmas – hope yours was as well.

  5. Your table was lovely and the execution sounded so effortless. The tartan and the china are all so festive. I can see you all there now, those beautiful children, that handsome husband and the beautiful Q
    As you know from my Christmas Eve blog,setting this year’s table in the new apartment for 13 turned out to be quite an adventure but well woth the effort. Who knew there could be “artists of the table top?”

    Love your site and comments at!

    Happy New Year,

    Dr. Pat

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