Thursday, December 5, 2013

Fireman Santa Table for One

Today's table was actually inspired by the dishes - and not the Santa (we do own three different Fireman Santas but you will be able to see why we used this particular one for the tablescape when you see the dishes.)
Over view of the table

Today's Santa complete with the Firehouse Dalmatian, "Duke"

The place setting

Flatware is "Primary" by Noritake

First layer of the place setting is a large soup bowl holding a "flame" napkin

Isn't this the perfect pattern for this table???

Once again, short, squat glasses are just right for Santa's table

Of course, we had to feed "Duke"

Black salt shaker/pepper mill

Santa is holding another treat for "Duke"

We used a matching "flame" napkin for the tree skirt

One last look
Where it came from:
Black faux leather placemat and dishware - Pier 1
Bread/butter Plate - White Fiesta by Homer Laughlin from Replacements
Flatware - "Primary" by Noritake from eBay and Replacements
Glassware - Pier 1
Flame Napkins - handmade by Pat
Christmas Tree and Decorations - Michael's
Fireman Santa with Dalmatian - Pierson's Building Supply (our local store)
Salt Shaker/Pepper Mill Set - Target

We will be joining Cuisine Kathleen's "Let's Dish" Wednesday:


  1. Okay, this is hands down my favorite Santa table, since I am a Dalmatian lover (as you can tell by my avatar)! Duke couldn't be cuter, and I love the fact that Santa is feeding him treats, because of course he deserves them. And those spotted dishes are perfect! It was so clever to use the flame napkins to mimic actual flames. I just don't see how you are going to top this table, but I can't wait to see what you do next!

  2. This is so cute! Love the fireman Santa and Duke the dog!! Great dishes and the flame napkins are a great touch! Fun!!

  3. I love your table for one, but was particularly interested in the flatware. I have this same set in yellow. I inherited it from my mother and had no idea as to the pattern or maker.