Think Pink Monday: Pam from Virginia Retro

If you’ve been following me for awhile you know that pink is my favourite colour, so I’ve invited a few bloggy friends to do some pink guest posts. Let’s just call them the Pink Ladies.
 
Pink is the word… is the word… that you heard.
It’s got groove… it’s got meaning.
This week’s Pink Lady is Pam from Virginia Retro.

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My friend Tuula, of Thrifty Rebel Vintage, asked if I would be

interested in sharing a post for Think Pink Monday.
YES please!
  I love pink, and decided to share some of my pink  vintage tablecloths.
Starting with my tablecloth ladder, a great way to display several at once.
vintage plastic picture frame

It was difficult to chose which pinks to highlight on the table.

I hope you will enjoy my choices.

vintage floral tablecloth
I love this beautiful and feminine floral tablecloth.  I decided to use a favorite
 Abingdon vase and set of  candlestick holders for the centerpiece.
This next gorgeous tablecloth was a gift from a blogging friend.
What a colorful and fabulous tablecloth, from pale pinks to bold.
I chose this vintage Jeannette shell pink milk glass for the center, perfect.
Finally, this pink bamboo design mid century beauty.
  Centered by pink depression glass candlesticks & powder jar,
and the sweetest candy dish ever, another gift from a friend.

 

I hope you enjoyed this peek at some of my pink vintage tablecloths.
I was honored to be asked to do a post for Think Pink, and it was such fun!
I think I’m an honest to goodness Pink Lady now.
Thanks again Tuula for inviting me.
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Thank you so much Pam! Your tablecloths look so great displayed on that ladder. I love every one of them, but I especially love that bold pink flora.. You chose some wonderful pink treasures for your centrepieces. Thanks for sharing your pinktabulous collection, and welcome to the Pink Ladies. 

If you don’t already know Pam you should stop by her blog, Virginia Retro, for a visit. She shares vintage finds, projects, and so much more. She has what seems like an unlimited tablecloth collection that is pretty spectacular.

Thanks so much for reading and until next time…


Think Pink!
XOX

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19 Comments

  1. Pam, your pink tablecloth collection is gorgeous! What a plethora of pretty pink hues! Welcome to our pink lady group! It's great to have you with us!

  2. How lovely that Pam guest posted for you today!, Tuula! She has a lovely blog full of great inspiration:)
    And the tablecloths are just gorgeous – pink is my favourite colour too, so I am simply in love with them!
    Many blessings and hugs!
    Kelly-Anne

  3. Good morning to you lovely ladies 🙂 What a delight to find Pam here sharing her beautiful tablecloths. I thoroughly enjoyed this post and it was a joy seeing all of Pam's pink loveliness. The tablecloth with the bamboo design is quite unique – I love it!

    Have a great day Tuula and Pam. Hugs to both of you!

  4. I totally enjoyed looking at all of the vintage pink tablecloths today and they are just beautiful. Wishing you both a wonderful day!

  5. Another great choice for a Pink Lady, Tuula! Pam, love your collection of vintage pink tablecloths. My favorite is the bamboo one.

  6. Pam, I love all your vintage linens! Thanks for the intro, Tuula…I'm heading over for a visit. 🙂

  7. Oh I love visiting Pam's blog, always so fun and full of inspiration for vintage cuteness!! And not to mention sweet Doyle!! 🙂 Stopping in from her blog to say hello!! Happy new week! xo Holly

  8. is your candle holders and vase Hull? they are pertty

  9. I just love Pam and her tablecloth collection amazes me! I just won her giveaway which included two tablecloths. It should arrive any day now…:) Hope you have a great week my friend!

    Hugs, Vicky

  10. Not only do I love Pam's vintage table cloth collection, but I love the way she displays them on the table cloth hanger. Mine are typically scrunched in a drawer or storage box, which means I have to spend time ironing one if I want to use it. Of course I don't have near the collection of linens, but if I did, i would display them the Pam has shown us.

  11. What a wonderful way to display such beautiful linens. Love love love all your beautiful table settings too. Thanks for sharing Miss Pink Lady! Cheers.

  12. Pam is one of my favorite bloggers, so happy to have found you through her. I'm following you now, you had me at PINK–my favorite color! 🙂 –Fran

  13. Pam's tablecloth collection is fabulous! Loved her pink collection she shared. The display on the ladder is gorgeous!!
    hugs,
    Jann