Monday, 30 January 2017

200th post at Crystal Grandeur!

This is my 200th post at Crystal Grandeur! As a profound blogger it is a moment of joy for me as well. It has been a wonderful journey all along. Crystal Grandeur blossomed in November 2011 with Diwali & Christmas decors and it is my small world where my imagination and creations comes to reality. 

I admire some of the blogs crossing 400+ posts. I appreciate and thank them for influencing others to do the same. 

Speaking of my love for decors and styling I enjoy exploring different aesthetics and incorporate them in my decors and tablescapes. It helps me to keep moving forward with new and fresh ideas and doesn't let me be stagnant to one particular style.   

For a nostalgia kick i share with you all... my delightful moments at Crystal Grandeur. Receiving appreciation for your creation in the form of comments always touches ones heart. (Sharing some of my past posts sweet comments posted by dear readers from across the globe)

1: FABBY'S LIVING20 November 2014 at 07:37
Congrats lovely lady!
You are one great blogger with such exquisite taste and gorgeous photography as well. A lady of many talents and I feel very blessed to have you as a bloggy friend.
Hope to see you around always to share such beauty.

2:Farook11 December 2016 at 08:16
Hello Sujatha,I am simply mesmerized at the sheer elegance and the majesty of such a gorgeously beautiful extensive floral display at your equally lovely home and I cannot thank you enough to give to your viewers like me this great and wonderful opportunity to enjoy this marvelous presentation that delights the eye and the fundamental human sense to appreciate nature's beauty. I have never seen a more gorgeous and more aesthetically beautiful / pleasing floral or any other presentation as eye catching and as appealing as this one from you.

Farook Ahmed

3:Diane13 July 2013 at 03:55
Oh, this lovely space looks like it was styled for a magazine! I would love, love to sit and read a book here - it is definitely cozy, but so elegant! Those beautiful goblets caught my eye and the rug is wonderful. I have a reading nook, but it needs some work - I need to get busy!!

4:Rita10 March 2013 at 13:47
I've just discovered your beautiful blog following the comment you left over at Lynn's.
wow, what a lovely place you have here. this is actually the first indian blog i have ever visited and it has indeed been a most pleasant discovery.
love your teascape and all the details.
pop on over to my blog if you have time - tea is Always brewing to welcome new friends.
5:Pat and Katie5 October 2015 at 15:57
Sujatha - I love sunflowers. I think this table is great (so was last's week's sunflower table) - and I especially love the flatware. It looks like wooden handles?? They go so well with the dinner plate (and in the picture, it looks like a sort of marble. Pat and I have spent the last hour on the phone discussing your blog this week. We both love it and can't decide what the plate is made of. Don't mind us - we get pretty "wacky" when it comes to neat tables....) 

Ooo...Wow all that sounds great!!! I express my word of thanks to all the people who stop over to leave a comment for me.

I wish to continue and share in blog sphere my new ideas, tips on recipes & gardening, tables capes, travel, home tours, festive celebrations and also with seasonal updates. Not to forget to mention and thank all the bloggers for hosting link parties, their encouraging words and also for mentioning and featuring my page Crystal Grandeur in their blogs. 

It is a honor for me to do posts for  Laurel & wolf and Parachute Home on their request. 

                                                   Happy blogging as always:))))

  The design on the blue pottery looks same as the real flower bunch

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Tuesday, 10 January 2017

A Table with Pink Mums:)))

Hi & Hello there.....A wonderful 2017 to everyone. The clock struck 12 at different places in different time zone on New Years eve. But the mood and enthusiasm of people to welcome 2017 was same everywhere. With all the grand celebration getting over too quick, again a year to look forward to what is in real for us.  Let the New Year be a fabulous year to everyone .

The smell and sound of January are always welcoming. The mild chillness with the morning dew, ch-ripping sounds of the birds and the feel of beginning of another year... all are feel good factors for the moment. 

With the Christmas ornaments getting inside the boxes and creating a  nature themed table with fresh flowers are truly a January treat. 

The navy blue with gold rimmed bone china plates are my new buy for New Year. I used a sauce boat bowl as a vase for the pretty mums.