How to Mix and Match Dinnerware
I have to admit, Spring is one of my favorite seasons. It comes with great excitement and anticipation of warmer days ahead. Happy days and plenty of casual entertaining.
And since I enjoy styling a table for pretty much every occasion, I am already gathering all of my essentials for this year's spring/summer entertaining season in our home. For that reason, I am excited to be sharing my latest LENOX crush and delighted to be collaborating with them on this post to bring you their newest pattern, Butterfly Meadow Blue Carved.
I styled this sweet and dainty table to showcase the patterns versatility and beauty. What initially caught my attention about this pattern was its soft powdery blue color and delicate scalloped edges.
This a my kind of dinnerware!! Durable enough for every day use yet delicate and feminine enough to create one of my signature vintage style looks when ever my little heart desires. The pretty carved butterflies also make it ideal for Spring and Summer entertaining!!
We all know that a glorious spring table comes together with delicate blooms and lots of softness. And there is plenty of that here!!!
To begin with, I set my place setting on a table covered with white bead board. (Oh yes, you can re-purpose an old beat up table by simply placing some old wood planks or beadboard on top.) I placed my dinner and salad plates on the table. A Nikko Rose butter plate mirrors the magnificence of the pink peony floral arrangement on the table. A playful, polka dot napkin in white and robins egg blue tie together this feminine and cottage style display.
Relaxed yet graceful, this sky-blue dinnerware is easy to mix and match with modern and vintage patterns.
You can easily mix a variety of complementary textures and prints to create a table with style and understated elegance.
By now, you may say that I have a mild crush on these plates. But how can you not? There are darling and too pretty to put away so they are currently part of my kitchen's spring and summer decor. Is there anything sweeter for decorating your farmhouse or cottage style kitchen?
Wishing you a happy spring season sweet friends and lots of wonderful dining....
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