Welcome to the 154th Tablescape Thursday!
Jeanne blogs at Selep Imaging. Jeanne has a wonderful hutch she changes out with each holiday or season. I was so impressed with her lovely china collection and the creative way she displays it, I couldn’t resist sharing it for Tablescape Thursday.
As you scroll down, notice how Jeanne mixes so many different patterns beautifully. There’s a wonderful balance of colors and pattern. She also layers in other pieces like salt and pepper shakers, hearts, bunnies, etc… mixing different heights and shapes. Each hutch display is completely charming! Enjoy!
Valentine’s Day Hutch: What a beautiful mix of patterns. This display shows how wonderful it is to mix different patterns together, be it on a hutch or in a table setting. The look is magical!
Easter/Spring Hutch: Notice how Jeanne has mixed in decorative birds and bunnies in this hutch display. They are perfect for her springtime/Easter theme.
Blue and White Hutch: Classic blue and white…always beautiful, always fresh and inviting! I can never get enough of blue and white china.
4th of July Hutch: I like how Jeanne incorporated in some gold accented pieces. It really adds so much to the red, white and blue patriotic scheme.
Thanksgiving Hutch: This display definitely has me yearning for fall!
Christmas Hutch: The touches of white soften and enhance the bright Christmas colors of red and green.
Which display was your favorite? Did you find some great ideas for displaying your china collections?
Don’t be afraid to buy odd “orphaned” pieces when you find them in thrift stores or garage sales, even though they aren’t a complete set. You can see how great it looks when different sets or individual pieces are mixed together on a hutch, just imagine how beautiful they would look all mixed together in a table setting.
Looking forward to your beautiful tablescapes!
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