Out scouting today, I found some brown vintage glassware, the kind I especially look for. I love the sleek shapes of this glass, as do people who are looking to set a retro-style dinner table.
Brown is a great color for fall, and it trends in and out of fashion in general. Now it is . . . → Read More: Brown Vintage Glassware | Retro Style
What if your fall tableware color scheme calls for light colors, instead of bold ones? Your lovely pale theme can work just as well for fall, using vintage dinnerware in light colors.
Soft and delicate dinnerware colors will keep your table setting clean and crisp. Monochromatic color schemes built around white, off-white and gray convey . . . → Read More: Light Color Vintage Dinnerware for Fall Table Setting
When I’m scouting for vintage glassware, the retro green and golden amber colors stand out strong on the shelf.
They are distinctive and bold, and work well with contemporary table settings based on an autumn color palette, as well as those built around other vivid colors.
Some of the vintage glassware patterns that were made . . . → Read More: Vintage Glassware | Fall Colors
Choose your fall dinnerware colors from a palette of traditional favorites, and you’ll easily create a harmonious table setting
For example, just this little Tracy Porter egg cup can provide lots of color inspiration.
Three main colors to draw from as a focal point: a rich, warm terra cotta in the brown to orange range, . . . → Read More: Fall Dinnerware Colors | From Piece to Palette
Large china pasta bowls are perfect to serve a big Saturday night spaghetti dinner.
If not spaghetti, then mostacholli, ravioli, even macaroni and cheese. Any pasta dish that makes a meal by itself, or perhaps served along with a salad or crusty bread.
Bowls like these were designed to hold a good-sized serving of your . . . → Read More: Pasta Bowls Made for Casual Dinner
When you begin to consider using vintage dinnerware as part of your vintage wedding celebration, where to start?
Will it be too difficult to find enough china for all the people? Can you use it along with other dishes, or mix and match vintage china patterns, to get enough for everyone?
Will your menu present . . . → Read More: Using Vintage Dinnerware for Your Vintage Wedding
It’s never too early to get your Christmas dinnerware ready.
Fall and winter holidays are coming fast. Have your preparations ready ahead of time, and you’ll have more time to relax and enjoy the parties and celebrations.
I keep a permanent shopping list, where I write down anything I need for entertaining, as well as . . . → Read More: Christmas Dinnerware | 3 Top Tips