Bohemian style features your collections and almost anything that you have an eye for. If you like it, and especially if you like to use it, just about any tableware or kitchen accessory, in many different kinds of materials, can be part of your eclectic stash for setting a bohemian style table.
Some vintage tableware accessories you may wish to collect:
California pottery. These pieces of serving ware will catch your attention, once you see a few of them. The green Wade three part server, with a top for one section and decorated with ceramic fruits, is one . . . → Read More: Vintage Tableware for Bohemian Style
Easter colors of yellow and green, pink and blue are enough to get your table setting ideas flowing. Add in the motifs, such as baby chicks and eggs, bunnies and spring flowers, and you can get your Easter tabletop and entertaining plan off to a great start.
And then there’s the food.
Since I met Chef Lynn Miller, author of Flavor Secrets: Back to the Basics, and a fellow dish lover, we’ve shared some “dish and dish” chats about food and dinnerware. We both enjoy dishes and food.
This is so much fun, and it has got me thinking . . . → Read More: Table Setting for Easter – Let the Food and Dishes Work Together
Traditional holidays like Christmas, Thanksgiving or Easter have built in table setting ideas. Turkeys and bunnies, snowmen and colored eggs can suggest themes and color palettes for dinnerware very easily.
Earth Day isn’t in the same category. It began around 1970, so maybe grandma has some vintage china to contribute to a table setting, but it’s up to more recent generations to establish tabletop ideas to celebrate this new date.
April 22 can be special day to remind us to care for Mother Earth, as Green becomes a major theme in our lives, and Earth and Green can be . . . → Read More: Earth Day Table Setting: Choose Dinnerware to Honor Nature