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Wedgwood white mix-and-match picture request

Posted by enmnm (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 27, 11 at 5:38

Is this the right forum?
I am thinking about buying luncheon plates in Wedgwood White as a base, and supplementing them with patterned china. This is because I love so many different patterns, I can't make up my mind.

Has anyone done this, or could direct me to a Dish Porn site?

Thanks.

-EM


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RE: Wedgwood white mix-and-match picture request

Hmmm.


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RE: Wedgwood white mix-and-match picture request

I absolutely love this tablescape that I found. Such vibrant colors. The person used white Wedgwood Windsor plates with some very colorful dishes she found at TJ Max called Summer 2010.

Here is a link that might be useful: dining al fresco


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another gorgeous mix-and-match tablescape

I found this at a blog for a St. Patrick's Day tablescape. Again, the Wedgwood is Windsor, and she put a cabbage salad plate on top of the Wedgwood plate, plus other formal china was used that had a green floral border. I think I saw some of those cabbage plates at either Marshall's or TJ Maxx.

Here is a link that might be useful: St. Patrick's Day Tablescape


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RE: Wedgwood white mix-and-match picture request

Thanks so much!


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RE: Wedgwood white mix-and-match picture request

White dishes of any kind make a great base for other more colorful dishes stand out. My everyday Gibson set purchased cheaply at Target years ago are used on many of my tablescapes. To see the ultimate in dish p0rn check out the link provided every Thursday for a tablescaping blog party.
Kath

Here is a link that might be useful: Dish Porn


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