How to Mix China Patterns When You Set the Table

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Today I am sharing how to mix new and old china patterns when you set the table.

my grandmothers china

It’s a modern family problem. We all have a set or two of old china.  It belonged to a grandma or a mother-in-law. It’s very sentimental but it’s just not modern. It isn’t the china we dreamed of when it comes time to set a table and entertain. It’s collecting dust and also creating tons of guilt.

So what’s a girl to do?

I partnered with Portmeirion Group and told them I wanted to show how I could use their gorgeous Portmeirion and Spode brands to “spruce” up the collection of my “grandmother’s china”. Setting a table wouldn’t be hard when adding in my five favorite patterns. Right?

using my grandmothers china

You can find all of my tips in my blog post titled It’s Time to Pull Out Your Grandmothers China.

I am also excited to share with you Easy Elegance Wednesdays, where we celebrate simple elegant decor. Today I am sharing how mixed china patterns to create some very fun designs.


Today we are sharing:

My 100 Year Old Home | It’s Time to Pull Out Your Grandmothers China


Sanctuary Home Decor | 6 Ways to Fold a Napkin


StoneGable | 4 Prettiest Thanksgiving Napkin Rings To Make


Designthusiasm | Autumn Mantel with Velvet Pumpkins

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Home Stories A to Z | Natural Elements Thanksgiving Table

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