I have been collecting Rae Dunn for a while now and I still love it as much as I did when I found my first piece. I get asked all of the time if I actually use my Rae Dunn Pottery. I can honestly say the answer is yes! I love to incorporate it into my table settings and today I am going to show you how I set a table with Rae Dunn.
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It’s been a while since I have been Rae Dunn hunting. So last week I made a few visits to Home Goods and TJ Maxx and I got lucky. I only bought a few items and left plenty on the shelves. Is it just me or does it seem that the inventory on the shelves is more plentiful? I have also noticed the after market prices are going down and that makes me very happy.
Rae Dunn has grown in popularity like crazy this past year. Because of the low supply and high demand, many of us have invested a lot of time (and money) in our collections. (Remember this post on my six tips for finding Rae Dunn?) But more importantly, we cherish our Rae! So, should we just display it? Or use it?
Let’s face it. Have you ever found yourself in the parking lot in front of Homegoods at 9:25 am waiting for them to open? Have you ever followed people into TJMaxx convinced they are heading to the “white dishes aisle” too? Or have you noticed that every recycled bag you own has a TJ Maxx logo on it?
If you can answer “yes” to all three of these questions then you are truly a Rae Dunn addict.