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Inspired by China Patterns

Southern Living magazine featured a Fall outfit inspired by the Spode Woodland china pattern in this month’s edition

Southen Living magazine
Southern Living

This motivated me to do the same only pairing gorgeous china with a fabulous interior.

Always in style, black and white, this Kate Spade pattern would serve up a stylish bedside breakfast in this modern bedroom.

kate spade new york Union Street Dinnerware

With the liberal use of a printed floral fabric, Wedgewood’s Strawberry Hill pattern is well suited for this Chicago dining room.

Wedgewood Strawberry Hill China

To celebrate designer Oika Toikka’s 50 years, Littala reintroduced a selection of the most popular pieces from his original 1964 dewdrop collection.

Iittala Kastehelmi Dinnerware

It could easily grace the table in this Minneapolis dining room

Villeroy & Boch packs the freshness and cheer of a garden into their Lina Collection which would play well with Tobi Fairley’s bright mix of turquoise and red.

Villeroy & Boch Lina Collection

Mr. H says: All great change begins at the dinner table-Enjoy!

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