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Mismatched China

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I love the look of mismatched china. You can create a beautiful place setting effortlessly by stacking plates & saucers of different patterns. Vintage china is easy to find and depending on where you’re looking, it can also be very inexpensive.  I find all of mine at local thrift stores.
As I collect plates & teacups, I don’t think about coordinating patterns & colors. I simply buy the individual pieces I love and pair them together later. Depending on the size of your collection, the layering options can be endless & changed to suit a wide range of occasions.
 
  1. Daniel Heller

    June 14th, 2017 at 9:52 AM

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