I didn't do my own tablescape this week, but I thought I'd share some dishes that I find so interesting.
I love the traditional Christmas themed dishes, I think they add so much charm to the table, and they are such a festive touch.
But I also love unique themes and non-traditional colors for Christmas and I came across some really different plates, serving dishes, and place settings while surfing the web for Christmas dishes:
These plates below are more traditional but I love the idea of mixing the different patterns to create unique place settings:
This set too is the traditional holly, and I usually don't go for everything matching perfectly, but there is something about these hefty-looking pieces that I find so appealing.
Well, these are more of a traditional pattern, but I love the square serving pieces:
Look at this pretty tablescape to celebrate St. Lucia Day (December 13). My husband's family is Swedish and I think since St. Lucia Day falls on a Sunday this year I will mark the day and celebrate it with traditional Swedish fare but...
...I will be using my own TJ Maxx finds:
And I'm hoping to find these more colorful Johnson Brothers salad/dessert plates to compliment them!
And I wouldn't mind having this Southwest Christmas theme grace my table for Christmas dinner! Now this is unique!
I have joined Susan @ Between Naps On The Porch for Tablescape Thursday, she always sets a lovely, most unique table and she always generously shares her ideas!
I can't wait to see all your creations too!
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