Mix and match vintage china easy to put together

I attended the On Point Book Fair with 100 authors, writers and publishers at  WestShore Plaza in Tampa to talk about my blog,

I set up a display of mismatched vintage china  – because it’s ok not to match all the time! I have many sets of china, but I started buying random smaller sets of dishes, thinking I might use them for my daughters’ weddings one day.

You’ll find that using mismatched china is fun in itself, and there’s lots of changing and exchanging until you find a combination you like… the possibilities are endless!

I normally would make floral arrangements with softer colors, but even four days later, not all stores were open after Hurricane Irma, and the selection was slim.

Two vintage coffee pots and Sandler tea pot are flanked by silver plate candle sticks found at an auction.
Mismatched settings of dinner, salad, tea cups and saucers.
September means sunflowers!
A photo of yours truly, to explain what my blog is about! 🙂
I love how the blue bow brings out the blues.
All sorts of pinks!
Florals with a Noritake dinner plate.
Love this black and pink.
Sweet berries!