When you swap out holiday plates for items you use in your home throughout the year, look for new ways to display old pieces. Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Designs in South Carolina used vintage milk glass for this tablescape, including setting one bowl on top of a cake plate. The dishes already have a wintery white look. She filled them with paperwhite bulbs that complement the pinecones on the table, knowing they will bring even more warmth to the interiors when they bloom. “I love the texture of the bulb itself,” she adds.
Wintery white vintage dishes set the table for post-holiday meals and entertaining. Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Designs gathered paperwhite bulbs and pinecones, then added a hint of moss to assemble this casual, organic dining room centerpiece.
Open shelves on either side of this kitchen's range and cooktop neatly display white dishes and a couple small plants. A light gray subway tile backsplash helps separate the shelves from the countertops.
Chrome hardware and old-fashioned commercial kitchen lighting illuminate this blue and white kitchen. The kitchen island features a cherry wood butcher block countertop, while several of the cabinets have glass fronts, showcasing an array of blue and white dishes.
This crisp white cottage kitchen is both beautiful and functional. Open shelves display all-white dishes and vintage pieces. The bead board wall combined with the ceramic backsplash gives the space texture, form and function . The farmhouse sink is a standout feature against the neutral colored limestone countertops.