Decorating with Dinnerware Casual

How do you decorate with dinnerware casual?

I'm sure that you have seen antique china dinnerware used for decorating. You can do the same with casual dinnerware sets or open stock dinnerware.

If you just love a pattern, but don't want a complete set, it makes total sense to buy replacement dinnerware by the piece and to use it as a decoration.

Plates from decorative dinnerware are ideal for displaying patterns that lift you up. You can place them in a plate hanger and hang them on the wall, or you can set them on an easel to grace a shelf, cabinet or a dresser.

Tea sets are nice to have sitting around on a coffee table or a night stand. You can enjoy the beauty of the dinnerware and it won't look out of place.

My bedroom is filled with antique platters, pitchers with bowls, tea pots, and tea cups and saucers. They are pieces that were gifts or belonged to people in my family who were special and passed on. I group them on shelves; sit them on my dresser and vanity table, and on top of my wardrobe cabinet.

You can set them on doilies or use greenery to surround them. Before all of my jewelry got stolen in a move, I used to have a pearl necklace hanging out of a tea cup. It was gorgeous.

If you prefer to use a set for decoration, you can display dinnerware casual in a china cabinet or on a buffet with a hutch. Dinnerware is also appealing to display in cabinets without doors. You can add lace shelf edgings to your shelves and display your casual dinnerware set in the kitchen shelves. This is ideal for dishes that you use everyday.

I was thinking about doing this with a set of Spode Dinnerware, the Baking Days pattern. It would be beautiful, but I have two sons that I'm sure would mess up the display with dishes that we use everyday. For now, it's best for me to keep the cabinet doors closed, if you know what I mean.

The best to you in decorating with casual dinnerware - just use your imagination and I'm sure it will be lovely. When you're done, come back and tell us about your experience and post some photos. We would love to see your creations.