I’ve been working on this very special table scape all summer. Well maybe not all summer, but definitely since our vacation in July. When we went to the beach this summer I hit the Lenox Outlet like I always do. This year I came across an idea for a whole new look for my table settings using Lenox for my everyday settings as well. I say as well, because I have been a Lenox girl since the day I married. My first set of Lenox is the Charleston pattern, you can see one of my table scapes using that collection here.
While at the Lenox Outlet I picked up four salad plates that were a closeout pattern that I absolutely fell in love with. I was perfectly content to just enjoy these four salad plates paired with other dishes I already own. However, when I was checking out the sales lady pointed out some dinner plates that these salad plates would compliment in another pattern that was sure to be around awhile. Although I did not buy the dinner plates that day, we looked at them together and it was an image I could not get out of my head. You know the feeling, love at first sight!
Well, it’s been about two and half months since I first saw these plates together and I have since come across four more salad plates bringing my total to eight. I also now have four of the dinner plates I was introduced to as well. Three of those I unbelievably found in a stack at an antique store recently and one I purchased retail to complete the set of four dinner plates. Hopefully my Christmas wish list will deliver more dinner plates and serving pieces.
So with out further delay I want to share my newest everyday dinnerware collection. I think you will love and “fall” for this pattern just as much as I do.