1. Food looks good on white dishes
2. White dishes from around the world can be easily mixed
3. Add trendy, heirloom or seasonal pieces with white dishes
4. White dishes look great on display
Our Renovated Kitchen, in our 1950's beach cottage, has
storage shelves on either side of the French doors leading to the patio.
The industrial styled baker's racks are from Noir.
The ceramic rooster above, and these plates
were purchased from the Sazón shop
while we were on vacation in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Sazón is a cooking school and boutique housed in a lovely 18th century casa.
The platters are from various places such as Williams-Sonoma.
This classic French porcelain platter is from Pillivuyt and is chip resistance.
We have also bought several
Pillivuyt and Apilco dishes from the restaurant supply store A. Simon in Paris.
These "French" (made in China) country bowls are from Wisteria.
This darling turtle bowl was a house warming present from my brother.
It is from the hand crafted Italian Vietri line.
My sister gave us this beautiful Vietri shell platter.
Here Italian Vietri and Mexican Sazón bowls are along side a French Limoges pitcher.
Everything is easy to access and put away.
Do you display your serving pieces?
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Participating in White Wednesday at Faded Charm.