How to Set a Beautiful Green and White Chinoiserie Tablescape
1. Emphasize the beauty of the Rose Medallion China
Rose Medallion china gained its popularity in the 17th and 18th centuries. It has a unique pattern that often has a central medallion that’s either a bird or a peony. Four or more panels usually encircle the medallion with motifs depicting people, birds, butterflies, and trees. The recurring colors include pastel pinks and greens, with pops of reds, blues, yellows, oranges, and gold. This striking dinnerware will immediately elevate the overall aesthetic of your table and can be combined with other styles. This is still a popular pattern and you can easily find vintage pieces and modern reproductions at varying price points. The photo below gives a great view of the pretty details of this pattern that I used to tie this green and white Chinoiserie tablescape together.
2. Use a Green and White Table Setting: A Classic Combination
Complement the enchanting rose medallion China with a classic green and white Chinoiserie table setting. Opt for a green and white striped tablecloth as the foundation for your dining table. It will allow your Rose Medallion China to be the star of your table.
3. Personalized Touches: Bright Yellow Monogrammed Napkins
4. The Enchanting Orchid Centerpiece: Beauty in Simplicity
5. Vintage Glassware with Gold Rims: Timeless Opulence
The group of beautiful tableware used on this table is an example of how important I (Jess) feel about supporting my fellow women entrepreneurs and their small businesses. Here is a list of the shops where I obtained most of these items:
@anna_weatherly_designs @pickardchina @underthecopperroof @penderandpeony @theoriginalbirddoginteriors @rue.de.florence @shoptheavenue @onlyatthecottage @valiaembroidery @summerillandbishop
Make sure to visit their Instagram and Facebook pages and find yourself some beautiful treasures just like I did. Just like me these women take care to curate a beautiful collection of goods and are so willing to offer informative and valuable information. I might not have my own brick-and-mortar store but the links that I have shared are ones I took the time to curate, believe in and so many times have in my personal collection. #womensupportingwomen