Sunday, July 3, 2011

Chinoiserie Entertaining on the Fourth of July

David Netto in Veranda

Are you entertaining on the Fourth of July? Few of us likely have a red, white, and blue Chinoiserie dining room, but don't let that stop you from setting your Fourth of July table in red, white, and blue Chinoiserie Chic style. Check your house for things you already have-blanc de Chine, blue and white Chinese porcelain gingers jars, vases, or candlesticks, or blue and white china. Add blue hydrangeas or red carnations, roses, or poppies. Voila!

Windsor Smith

Domino Magazine

Thibaut

My Chinoiserie Home

Joe Nye's book Flair

Joe Nye's book Flair

Sara Gilbane

"O" Magazine

Carolyne Roehm

Horchow

Martha Stewart Living

My Chinoiserie Home

Red, white, and blue Chinese porcelain

Blue and white candlesticks

Red Champagne split

Blue Champagne split

4 comments:

Janie said...

I just love your blog and all the beautiful things you find.

Janie
Romantic Domestic

John J. Tackett said...

That David Netto dining room is really special, the chandelier in particular!
__ The Devoted Classicist
http://tdclassicist.blogspot.com

Kerry said...

I am totally envious of those darling Chinoiserie plates of yours. Great post.

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