Dinner Dinnerware

Do you change dinnerware seasonally?


Live your best food life.

Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts.
Sign Up For Free
Cookware 44

Do you change dinnerware seasonally?

Candy | Sep 23, 2006 01:05 AM

The thread on best dinnerware got me to thinking about the amount of "tabletop" I own. As I said in the previous thread I am a junkie. The day after Thanksgiving all of my Spode Christmas Tree comes out and replaces the Worcester Evesham in my every day cupboard. Sometimes I retire the Evesham early and go to Wedgwood Hunting Scenes for fall with the pretty brown rim and the naif hunting scene of the fox chase seems so autumnal. After 12th night the Christmas Tree goes back into it's own cupboard and my Lake Placid Club Syracuse restaurant wear comes out for the remainder of the winter. I still love Minton's Haddon Hall for spring but have not obtained much of it and then there is Wedgwood Bianca (I know it is discontinued but that has never detered me) both have perfect colors for spring and Lenox Rutledge has always reminded me of Easter, spring is just not one I have gone for .....yet. I do have some other neutral seasonless china too. I do the same with bath decor too, towels and shower curtains change seasonally. Anyone else?

Want to stay up to date with this post?

Recommended From Chowhound