Wonderful White China!

Today I want to feature a few of my  favorite white china patterns. A set of white china is always a great way to start your collections, as white will almost always work with whatever you might be collecting. White is beautiful in every season and it is always fresh, crisp, and clean!

To start, here are four classic basket weave patterns that I think are timeless-  Osier by Raynaud, Nantucket Basket by Wedgewood, Pillivuyt Basketweave by Williams Sonoma and Wickford by Kate Spade for Lennox.  There is a beautiful white basket weave at any price point…you just need to decide which pattern you prefer!

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

For larger images of these basket weave patterns, click on the individual name and you will be directed to additional photos! Osier by Raynaud, Nantucket Basket by Wedgewood, Pillivuyt by Williams Sonoma, and Wickford by Kate Spade

Now onto other great white china patterns…Provence White by Haviland is especially beautiful, with its intricate border.

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

I also adore ‘Classic Bamboo’ by Juliska. Below is a close up shot of this great pattern…how lovely? It could be paired with almost anything!

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

Juliska is always great when combining patterns for consumers to look at on their website. The image below is no exception (compliments from www.juliska.com). They have paired Blue Country Estate with their Classic Bamboo cutlery and their classic bamboo stoneware. What a refreshing take on layering patterns!

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

Now, for a white pattern that blends contemporary and classic with ease, Leaf Gold by Bernardaud is STUNNING!  The square shapes are just so fresh and interesting.

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

Another interesting white pattern  is yet another pattern from Juliska, ‘Garden Party’. These beautiful pieces of stoneware ceramics are sure to mix well with any other patterns and motifs. Take a look at a few of these lovely pieces in this collection!

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

And try these unique dessert plates…

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

Below is the vignette from Juliska’s site, which showcases this beautiful combination of crisp white china with spring green’s and a hint of orchid that really makes this tabletop pop!

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

There are several other new items from Juliska that are certainly worth sharing!  To start, what about these beautiful napkin and napkin rings, to add a little color to your “winter whites”.

Frist, Blue Heirloom Napkins…

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

Delft Blue Trellis Napkin Rings…

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

And this style also comes in ‘Garden Green’…

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

Next, these stylish , ‘White Soutache Blossom Napking Rings’

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

And of course theses come in a beautiful ‘Delft Blue Soutache Blossom Napkin Ring’.

white china patterns presented by north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley

Obviously there are countless new products from not only, Juliska, but many others as well, but now you have a little taste of what is out there in the world of white china patterns. I hope you are inspired to start collecting a white pattern if you haven’t already. The options are truly unlimited!

Enjoy,

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