The Colors of Market Come to The Table!

north carolina interior designer kathryn c greeley uses royal crown derby china on her easter tabletopI thought it might be fun to think of china patterns that would work well with some of the lovely finds from the High Point Furniture Market. You know me, I always have “collected tabletops” on my mind!  Which of these pallets and patterns would you like most?!

north carolina interior designer kathryn c greeley uses royal crown derby china on her easter tabletop

Enjoy the colors of High Point!

Enjoy the colors of High Point!

I love all of these patterns for this color pallets.

What about Gien’s Sultana…

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Enjoy  the colors of High Point!

Enjoy  the colors of High Point!

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Or Laque De Chine Brick Gold from Haviland…

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Or Imari Rouge also from Haviland

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I love the color range in this Gosford pattern from William Yeoward.

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And isn’t this a lovely color of blue…Laque De Chine Azure from Haviland.

Enjoy  the colors of High Point!

north carolina interior designer kathryn c greeley uses royal crown derby china on her easter tabletop

Enjoy  the colors of High Point!

With Spring very much on our minds, these patterns either alone or combined would make a real Spring entertaining statement!

This beautiful pattern, called Wind Song,  by French porcelain manufacturer, Raynaud,  just sings Spring!

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Enjoy  the colors of High Point! Enjoy  the colors of High Point!

And why not mix Mottahedeh’s Apple Lace with the Wind Song!

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north carolina interior designer kathryn c greeley uses royal crown derby china on her easter tabletop

If one is not ready for all of this color, perhaps a soft gray tabletop or one with yellow accents might be more to your taste.

Enjoy the colors of High Point!

Enjoy the colors of High Point!

Enjoy the colors of High Point!

There are so many lovely gray/platinum patterns that come to mind for this dining room at the Hickory Chair showroom.

For a casual look, I love Juliska’s Country Estate in Flint.

Enjoy  the colors of High Point!

Enjoy  the colors of High Point!

For a more formal tabletop…

Hermes Silver Thread pattern, or Philippe Doushoulieres Arcades Gray and gold.  My favorite would be Royal Crown Derby’s Aves in Platinum!

Enjoy the colors of High Point!

Enjoy  the colors of High Point! Enjoy  the colors of High Point!

north carolina interior designer kathryn c greeley uses royal crown derby china on her easter tabletop

north carolina interior designer kathryn c greeley uses royal crown derby china on her easter tabletop

north carolina interior designer kathryn c greeley uses royal crown derby china on her easter tabletop

Enjoy the colors of High Point!

Oh so many jewel tone patterns to choose from, but I would pair either Royal Crown Derby’s Derby Panel  or Philippe Deshouliere’s Orsay Red with this stunning space by Alexa Hampton!

Enjoy  the colors of High Point! Enjoy  the colors of High Point!

Enjoy  the colors of High Point! Enjoy  the colors of High Point!

Maybe you have other patterns that you think would be great with these High Point Market spaces.  I would love to know about them if you have some in mind!

Enjoy!

Enjoy  the colors of High Point!

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4 Responses to The Colors of Market Come to The Table!

  1. franki says:

    Your COLLECTions are delecTABLE and TOPS!!! franki 🙂

  2. Kathryn says:

    Thanks Franki and have a very happy Easter!

  3. Vicky Smathers says:

    I love the Wind Song and Apple Lace patterns. Would love to use them on my Easter table. Also like the color combinations used at market this year. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Kathryn says:

    Aren’t they beautiful and so “Springie”! Happy Easter to you and all of your family.

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