Tag Archives: China Patterns

“Tablescapes”: Hofman Studios

 Last weekend, I took a client to a very interesting studio in Asheville, NC.  I wanted her to meet a most delightful artist, Michael Hofman who is the owner of Hofman Studios.  His  hand built porcelains (and other beautiful things!) … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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“Tablescapes: Bouquets for Spring & Summer Entertaining”

Many of my “second home clients” are beginning to drift back to lovely Western North Carolina and often want me to assist them with their summer entertaining plans.  So I consider it my job to find new tabletop patterns that … Continue reading

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