Saturday, August 3, 2019

Saturday Selection-6 Finds from Williams Sonoma

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Good afternoon and a very happy day to you. Yesterday in my inbox was an email from one of my favorite stores Williams Sonoma and while I was perusing the new items I came across a few things I think would be beautiful this Fall. 

Fall Turkey Plate

One of my favorite ways to "decorate" for the seasons is to add plates to my decor. Salad plates add a pop of color or seasonal elements to your everyday dinner tableware. My everyday plates are white which is the perfect backdrop for most every plate that I find, vintage or new. 

Here are 6 beautiful plates I think would look wonderful on any Fall table. 

Pumpkins are my favorite thing about fall, I love the white in particular but think the interesting shapes and colors look beautiful in any house and decor. These black Harvest pumpkin plates with gourds, pumpkins, fruits and more are interesting and beautiful. 

The Harvest Pumpkin wreath plates with pomegranates, chestnuts, pumpkins and other fall fruits and flowers offer a traditional look. 

Harvest Blooms remind me of Old Dutch mater paintings. These dramatic plate would definitely make a statement on your holiday table. 

This Set of 4 mixed fleur salad plates is traditional, and yet the blue is an unexpected color for Fall. 

What about adding a touch of Chinoiserie to your table?

Last but not least, these Autumn Vine plates in rich burgundy remind me of my vintage transfer ware and could actually be used not only all Fall and winter long but would be a wonderful addition to your Christmas and Thanksgiving tablescape. 

This weekend Williams Sonoma is having a sale of 20% off their dinnerware!
Enjoy your day!


  1. You are right...fall is almost here. At least on the calendar!

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