I found these area rugs with a modified Blue Willow pattern. The Asian motif is hand-hooked in two shades of blue with off white.
When I was looking for bath mats, I found these contoured Blue Willow Pattern mats to go around the toilet. They come in two versions of the traditional Blue Willow pattern.Continue reading
Bath Mats, Kitchen Mats or Doggie Beds
I was looking for bath mats and found these. They are all very similar, but sold by a lot of different companies. They are very well priced on Amazon, but the descriptions came from other websites.
I was looking for a replacement piece of Blue Willow china and found something really fun!
Have you ever heard of CalamityWare? Continue reading
Blue Willow and other Chinese looking patterns are transferware. Transferware was developed in England sometime in the 1750s and became enormously popular. Transfer-printed dishes were affordable.
Cobalt blue, like Blue Willow, was the most popular, but transferware was also available in green, yellow, red, pink, purple, cranberry, brown, black and gray.
The style is timeless. Whether you have a traditional home filled with antiques or a cottage or farmhouse look, transferware touches the right notes. Continue reading
I’ve been looking for an option for the handles and knobs in our new kitchen. The countertops are going to be cobalt blue and I collect Blue Willow China.
Here are three of options I have found. Continue reading
There are three coordinating Ralph Lauren Blue and White Chinoiserie Fine China Dinnerware Collections that mix and match. A fourth collection also has Chinese Blue and White motifs. Continue reading
Ralph Lauren used to make some beautiful Chinese style collections. There were a few of them; Dorsey, Tamarind, Palm Harbor, Jobs Lane, Nanking Dragon, the Archival Collection and some variations on those names. Continue reading
I would love to have Blue Willow accessories in the bathroom. That sounds pretty easy, doesn’t it?
Not as easy as it sounds.
This is what I have been able to find. Continue reading
Fifteen years ago, maybe more, I saw a little Blue Willow table made out of ceramic at TJ Maxx. By the time I thought about it and decided I couldn’t live without it, it was gone. And I have repented ever since.
Every time I see one in a picture on someone’s porch, I wish I had bought that when I saw it.
Well DUH! There is nothing you cannot find now. I went on Amazon. It’s just a matter of choosing the one I want.
You can spend a lot if you want. This Pierced Garden Seat from Ethan Allen is beautiful! Continue reading