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Loveramics Willow Love Story Pattern Dishes

There are a lot of pieces available from the Loveramics Willow Love Story pattern. Each uses different elements from the Blue Willow pattern. - Loveramics Willow Love Story Pattern Dishes - My design42

There are a lot of pieces available from the Loveramics Willow Love Story pattern. Each uses different elements from the Blue Willow pattern.

Loveramics Willow Love Story pattern dishes use elements from the traditional Blue Willow pattern. I found these dishes when I was looking for a Blue Willow tiered server. Continue reading

Blue Willow 2-Tier and 3-Tier Servers and Cake Stands

Blue Willow 3-Tier Servers from Cake Stands Boutique on eBay - Blue Willow 2-Tier and 3-Tier Servers and Cake Stands - myDesign42

Blue Willow 3-Tier Servers from eBay

I have been looking for a two or three tier server that will go with my Blue Willow. My everyday dishes are made by Churchill. Churchill makes, or at least made, a 3-Tier server. The top is the size of the Churchill Blue Willow small plates. The middle tier is the size of the dinner plate and the bottom is the size of a platter. Continue reading

Farmhouse Style Lighting from Kichler

Cozy Rustic Farmhouse Kitchen with Brinley Pendants - Farmhouse Style Lighting from Kichler - My design42

Cozy Rustic Farmhouse Kitchen with Brinley Pendants

Farmhouse Style means different things to different people.

There are a lot of variations on Farmhouse Style. Modern Farmhouse Style incorporates comfortable Farmhouse pieces into a Classic Modern interior. Cozy Rustic Farmhouse has the appeal of a log cabin with perhaps farm elements like chicken wire. French Farmhouse or Farm Cottage styles have colors and details that bring a vintage look. Continue reading

Blue Willow China – It’s really not hard to find now!

My first Churchill Blue Willow China from the grocery store - Blue Willow China - It's really not hard to find now

My first Churchill Blue Willow China from the grocery store

In the late ‘70s, A&P Grocery Store let you buy a plate, cup and saucer in the Blue Willow Pattern for 99 cents any time you bought $10 worth of groceries.  They were made by Churchill.  I bought eight. The other pieces cost more. I bought some, but mostly mixed in the white dishes I already had. Continue reading