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Mix-and-match dinnerware is all the rage these days. This less-than-formal approach keeps entertaining fresh and personal with endless combinations of modern, vintage, colorful, patterned and plain pieces. I personally love the look of classic white plates mixed with funky flea market cups, chargers and servingware.

No surprise, I love the woodland-themed Rosanna Teapot Boho from Organize.com. Imagine the possibilities this porcelain teapot could afford mingled with Christmas china, vintage treasures or graphic melamine designs. You know you want it, so answer this week’s question before 12/11c Monday, February 14, to be entered.

This week’s question: When guests come for brunch or dinner, are your tablescapes mix-and-match eclectic or off-the-shelf coordinated?

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205 Responses

  1. lovemyhusband says:

    For me it depends on the occasion. Sometime I like the matchy matchy for a more clean line feel. For Christmas the mix and match theme makes it feel so much more festive. But as of right now all of mine is mix and match for the sole fact my husband and I are scrounging every penny we can for a home of our own. No complaints here though these are the best years of you lives. :)

    But I do have to say having a tea pot to replace my sauce pan for tea would be nice :)

  2. Julie N says:

    I have matchy , matchy but I love the different sytles look

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