What's It Wednesday #120
Blue and white porcelain in the kitchen is timeless and classic.
Melamine plates from Pier One are perfect when you have little ones who tear through the house. One of these falls off the wall...no worries.
You just can't go wrong, no matter what you pair them up with. I decided to add an African piece from Ghana next to this Italian vase.
Each decor scape highlights a juxtaposition of diverse cultures. Asian, Italian and Irish porcelain next to wooden and metal African sculptures and artifacts.
The Waterford bread plate over the stove is my absolutely favorite piece. I really feel that diversity in decorating a kitchen, or any other room for that matter, really keeps you from getting the kitchen blues.
What cultural elements do you have in your home designs?
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|Holidays at the Harris Home|
|Trois Petite Filles|
|Crafts a la Mode|
|Embellishments by SLR|
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