what use to hold "huge" TVs transformed into a Hospitality center.
Hide platters a large bowls in your decorating. Your friends will think you stole the idea from Victoria Bliss magazine,
Great rule of thumb, always hand-wash and dry platters immediately saves on "oops" & chips by stacking them to dry on the counter dish rack.
Tell the stories, share the memories where this treasure came from, Which family member left this dish to you and what they mean to you. Your kids will cherish it, at least someday. That's what makes it "Home".
Help I have a serving dish fetish!
Does this fit your MO? Me too! Both my husband and I have a hospitality gift. We love to do it up right and I like to make it pretty. When we down sized into a 60s ranch style I thought I would have to give up entertaining with that flair.
Ladies style doesn’t need to go out the door just because you can count your cabinets on one hand. It’s my joy to share with you the tips I use and the treasures I’ve found to help me share, love and use the “Big Platters” that make your meals say Wow!
Purchase dividers to help with the little serving dishes, organize by color scheme so its easy to pull out the whole stack when plating your meals and setting your tables.
A re-purposed Ar-moire can store all your Italian platters, large soup tureens & Ceramic/glass beverage servers.
China and family heirlooms can be enjoyed for all to see.
1880's Blue Bauer Bowls
it's considered heresy to make pie dough or baking powder biscuits without them.
I had fun sharing with you, send me your idea's and how to's...........what do you make Pie dough in?