Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Tory Burch Home

 I love Tory Burch traditional and classic sense of style
in her line of clothing, shoes and handbags,
so I was happy to read about
her new Home Collection.
 Blue and White spongeware pieces
mixed with linens in blue and white 
makes a classic table setting.
 Set of Four Salad Plates are $100
 Set of 2 Dinner Plates are $78.00
For those that find that price point
too high for their taste
One Kings Lane is featuring
 Q Squared Melamine plates
Appetizer Set of 6 $27.00
Dinner Set of 6 $54.00
Thanks for stopping by today!
Photos courtesy of Toryburch.com and One Kings Lane

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10 comments:

  1. I agree with you in that Tory's style is wonderful, however her prices are sky high…I love these blue dishes, but would rather buy more of her shoes!!

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    1. I would love some of her Revas too! Thanks for visiting.

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  2. How kind of you to suggest a similarly stylish table at a more affordable price point.

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    1. I had to do a double take when I saw both plates on the same day~what are the odds? Thanks for visiting!

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  3. Isn't it amazing what has happened to melamine! I remember when it was anything but attractive and looked worn after the first use.

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  4. She does have some great designs! Too expensive for me but I can dream! I love One Kings Lane- always a good deal with them!

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  5. Hi there! Visiting from Susan's Tablescape Thursday, and the blue & white caught my eye big time! I'm not so familiar with Tory Burch (I am old...I don't pay attention!), but the style reminds me very much of the Ralph Lauren "Mandarin" pattern which I love with a passion. I really, really, really like spongeware, so this particular plate really speaks to me. It reminds me of visits to my very stylish Grandmother's home as a child. Of course, I'm sure Grandma didn't pay $78 for a set of 2 dinner plates!!! :-)

    The melamine offering from One King's Lane looks great, too. Melamine has come such a long way from "back in the day." I have quite a bit of it in my stash these days, and it comes out in one form or another every summer. Lovin' it!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  6. I have to agree with many above!! too expensive for me but beautiful!! I would be so afraid to use them in fear that I break one, hence the Melamine a good suggestion for me!

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