White Kitchen with Blue and White Transferware on the wall. Antique rubbed hardware and white marble.
Some of the most absolutely stunning rooms have patterns influencing the the overall design of the room. Transferware is known for their intricate details and ornate style. 18th Century design is often filled with ornate chinoserie patterns which you can replicate today in your home. If you are considering a room that reflects your transferware collection, consider toile wallpaper, throw pillows or drapes in a pattern that is take off your favorite plate pattern. Work with the same colors of your plate pattern, but also consider bring in the opposite colors of the color wheel to give it that extra pop!
Close Up -Blue and White Toile Wallpaper Coliena Rentmeester
This room designed by Geoffrey Bradfield gives some great ideas of how you can incorportate large scale patterns on the wall when decorating with Blue and White
Country Living sets up this stunning room with White and Blue Transferware hanging on the wall. The dining room has a claw dining table which is painted a light blue, and Louis Armchairs which are gilded gold. The beige walls draw the room together nicely.
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