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Effortless

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There are endless ways to incorporate

the classic and timeless aesthetic of  WILLIAMSBURG into every home.

Start with the basics: colors, patterns, and motifs that are iconic to our style.

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Virginia Blue china by Mottahedeh

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A tablescape with blue and white dinnerware is always in style. Dress it up with your finest glassware, or take it outside to dine al fresco.

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The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation archives are filled with blue and white ceramics, spanning several centuries and varying countries of origin.

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Create a timeless look full of character.

Blue & White

Photos by David Hillegas

Delft Tile napkins by Park Designs

Give your hospitality a little punch.

Pineapple Trellis doormat by Entryways

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Warm up your welcome with textural front door decor. A natural coir doormat and a charming cast stone pineapple finial are the perfect way to say “we’re glad you’re here!”

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As an exotic fruit, pineapples were seen as a luxury and an ultimate sign of welcome to guests in early America.

Toe the line with fresh updates.

Bring new life to your corner cabinet with creative interpretations of toiles, like our Toile Tales dinnerware, which blends traditional elements with modern aesthetic.

Pineapples

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Botanicals

Bring a bit of the outside in.

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Soften your spaces (literally) with the natural blooms on our bedding and pillows, creating a serene environment that keeps it natural.

Blue Garden Images bedding by Royal Heritage Home

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Popularly known as toile, copperplate print textiles were in demand throughout the 18th-century, featuring flowers, birds, and exotic scenes.

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As exploration increased in the 18th century, naturalists captured the newly discovered flora and fauna in prints and artwork. Volumes of these illustrations - by artists such as Ehret and Catesby - fill the rare book archives at Colonial Williamsburg.

Pineapple finial by Campania

Toile Tales dinner plates by Caskata

Apple Blossom needlepoint pillow by Michaelian Home