Can't you just picture whipping up some piping hot oatmeal to warm up your kids before school and serving it in these dishes? The Cajun table linens from Park Designs help complete that warm, homey look, along with the unique glass napkin ring in persimmon red.
If you love pip berries, this Berry pattern from IHF will bring your table into fall in style. Olive and rust combine in a basic check border that surrounds a nubby linen insert embroidered with pip berries on the vine. The traditional textured star napkin ring completes the primitive look.
Before you ask, I'll go ahead and tell you that the dinnerware is a Pennsylvania Dutch motif commonly known as "Daisy and Dot". It was manufactured by Western Stoneware from the 1950s to the early 1960s and is marked with the Marcrest logo, a brand name created for this line of dinnerware. More information on the history of Daisy and Dot can be found at this website.