I must say, though I often don’t agree with her fashion choices, I absolutely ADORE each of Kelly Wearstler’s china patterns designed for Pickard. They’re gorgeous! Available exclusively at Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman, the patterns range from a fun interpretation of the flame stitch (aka chevron) pattern to tiny dots inspired by Art Deco and the minimalism of Japanese art. Below, the patterns: Pickfair, Trousdale, Mulholland and Hilcrest. My favorites are the Trousdale and Hillcrest, though it would be fun to mix and match! Do you have a favorite?
(images courtesy of pickard)
Ooh, I really like the Trousdale and Hillcrest. Although the Mullholland would be nice to mix it up!
Habitually Chic says
Those are all so pretty! I don’t know which one I would pick but I do love the chevron and little polka dots. They would all look great mixed with gold charges and other china too! Thanks for sharing!
the NEO-traditionalist says
Hi Heather and Haydee! So glad you liked these. Kelly’s on a roll these days—I got Hue for Christmas and I absolutely love it as well. My favorite spread in the entire book is the one of her dining room table with all her china—and lots of orange. It’s spectacular! Thanks so much stopping in…
they are all so beautiful! I think the Trousdale is my favorite!!
the second set and the fourth are absolutely beautiful!!!