Fiesta dinnerware is recognized for its timeless design and striking colors. It may be employed as a decorative touch in any room of your home. Homer Laughlin china is very popular, the most popular being Fiesta Dinnerware. Fiestaware has been produced in a variety of hues for over 80 years. In 1936, the first five hues were created: cobalt, green, ivory, red, and yellow. Fiesta dinnerware can be used for decorating purposes anywhere in your home as well.
Show off your Fiesta Ware
Use plate hooks to hang a collection of colorful Fiesta tableware on the wall. Make decoupages from each Fiesta plate to make the layout, then attach a picture hanger directly on top of the cutout. Choose colors that coordinate with your decor. For example, yellow, orange, and red go together for a bright kitchen.
Store and display your collection of Fiestaware, including bowls, plates, cutlery, and pitchers, on open cabinets or shelves in your dining room or kitchen. Mix up stacks of plates and bowls with pitchers or larger salad bowls to break up the lines. Or, group pieces by color for a fresher, more modern space.
Serving items such as teapots and carafes can be used to place or display decorative objects and collectible decorations. A few sprigs of lavender in a yellow mason jar create a display for the center of the kitchen island. Or a decorative Fiesta Ware jar is the perfect container for your vintage Bakelite utensils or cotton balls, swabs, and other standard toiletries.
Make a Fiestaware Mosaic Creation
A bold, vibrant mosaic may be created with Fiestaware when your previous set is no longer functional or you just happen to find a hodgepodge collection at your neighborhood yard sale. For a fun take on a traditional feature, use shattered pieces of crockery as a backsplash in your kitchen or a new Fiesta mosaic tabletop to spruce up your dining room. Installing a mosaic behind the counter or along one wall in a kid's bathroom, or in any space where you don't mind the use of bright colors, adds vibrancy and interest without being too juvenile. Make a mosaic on a piece of plywood and turn it into a work of art. You may use it as a normal piece of wall art to add a splash of vibrant color to any environment.