Mikasa Pattern Giveaway {3 Winners!}

**Giveaway now closed and winners were chosen and emailed.**

This post is sponsored by Mikasa. Opinions are 100% my own.

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Did you know that 1+1=3? You are going to be so grateful for this fun little arithmetic lesson! Okay, class in session. Today I am going to show you how I created three separate looks using two Mikasa casual dinnerware patterns. The first look uses the French Countryside dinnerware set, the second look uses the Antique Pear dinnerware set, and the third look combines the two.

french countryside

I absolutely LOVE the French Countryside pattern. It reminds me of antique ironstone and can be dressed up or pared down. It truly is the perfect everyday pattern.

french countryside mikassa

For my French Countryside tablescape, I chose to keep things very simple and fresh with a neutral palette. The only pops of color come from the blueberries in the silver pails. I bought those adorable pails at a thrift store years ago and have always wanted to use them in a tablescape. Today seemed like the perfect day for it! I used a blueberry bush as my centerpiece and blueberries with thyme twigs in the pails.

french countryside mikasa

I placed a script table runner, cork board trivets (that I made three years ago), and silver accents to make this table perfect for any simple meal.

french countryside

All that is missing here are a few friends, a crusty loaf of bread, and some soup!

french countryside mikasa

Below is a source list in case you would like to get the look for yourself. And in looking at the picture below, I see that one of these things is not like the other. My picture was photobombed by a soup spoon from the Bravo collection! You have to watch those Bravo utensils. They are always trying to steal the show.

french countryside

French Countryside Table Source List:

antique countryside label

For my second look, I used dinnerware from Mikasa’s Antique Countryside collection. I think this collection is perfect for a brunch or high tea. As a mom of two boys, I don’t get to indulge my girlish side in decor nearly as much as I would like.

Antique Countryside Pear

Each Pear Antique Countryside dish includes a bluebird, pear, butterfly, crown and French script. What more could a girly-girl ask for?

Antique Countryside Pear

For this tablescape, I was trying to channel an English garden vibe. I used a green ruffly runner in a pear green, with a mirror (stolen from the bathroom wall), and a white pitcher of fresh flowers. I love how it turned out!

Antique Countryside Pear

These plates are so adorable that they are almost too cute to eat off of. I’m sure I could be persuaded, depending on the food–especially if there is chocolate involved, but my word are they ever cute!

Antique Countryside Pear tablescape

Eating granola and yogurt out of these bowls will be a delight each morning :).

antique countryside pear bowls

To spice up my table a bit, I used pears at each place setting as the favor/placecard. I think all tablescapes are cuter with some type of personalized take-away.

Antique Countryside Pear tablescape

If you’d like to get the Antique Countryside look for yourself, here is a source list of the items I used .

Antique Countryside Pear Source List:

french pear label

For my third look, I combined the two patterns to create a look that I am calling French Pear.

french pear

This look mimics the neutral palette from the French Countryside tablescape, yet the salad plates from the Pear Antique Countryside collection give it that extra pop of color.

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For the centerpiece, I used a succulent planter that I created. A tutorial for it will be coming up soon! It’s a house shaped planter and makes a charming focal point.

french pear

Mixing all of the Mikasa Countryside collections is easy to do. They lend themselves to being mixed and matched to create different looks to suit your event.

french pear


“French Pear” Source List

Would you like a chance to win either the French Countryside or Antique Countryside Pear collection? Mikasa is allowing me to give away some dishes! Three winners will receive their choice of either 8 place settings of French Countryside dinnerware or 8 place settings of Antique Countryside Pear dinnerware. All you have to do is follow the directions carefully in the Rafflecopter widget below. (If it’s not showing up, give it a minute, sometimes it is finicky.) Good luck!

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  1. Christy says

    I love Mikasa and registered for English Countryside when I got married in 1995. It was our everyday dinnerware for 15 years. Now I’m in love with French Countryside, and that is what I pinned!

  2. Tracey says

    I pinned the antique white dinnerware, though I really love the French Countryside, too. Love your table settings…the whole room is gorgeous! =)

  3. Brooke says

    I have always been a fan of Mikasa. I love both collections shown, but the French Countryside speaks to my inner romantic.

  4. Jamie Downing says

    I saw your tablescape on Face Book! Had to come here and learn about the beautiful dishes I saw. Thanks for the opportunity!

  5. Candy Thayer says

    The French Countryside goes with anything…great for holidays….dress up or dress down. Perfect!

  6. says

    I like the French Countryside a LOT. I just purchased Mikasa White Swirls a few months ago for new dinnerware. It was between French Countryside and it. I would love to win my other choice b/c it was a hard decision!!

    I also followed Mikasa on Pinterest.

  7. Lorcinda Johnston says

    Wow! These dishes are so versatile… I love the way you have featured each pattern in different ways ~ just beautiful!

  8. Lorcinda Johnston says

    Pinned: Mikasa Dinnerware, American Countryside Creamer
    LOVE this pattern… someday, right? #mikasa #macys

  9. Alexandra Stevens says

    I would absolutely LOVE to win this set! I never ended up getting all the pieces of my wedding set, and this would fill it out perfectly! I love setting tables…I think I got that from my Grammi, who always sets a lovely table.

  10. Casey H. says

    Love these looks! New dishes would be great- we are newlyweds a using plastic dishes because our everyday dishes broke during our last move. C’mon new dishes! :)

  11. Deb McK says

    I love Mikasa dishes – especially the all white as shown and mixing them with their salad plates that are decorated. Thanks for the opportunity!

  12. Carol says

    I love the French Countryside. I have the glasses…now I need to win the place settings to go along with them! I followed Mikasa on Pinterest. :)

  13. says

    The tablescapes are beautiful! It would be a pleasure to sit down to any one of them. I have a set of Mikasa Country English that I love.

  14. says

    I am in love with the Antique Countryside Pear collection- so Frenchy and beautiful!!! What a wonderful give-away- really appreciate the opportunity to enter, Beth. :-) Sue

  15. says

    I love Mikasa! We’ve owned a set of ‘Arabella’ pattern since we were married and still use it today! Such great quality! I love the French Countryside pattern – so simple and chic! Pinning!

  16. sxymamaceta says

    Oh My Word! Your tablescapes are Breathtaking! Seriously, Gorgeous! I could Sure use some of that Beauty in My Home! Pinning so I can Appreciate the Loveliness Frequently!

  17. Jennifer G says

    I have always loved the French countryside, pinned that one, and have been wanting to replace my second hand everyday ware since we got it.

  18. says

    Oh I love the French Countryside! So simple and elegant! I’ve been wanting to replace our white dinnerware ever since we got it. It gets sooo hot when we microwave it, you can’t touch it but the food is still cool. Would love to have some of this!

  19. Sue Sullivan says

    I follow Mikasa on pinterest and pinned the French countryside and the Cherry blossom colbalt glasses

  20. Diana Duncan says

    It would be hard to choose but I love LOVE the French Countryside! So many decorating options!!

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