Tablescapes, Villa Della Luna

I have some very exciting news today!


Have you seen this Villa Della Luna pattern from Pfalztgraff?


I bought some as a little secret present to myself in January this year, shhhh…..


 It looks like hand painted Italian pottery~but it is actually very afforable


It is so versatile too… you saw one of the Anniversary pieces, the Parmesan Bowl, used on the Popcorn Bar, [lower right corner]

popcorn bar

The plates and bowls and Parmesan Bowl [with cheddar this time] were used on the Taco Soup Bar


And dinner plates and bowls, mixed with another pattern, Pistoulet, chargers and latte cups for Mother’s Day in the Garden

roses and bluebirds

You’ve seen it used for Summer Salad with Magic Blueberry Dressing


and Sweet Chili BBQ Pork Chops


I just love, love, love, this pattern and guess what?


Pfaltzgraff wants to send a set of 4, 5 piece place settings to one of my lucky readers!


Yep! You!

But before we get into all the juicy little details, I want to play with it a bit,


and show you how great it looks in a tropical, beachy setting


So stop back by next Sunday for the giveaway… there will be lots of ways to enter~


I can’t wait to share the inspiration behind this design, a lovely heartfelt story and book~the history of the dishware and show you the PLATTER celebrating Villa Della Luna’s 10th anniversary which will be given away too!  Wow!

In the meantime you might want to see all the pieces, so pop over to Pfaltzgraff and peruse all their patterns~

I did receive promotional products from Lifetime Brands,  for this post but I fell in love with this dishware long before this promotional consideration~


I will be sharing with:

It’s Overflowing

Rustic and Refined

Coastal Charm

The Scoop

A Stroll Thru Life

Memories by the Mile

The Style Sisters

Savvy Southern Style

Posed Perfection

Between Naps on the Porch




17 Responses to “Tablescapes, Villa Della Luna”
  1. I fell in love with this pattern awhile ago, too Jenna. I really should get at least a service for 4.:-) I’ll be back to try for the “win”.

  2. Mary says:

    A fun and favorite Pfaltzgraff pattern of mine Jenna! I know the lucky winner will be thrilled to have a set to enjoy. I’m looking forward to seeing your tropical & beachy tablescape using Villa della Luna. Hope you’re enjoying some sunshine and some beautiful coastal weather this weekend 🙂

  3. Happier Than A Pig In Mud says:

    Very pretty! I love all of the great colors:@)

  4. Pretty pattern and great giveaway. Look forward to seeing your tablescape at the beach.

  5. Christine says:

    what a gorgeous outdoor space!!!!t love the plate in the pot too

  6. Debra Lee says:

    This is great festive ware!

  7. Christine says:

    Wonderful outdoor tablescape and love the dishes!

  8. Lana says:

    So pretty! I love Pfaltzgraff’s quality, and this pattern is so pretty. We need some new dishes – I will go check this out!

  9. Oh, no you didn’t put that beautiful tableware in the soil of that pot!!! For shame! 🙂 But it really does look cool there, I must admit!

    I love the look of Italian pottery. It always has a place in my heart…and my kitchen! It can take on a fun or serious tone and can be used pretty much year-round. THAT’S probably what makes it the greatest…no holds barred on when/where/how to use it!

    I’ll keep my eyes open for the giveaway! I could play with this for years to come!!!

  10. Hope says:

    I was told 8 years ago this pattern was recalled. My local pfaltzgraff store refund me in store credit for a new pattern. I believe it was due to lead in the paint.

    • Hi Hope, hmmmm, that is odd, all I know is that I purchased some from in January and began using it on my blog. Pflatzgraff then contacted me and asked me if I would do an anniversary promotion and giveaway~according to the company this pattern has been in production for 10 years.

  11. Bev says:

    Yes, I have seen and admired this pattern for a long time. Love how you have used it…very vibrant and cheerful!

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