Texasware Texas Ware Melamine, Taylor Smith Taylor, Mystery Architectural Window Cluster Decorating

Retro Chalet : Living A Vintage Life

Aug 10 2021 • 31 mins

This is my third episode and I'm so glad you're here. Find all photos of this episode on the RetroChalet Instagram!

In this episode:

  • Find out some inside scoop about the Melmac Melamine Giant Texasware, as told to me by former employees and a plastics factory manager in Canada.   More information and factory ariel tours on my RetroChalet Melmac Central site.
  • Learn about a very easy to find inexpensive 1960's ceramic line by Taylor Smith Taylor called  Boutonniere that would look great in any retro kitchen! I found some sets on Etsy but you can also assemble this for pennies on the dollar in thrift shops! See Ed's collection here. See some I found at Etsy here to give you an idea of the pattern.  The set pictured is for sale at StoneRidgeAttic on Etsy. Use this link to get there.
  • See Miss Pat's old mystery window! Learn how to use cluster decorating and see how she uses old architectural antiques outside the home.  Any ideas where
  • came from?

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