Everybody Loves Home Decor: Patricia Heaton Just Launched the Cutest Summer Entertaining Collection

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If anyone knows how to host a big family gathering, it's Patricia Heaton. Not only is she the famous matriarch of two lovable, albeit slightly dysfunctional, families (on Everybody Loves Raymond and The Middle), but the Emmy-winning actress is also a real-life mom of four. Back in 2017, she shared her favorite recipes in her debut cookbook, Patricia Heaton's Food for Family and Friends, so it seems only fitting that she follow that up with a summer-inspired home entertaining collection — aligned perfectly with Mother's Day — exclusively for Walmart. And we've got to say, girl's got style!

"Patricia Heaton Home is something I have wanted to put together for years now," she said in a press release. "It was born out of my love for spending quality time with family and friends, and is such a natural progression for me." Ready to inspire your inner hostess? Scroll down to shop our favorite picks from Patricia Heaton Home.

floral patterned napkins
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Instantly elevate your summer soiree with these trendy floral cloth napkins. P.S. They're reversible.

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In the words of Beyoncé, let us upgrade you.

floral dinnerware set
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Summer meals are in full bloom.

floral apron
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This has party hostess written all over it.

turquoise water goblet
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Anyone else suddenly feel in the mood for a summer cocktail?

turquoise floral table runner
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See a fancy table runner? Oh yes, it's that kind of party.


Adria Greenhauff

Adria Greenhauff

Adria Valdes Greenhauff is a writer and editor based in Miami, Fla. She’s covered food, travel and lifestyle for numerous online publications including The Quench, The List, Vivala, Foodable, Recommend magazine and Miami New Times. She's also the host of the Better Food Stories podcast.