Simple Spring Tablescape Idea for the Dining Table
Looking for ways to decorate the dining table for spring? Wait until you see this simple tablescape idea!
The inspiration behind my spring tablescape is this magnolia centerpiece I made a few weeks ago.
Since I LOVE my vintage toolbox beautiful winter centerpiece so much, I swapped out the winter greens and designed a spring version in the same toolbox.
I’ve never been one to decorate with a lot of bunnies for spring or Easter, but instead focus on the greens, florals and natural, textured elements.
Like this birdhouse centerpiece idea for the dining room table.
This year, I’m drawn to neutrals, so this tablescape has lots of woods, whites, and textured layers.
While our gatherings have been scaled back this year, we can still do things to make the best of it.
To that end, I am joining a Spring Tablescape Blog Hop hosted by my talented friend, Kristin of White Arrows Home.
Ever been on a blog hop before?
They are really fun and provide lots of great decorating ideas from touring other people’s homes.
We all have different decorating styles so there is much to see, so be sure to check out all of the spring tablescape inspiration at the end of this post.
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How to Create this Spring Tablescape for the Dining Table
Layers, layers, and more layers.
Think layers when creating any tablescape because they bring warmth and personality to the table.
When you are able to go out shopping, pick up dining accessories that you can re-use over and over again.
I create a lot of different looks using the same basic pieces.
Since many of us are shut down, look around your home and see what you already have in lieu of shopping.
You might be surprised at the cool things you have hidden in storage.
Be creative and most importantly, have fun with it!
Decorating the Table
Since I love to leave my farmhouse wood table exposed, I started with this beautiful jute table runner from Pier 1.
I centered the spring centerpiece, then flanked both sides with these brass candlesticks from Target and adorable faux mushrooms.
To add some mood lighting, I used white tapered candles.
For each place setting, I layered placemats, chargers and dinnerware. I started with my favorite cedar branch placemats from Pier 1, then topped it with a rattan charger, dinner and salad plates.
As an aside, I love how these placemats make each place setting look.
They vibe well with my garden-style decor and I use them in almost every tablescape.
Guests love them and they are worth the purchase.
To add some elegance, I used my neutral Lenox fine china that was passed down to me from my grandmother.
Whenever I can, I try to incorporate my Lenox in tablescapes because it is nice to be able to use them instead of keeping them tucked away in storage.
And I love the gold rims on them! It adds a touch of sparkle to a casual tablescape without overpowering it.
For some added bling, I used her lead crystal goblets and gold flatware.
I don’t typically use this gold flatware set, but love that pop of gold and how casually elegant it looks.
And I love how the flatware brings out the yellow in the magnolias.
What Do You Think?
While it will be strange having a much smaller and more intimate gathering for Easter, I am looking forward to time with my husband and kids.
For more centerpiece inspiration, check out Budget-Friendly Winter Centerpiece Ideas and Centerpiece Ideas for Every Season.
Thank you for touring my spring tablescape and hope you found it inspiring.
For more decorating ideas, hop over to my friends’ blogs and check out their spring and Easter tablescape tours.
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