For the record, I do not change out much of my decor between spring and summer. The reason I do not change it much is because I decorate with a lot of plants and florals. The plants and florals I use throughout spring can generally carry me to fall. There are a few florals I swap out, but overall, it stays the same. It’s one of the reasons I love garden style…it goes a long way if done well.
Since my overall taste in decor is garden style, this simple spring tablescape idea was inspired by some natural elements found outdoors.
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For this spring tablescape, I left my wood table bare because I like the rustic, casual feel. I used a burlap table runner as the base layer, then added a vintage-inspired metal bucket with faux greens and these beautiful wood Pier 1 candlesticks. For the place settings, I added these cedar branch placemats, dark rattan chargers, Round Rattan Brick Brown 13-Inch Charger, Set of 4, my casual dinner plates, and these blackish gray linen napkin. I topped off each place setting with these adorable little bird nests that I found at Morris County Farms, in Denville, New Jersey. If you live in the area and you haven’t been there before, go, they have the best garden-style home decor around!
Thank you so much for following along! I hope this post inspires you to create your own spring or Easter tablescape for your next dinner party.
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