I love to set a pretty tablescape and Spring is probably one of my favorites. Today I am teaming up with 11 bloggers to share our Spring Tablescapes. Be sure to scroll to the bottom to visit the other bloggers participating. There is so much Spring goodness for you to enjoy! Yesterday I shared a sneak peek of my table and showed a few ideas for styling the cabinets in my dining room. Today it’s all about setting the table. Thank you to Kelly from North Country Nest for organizing this fun hop.
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How To Set A Pretty Spring Tablescape
One thing that I am always on the look out for when thrifting is unique chargers. Believe it or not I found these pretty pink chargers at the craft store! I love that they can work for Valentine’s Day, Spring and Easter too! Most of my chargers are a standard round shape and the scallop detail on these really stood out.
Next I add dinner plates. I have quite the collection of dinner plates now as there is a local thrift store that sells plates unbelievably cheap-like 8 for $2! So you can see why I love going there! Luckily I have a large hutch to store them. The dinner plates I used have different pastel colors and worked great with the floral salad plates.
Linen napkins are always a nice touch, but can be very pricey. One tip I have is to use flour sack towels or kitchen towels like these pretty pink ones I found at Target. A set of 4 was $5.99! To top off the place setting I added a handmade clay bird’s nest you can see here.
Of course I had to include pink tulips in a white ironstone pitcher as it just says Spring. These tulips have lasted a week. I love daffodils too, but they seem to only last a few days. If you have any tips for daffodils, let me know!
You can never go wrong with a white tablecloth, although this one is a little short for my table.
These pretty bone china pieces were gifted to me many years ago. I usually keep them in a curio cabinet, but they just went so well with the Spring table that I brought them out. It actually feels good to use pieces that are usually kept behind glass.
I hope you enjoyed my Spring Tablescape. Next week I will be sharing Spring Mantel ideas and hope you will come back for that. Enjoy the other tablescapes and have a great day!
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