I’ve been adding spring decor into my home little by little the past week because to be honest this winter has been so long, so cold and so snowy!! At this point I need to look at something other than snowflakes! We still have huge snowdrifts outside but I’m completely ready for spring.
A few days ago I bought a big bunch of tulips in a gorgeous spring pink color and decorated my spring table and dining room!
Here are my Spring Table Decor Ideas and Dining Room Tour:
Like my Spring Mantel, for my Spring Dining Room I wanted an elegant, serene rustic luxe look. I created a tablescape with layers of silver, white and a touch of spring pink!
Decor tip: When I create my tablescapes I like to mix up the table settings so that they aren’t too matchy-matchy. I usually add different salad plates, napkins and napkin rings for the two end place settings and keep the 4 middle place settings the same. I believe that adding some variety adds interest and keeps it from looking boring. I keep the whole tablescape cohesive by using the same water glasses, wine glasses, flatware and dinner plates.
I used white dinnerware mixed with vintage stoneware as well as crystal and silver candlesticks.
Center stage is my large white contemporary shaped vase filled with these gorgeous pink tulips! They are just starting to open up!
I added my DIY French Script eggs in little raffia nests that I made (I just took two strands of raffia and wound them around my fingers to create a little nest – no glue involved!). I love the black and white script and the texture of the raffia on the table! These little dipping bowls are the perfect size to hold the nested eggs.
I mixed white napkins and platinum grey colored napkins, crystal napkin rings and beaded flower napkin rings – I think the big white flowers bring a nice spring feeling to the table.
The Waterford crystal water glasses add a pretty touch of sparkle to the table – and who doesn’t like to drink out of crystal stemware?
These wood chargers in a grey-brown color add the perfect touch of rustic decor to the table. I love how the look against the white dinnerware!
I’m including a resource list in case you’d like to buy any of the pieces I used (or find something similar) for your own spring table! As a lover of deals – most of these items I purchased on sale, at reduced prices or at auction!
Caterer’s white napkins: Pottery Barn
Flatware – French Countryside Mikasa
White Vase – HomeGoods
Grey wooden chargers – President’s Choice label, Loblaws
White dipping bowls – President’s Choice label, Loblaws
White Tablecloth – HomeSense
Crystal napkin rings – HomeGoods
Floral Napkin Rings – Pier One
Tulips – my local grocery store
Crystal and silver candlesticks – found at auction
Pfaltzgraff vintage stoneware dessert plates – found at auction
For more tablescape ideas check out my 20 plus unique and fun napkin folding styles post!
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I’m thrilled to be joining 13 of my creative friends for the ‘It’s a Spring Thing’ blog hop today! Each day this week there will be inspirational posts on Spring decor, crafts and recipes.
On Friday we will be having a huge Spring Linky Party with an amazing prize-filled giveaway! (details to come!)
Here’s the blog hop lineup of It’s a Spring Thing Blog Hoppers:
~ Monday ~
Maryann from Domestically Speaking
Heather from Setting for Four
Kim from Sand & Sisal
Courtney from French Country Cottage
~ Tuesday ~
Jennifer from Town and Country Living
Roeshel from DIY Show Off
Kristin from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
~ Wednesday ~
Destiny from A Place for Us
Angelina from JoJo & Eloise
Kristin from Yellow Bliss Road
~ Thursday ~
Mary Beth from Cupcakes & Crinoline
Heather & Vanessa from At the Picket Fence
Kristi from Lolly Jane
Debbie from Debbie Doos
~ Friday ~
It’s a Spring Thing Linky Party… come share your Spring décor, recipes, crafts and more!
I hope you enjoyed touring my Spring Dining Room!!
Be sure to visit the other blog hop posts to fill your home with the beauty and renewal of spring!