Ah, can you hear that? It’s the sound of spring steadily approaching! I’m not sure about you, but I am SO ready for spring to get here. I’m now officially beckoning the season with spring table decor to inspire you this year!
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Welcome to a Spring Tablescape Blog Hop
Today, I’m joining a fabulous group of bloggers to share a parade of spring tablescapes!
Our gracious and talented hostess, Chloe from Celebrate & Decorate, has gathered a wonderful tour of homes. You’ll find a complete list of participants at the end of this post, so I hope you’ll “hop” over to visit some of my friends when you’re done here!
If you’re here visiting from Intelligent Domestications, thanks for coming over! I’m sure you enjoyed Shirley’s spring table all set for tea.
Table Decor for Spring – Starting Point
We’ve all faced the challenge of the “naked table.” It sits there, waiting to be dressed for the next holiday or special dinner, but it’s hard to know where to start.
Below, I hope to highlight a few spring decor accents you can easily mix and match this season to create a table that’s ready to entertain without any wardrobe malfunctions.
Table Runner and Centerpiece
To begin, I decided on a simple blue and green theme with whitewashed accents. I found the perfect table runner made of blue ticking to get things started.
The blue ticking coordinated perfectly with my dining room walls and area rug without coming off as “matchy-matchy.” (Normally, I have my DIY stenciled table runner here, but I’m enjoying the change.)
For the centerpiece, I used a simple ceramic bunny that I couldn’t resist at a local home decor shop. The pink tulips sticking out of his basket remind me of my boys coming off the school bus with objects protruding from their backpacks!
I decided to nestle the bunny among a green baby’s breath garland, fern sprays and a touch of white gypsophila stems. I also added a couple of small boxwood topiaries and bird figurines on either side.
You may have noticed I also threaded some garland through my chandelier to create a “garden room” effect. (Can you tell I’m desperate for spring to arrive?)
DIY Cake Stand Accent
In a recent YouTube video, I shared a tutorial on how to create an easy DIY cake stand. I thought this made the perfect complement to my whitewashed candlesticks and wooden charger plates.
In my video, I showcased the most amazing-looking cupcakes on my stand, but I swapped out the cupcakes for a bird’s nest in my spring tablescape decor.
Spring Plates as Table Decor
These simple black-and-white salad plates had me hooked the moment I saw them at my favorite local craft store (Hobby Lobby).
The whitewashed wooden chargers also provided enough contrast with the salvaged wood table to set off the plates but complement the dining room chairs.
I’m really enjoying the subtle green and blue color palette for this spring table, but if you’re looking for more pops of color, you can always check out my Easter table decor.
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Continue Your Tour
There’s much more inspiration to get you motivated to decorate this spring! Please pay a visit to some of my friends below!
Home is Where the Boat Is
My Family Thyme
Red Cottage Chronicles
The Painted Apron
From My Carolina Home
Home and Gardening with Liz
Create With Cynthia
Bluesky at Home
Living With Thanksgiving
My Thrift Store Addiction
The Little Yellow Corner Store
Belle Blue Interiors
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Life and Linda
First Day of Home
White Arrows Home
Calypso in the Country
Celebrate & Decorate
Happy Spring, my friends!