This week I decided to create different tablescapes each day using items that I have around the house.
It would be great to get your feedback and for you to let me know which is the tablescape you love the most. Just pick a day of the week or theme/name and leave me a quick comment.
Monday – Blue & White Collection On The Patio
Tuesday – Birdcage & Poppies In The Breakfast Nook
Wednesday – Pink & Green With Birds And Tulips On The Patio
Thursday – Topiaries In The Formal Dining Room
Today – “Frenchy Friday” Inspired By The Provencal Tablecloth
These special settings were either created in our formal dining room, breakfast nook or on the patio. I did not feature anything on our kitchen island, although, we often have breakfast there or casual meals. Maybe I will put something together later on.
It was a fun project to come up with some totally different “looks” and to use items that I already own.
Many of the items that I used are things that I purchased at Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Ballard Designs, Homegoods, Pier 1, TJ Maxx and Marshalls.
During this exercise, I realized that I probably do not need to buy any more dishes, linens or “props” (we are not letting the hubs know this). I could still create so many other fun tablesettings with other items that I already have.
Another thing that is great is that now is a perfect time here in South Florida to plant some spring flowers. It is not too hot and there is a wonderful selection at Home Depot, Lowes and even the grocery stores. I need to “spruce up” my planters around the pool with some fresh plants. I love white geraniums at this time of year.
I already did a little spring vignette by the chaise on the patio by adding a cute bunny pillow, some fresh tulips and a birdnest. Once I am finished with the patio and front porch, I will share this with you.
Also, my herb garden is looking fantastic and I plan to add a few more plants to that area. I am going to a luncheon on Sunday and will bring a bouquet of herbs for my friend who is hosting the event.
Next up, is “springizing” inside the house with bunnies, bird nests, florals and other items to create a new and fresh look for spring. Then, on to the Easter table.
Do you change up your decor for the different seasons? I love to do this, as it makes everything seem new, fresh and gives me a lot of variety throughout the house and outdoor spaces.