I am so excited to share my neutral spring tablescape. Spring is here and I love to decorate my table for the spring season.
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My favorite way to decorate my home for each season is to change up the kitchen table. I love to see my table set when I walk into my home from the outside. It is so easy and inexpensive to decorate your table by using dishes, textiles, and items that you already own.
When I was in Culinary School, we used white plates. Personally, I think the food on a white plate looks better. I know some people like food on black or gray plates but I usually serve meals on white dishes.
Just for tablescapes, I like to purchase 6 or 8 of the same plates. I will also purchase 6 or 8 bowls or salad plates to sit on top of the plates. I think HomeGoods and TJ Maxx are great places to find beautiful dishes for a great price. You can usually find 6 or 8 of the same plates and bowls there.
Over the years, I have added to my set of good dishes. I use these for Thanksgiving and when I entertain. When I am setting a table for the seasons, I use my inexpensive dishes. That way I can change up my table without spending a lot of money.
The placemats were found at a discount store that receives items from Target. Glass charges are from Michaels on clearance. Napkins are a thrifted store find. The flatware is from Walmart and it always sells out. I believe it is $20 for 4 place settings. Here is a similar one from Amazon.
Lately, I am seeing stores carry extra long table runners. When I saw this one at HomeGoods I grabbed it. The runner is 102 inches long and is the first runner that hangs off the table.
The bunny is a thrift store find. Also, the smaller vase and greenery are from a thrift store.
My favorite thing about my neutral spring tablescape is my faux olive tree. After seeing bloggers make the diy faux olive tree on Instagram, I decided to make my own. You can view the tutorial here.
The tree is made with a real tree branch and faux olive stems. These olive trees are very pricey in the stores. I save money by making my own. I followed a tutorial on Instagram from Proverbs Thirty One Girl.
After making the tree, I decided to make a smaller one for the table.
I know I am going to enjoy this Neutral Spring Tablescape. I am already enjoying being in the kitchen more.
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