I am so excited to be joining an amazing group of bloggers on a tour to show our spring tablescapes. I thought I would put a fun twist on mine! I wanted to take something simple, like white vases in a spring centerpiece, and show you how to style it three different ways! To be honest, I love putting together a really gorgeous tablescape, but now that I work full time, I need more fast and easy things that look pretty and are easy to do, such as my early spring mantel.
. I guess I have a thing for white vases, because I have a lot of them! It was really inexpensive and easy to grab some in different heights, and add some grocery store tulips, and a few extra things with them. Displays and vignettes always look best in odd number groupings, so five seemed like a good number for impact.
For look number one, I placed the vases on a live edge wood slab, and added some moss around the base.
In our home, we don’t have a separate dining room, so any centerpiece we have needs to be fairly mobile to make way for our dishes, or small enough to work around.
The live edge slab is thin enough that we still had room for plates, or if we were feeling brave, we could move the whole thing!
For look number two, I grouped the vases with tulips on a marble round tray, and added a tablecloth.
What I do like about this is it’s much easier to keep it on the table with our dishes. I will let you in on a little secret… the tablecloth is actually a shower curtain from Target. Ssshhh… don’t tell anyone. It fits out table perfectly, and I love the pattern.
Our local grocery store is a bit troubled,so it’s generally referred to “Stupid (insert grocery store name here)” in every day conversation between locals. Once in a while they do surprise me though, and they did have some pretty tulips this time.
For the the third look, I placed the vases along the center of the table.
I placed the little white vase on a marble cake plate and salt and pepper pinch pots from my shop. It gave it some nice height and contrast.
These are fast and easy, right? Which of these three are your favorite? For me, I think it’s the middle one, because it’s the most practical. Thanks for stopping by! If you want to visit my store, or take a workshop in our makery, you can check out our website here.
I’m also teaching a Santos Doll workshop in April at the store!
Make sure to visit the other homes on the tablescape tour, and see their gorgeous decor!