Creating tablescapes/centerpieces are some of my favorite things to do! I get to be creative and really explore all different ways to style things in our home. Most of the time, my tablescapes are made up of things I already own and today's tablescape is no different! My hope when creating tablescapes is to be a source of inspiration for you when styling your home!
I wanted this tablescape to be very casual hence the plates and cups are not in front of each seat, but rather off to the side so that the food could be served and passed around the table. I also did not include fancy napkins or silverware thinking maybe this would be fun for a spring BBQ where paper products could be used!
I started by laying down an old chippy window as the base or 'table runner.' I then took some old books and stacked them on top of the window and laid one open to the side and stood the other up. I chose some of my ironstone pieces for some pops of white. I chose a pitcher for the middle to really anchor everything. I used the mini pitchers as accent pieces for the middle. On the sides, I used the 'plate' like ironstone pieces I have so that there was some symmetry.
I made this spring-like by taking some faux succulents and sticking them in random places along the centerpiece. I think this adds some texture and brings the tablescape to life. It is also a good mix of vintage and fresh things!
I really love how this turned out and I think it could be recreated to fit what you already own just as easily. You could use a shutter or door for the window, fresh flowers in place of the faux ones I used, a favorite collection of yours rather than the ironstone. The possibilities are endless!
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