Houseplants make me happy. In turn, using houseplants in this garden party tablescape makes for a happy table. Come see all the garden goodness that makes this table styling a happy table setting.
Do you love to entertain, and set a pretty table, and have loved ones over to laugh the night away? Setting a casual farmhouse dining tablescape is the perfect way to set the stage for a relaxed and fabulous evening with friends and family.
Spring bulbs are always an indication the seasons are about to change over to more sunshine and blooms and time outdoors. This forced spring bulbs tablescape radiates all the spring vibes.
Today I am setting a table for the quintessential Irish holiday using English pottery. Why not? The matte finish of the green Wedgwood Jasperware adorns the St. Patrick’s Day tablescape with subtlety.
Mardi Gras is a tradition that’s been celebrated on Fat Tuesday for centuries. Here is a fun and easy way to celebrate at home with a pretty tablescape in honor of the Mardi Gras festivities.
Today I am sharing a festive winter table using pine cones as the main focal point since we have plenty of winter ahead of us st
October is in full stride. The holidays are looming ahead of us. Schools are humming along. Since most, if not all, schools are back to doing what they do, we set the table with an academic, scholarly, bookish aesthetic. It’s a fun way to hit the books! Check out my bookish tablescape.
Today we are sharing a late summer table scape straddling the end of summer and also looking forward towards the quickly approaching Fall season. Summer is winding down in late August so this table includes summer vibes set outdoors with seashells, but also includes some small nods towards Fall which is fast approaching with moodyContinue reading “cloche seashell tablescape”
July is hydrangea season! Hydrangeas are one of my all time favorite flowers and they are in full bloom! We have several varieties in the back yard and I brought some in to create a simple but beautiful centerpiece for this summer tablescape. This hydrangea and mercury glass tablescape brings two of my favorites together.Continue reading “hydrangea and mercury glass tablescape”
How do you set a table for the 4th of July without using red and blue tabletop items? We will show you how to do it and yet still remain festive by setting a patriotic tablescape with chalkboard flags. I am not a huge red gal. I have mentioned it here before, and I amContinue reading “patriotic tablescape with chalkboard flags”