Exploring ways to decorate a spring table? Here are a few simple decorating ideas that will have you green with envy for the sunny season.
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When I discovered this set of 12 mismatched champagne flutes on Etsy I knew they would just be amazing for a spring table setting, and all year long for that matter…
And they are today’s spring table setting inspiration.
SHOP TABLE SETTING GLASSWARE
I’ve really been on a shopping spree with Etsy lately. It’s been so cold and icy here in Vermont this winter, I haven’t felt much like getting out to go “Thrifting with the Gals“.
And that’s where I found these beautiful table setting champagne flutes. If you like colored glassware you will love the Eclectic Tabletop shop over on Etsy.
They are even cute used as spring bud vases.
Then I found these 4 Limoges china bowls at the Stone House Antique Center for just $24 and thought they would be just perfect on our table setting for Saint Patrick’s Day.
They have a beautiful green and gold trim.
And of course, tulips which always give off that sunny season vibe.
I’m really partial to the white tulips with the green stems this time of the year. There’s just something about them.
But check out these gorgeous pink tulips I saw at the post office this week. Aren’t these amazing?
You may also enjoy “Thrifting with the Gal’s” monthly round-up, Spring Thrifty and Things.
Did you know it’s only 2 degrees outside here today? Brrrr.
And that gets me craving for a pretty spring table setting.
So I headed to the supermarket to pick up some fruit, tulips, and bread.
I grabbed the wooden chargers that I bought from Pier 1 Imports a few years back along with my trusty large thrifted white dishes and added the thrifted Limoges china bowls to hold the fruit and mini croissants.
I created a simple bouquet with supermarket flowers in a white farmhouse pitcher for the centerpiece.
Check out How a Penny Can Keep Tulips From Drooping here.
And a few green apples scattered on the table for their beautiful green color.
Oh, and did you know I opened up a vintage booth downtown this week? You can check it all out HERE.
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SHOP SPRING TABLE SETTING
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I like adding Irish sweater pillows to our wicker dining room chairs this time of the year too.
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It reminds me of our trip to Ireland many years ago and an Irish sweater I bought when we were there.
My family is from a little town in Ireland just north of Dublin and south of Belfast.
Here is a picture of my grandmother, Maria Griffith outside her dress shop that she owned in Ireland. It would have been sometime in the late 1800s. I always think it’s so inspiring that she owned her own business back in those days.
Wishing you all the best today my friend, and I hope you were inspired here today!
SHOP SPRING TABLE SETTING
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Linda Harville says
Love the green flutes and your new bowls. Stone House is one of my favorite places to browse. Table looks great! And good luck with your new business venture!
Thank you so much Linda. Happy Spring😉
Those are beautiful flutes and look so cute with flowers in them. Loved the story about your grandmother, I was in Ireland myself in 2017, I loved it there, that was very special to own a shop back then. Have a wonderful weekend.
Aren’t they so different? I’m so glad you like them. Ireland is so beautiful. We loved it too. We back packed all over the country camping and staying in B&Bs. It was an amazing time 🇮🇪
Kim | Shiplap and Shells says
I’m loving everything green. Your tables and all the vintage you use are just so beautiful.
Thank you so much Kim 💚💚
Kim Waldorf says
You do vintage best! Another beautiful post, Ann. I just love those green flutes! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
Thank you so much Kim😘
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I am in love with those mismatched green glasses! Your entire table and mantel are just stunning. Going back to check out the other table posts you listed. You have such a beautiful space to enjoy your treasures. Thanks for the great ideas!
I’m so glad you like it all Cindy. Thanks so much for popping in today🙏😘