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I am really loving simplicity these days. Don’t’ get me wrong…I still love cozy layers and all the things. For tablescapes, and table decor, I really enjoy a simple and undone table. What is an undone table, you may ask? It’s where you don’t necessarily have all the place settings set. I usually have a stack of plates or bowls with placements. I like using candles…sometimes a lot and sometimes just a few. You can watch my IG reel here, as well. So, let’s get started!
I used a very simple white runner with a fringe effect. I added a woven basket tray and a stack of our everyday plates. The white pitcher with white florals is the focal point, but it’s not so big that you can’t have a conversation. I included pink cloth napkins and copper S & P shakers. Flanking the tray, I added a variety of candles. It’s simple and still useful.
I love vintage and antique finds and crocks are one of my favorite things to find! I used 3 crocks on a large wooden cutting board. The same white runner with fringe is also used. The largest crock has a beautiful spring floral arrangement with pink and white peonies and some greenery. I added the same candlesticks and candles as the previous centerpiece idea, as well. At the far end of the table, you’ll find a stack of our everyday dishes and placemats.
Dark, Moody, and Apples
Dark and Moody seems to be trending these days, so I tried to add a little bit to my spring table. I used two vases (that I thrifted and refurbished), and stuck fiddle leaf stems into one. I used a white ruffle table runner bunched up for a more lived in/messy look. Finally, a wooden bowl full of (real) apples. Again, functional decor.
Dough Bowl and Candles
Tulips are the perfect spring flower, right? These are faux and they’re my absolute favorite! They look and feel so real! I love how the tulips look in the mossy white pots. I used 5 pots of tulips and then added plain white, short pillar candles and placed everything in my large wooden dough bowl. Same fringy white table runner is the backdrop. You can see the variety of candlesticks at the far end with a stack of our everyday dishes.
Pretty in Pink
This is definitely a more formal tablescape. I included place settings and all the things. You can find a detailed post with more pictures of this tablescape here. I used a small wooden dough bowl filled with greens and pink cherry blossoms. Same variety of candlesticks with white and pink candles and the same white fringe runner.
Black Urn and Pink Flowers
I really love this one! It’s kind of a mix between formal and undone. I used a piece of a wooden crate as my anchor. Then I added my (thrifted) black urn (that I repainted) with a lovely pink floral arrangement with lamb’s ear. I used the bunched-up ruffle white runner, as well. Stacks of our everyday plates and bowls give a lived-in feel. I added brass candlesticks and a small cake stand. I love how functional items can be used as decor. I think the lived-in look gives more cozy vibes and it’s not so fussy.
So, Treasure Hunters, which one was your favorite? You can shop this post at the end. Until next time!