To change the look, I can just remove the black vases and add in simple glass hurricanes. Set it all on a graphic base of B&W patterned table linens. If you can't find the right patterned napkin, try using Fabric Quarters, easily found at JoAnn's and usually on sale for a fraction of big-box store cloth napkins...
HomeGoods does have a great selection of table linens, which is where I picked up these graphic B&W mats...
Mixing old & New: Crackled Eggs + Mats - New from HomeGoods, paired with thrift finds such a collected brass candlesticks and white dishes...
Just as I do when styling a home, I layered black & white graphic textile patterns such as the fret boarder mats from HomeGoods over the HomeGoods B&W runner. Since I only had a 4 pack of paisley napkins (also from HomeGoods) I layered in the fabric quarters I picked up at JoAnns...
Thrifted bags of multi-colored Easter eggs I hot glued to an also thrifted raffia wreath and spray painted gold with splatters of chocolate made for a thrifty-chic wreath.
To personalize the place settings, add a simple monogram to a gold painted egg by using scrapbook rub-on letters (I actually added later). The birds nests I had gotten had HomeGoods a few years back - but they came with blue Robin's eggs. Removing the blue eggs and replacing with gold was a nice way to repupose and reuse something I already had...
From Our Easter Home 2011
A table runner used to band my drop-cloth slip covered bench.
I relocated the runner from the table to the bench to give it a dash of shimmer and
balance the shine in the space. I picked up the table runner after Christmas on clearance at West Elm for only $6.
My framed fabric wall art created a simple grid focal point on the freshly painted SW Lime Ricky wall. Live ferns from Lowes help echo Spring freshness! Smaller brass candlesticks I've also collected while thrifting, are given a larger scale by 'nesting' inside taller glass cylinders...
Tablescape layers - Fun & EZ to do with HomeGoods!
These birds nest (from HomeGoods) gave an organic tough to each placesetting, for an otherwise very graphic tablescape. Although the nests were from HG, the larger gold eggs were from thrift that I painted gold, and later mongrammed.
The flatware was a great find in a clearance at HomeGoods (only $25 for a Lenox set of 8 placesetting, including serving pieces!!) and worked great with my collected white dinnerware I've gathered thrifting - Again, just like with home styling, I love merging new and old to personalize a space, or as here, a tablescape.
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Lynda, how really elegant!!I love the stuning color palette just gorgeous!ReplyDelete
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I have admired your dining room for a while now. I love the green paint, so bright and fresh, and it makes a stunning backdrop for your tablescape. I want your black goblets! I'm also quite taken with the simple yet elegant Easter decorations, love your style.ReplyDelete
Wow, what a refreshing change from Spring pastels. Love all the drama & sophistication! Lovely, absolutely lovely.ReplyDelete
This is a stunning table! I love the gold, black, and white color palette! The black vases with hydrangea are the perfect touch!ReplyDelete
Very elegant.Love the green and black together.ReplyDelete
Hi Lynda! It's so nice to meet you! Oh, what a beautiful table - it's so elegant too! Love your colors you've used. Beautiful photos too!ReplyDelete
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Hi Lynda! Your modern tablescape is gorgeous! I love that it's so elegant and warm at the same token, because I've seen modern cold and minimal, not warm, that I'm sure anyone will get bored in a couple of weeks, I know I would! I love the green and black together, and gold... it's stunning!ReplyDelete
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Thank you very much!! Happy to read you've enJOYed the "dramatic" modern style! Thanks for visiting!!ReplyDelete
So PRETTY! I love the colors.ReplyDelete
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I love the look of spring...I can't wait to get all moved so I can start decorating again...I'm your newest follower from "Elements" Whasssup Wednesday...Please come on over and visit "My Crazy Beautiful Life" and say "Hi"...would love for you to follow back!!ReplyDelete
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This is so lovely! Thank you for sharing this at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop :)
What I really like about the tablescapes you display is that your style is versatile and varied.ReplyDelete
Your many years as a visual merchandiser is evident.
Always look forward to your tables.
Rashon aka Mr. Goodwill Hunting
Elegant tablescape! Loved your blach-n-white combo..a bliss:)ReplyDelete
Hope to see you on my blog:)
Wow - your designs are really wonderful!ReplyDelete
Very pretty table, your little nests are darling and the holiday touch to your table. Thanks so much for sharing and Happy Easter.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the kind comments and stopping by Ashley, Denyse, SJ, Rashon, Sanghamitra, Miss Char, and All The Pretty Dishes!! xoReplyDelete
Interesting take on Easter decor. Happy to have you with us at Seasonal Sundays.ReplyDelete
- The Tablescaper
So beautiful. I love your amazing spring tablescape!ReplyDelete
Very pretty. My laundry room is the same green. I love it!ReplyDelete
Just beautiful! Wondering where the table and buffet came from?ReplyDelete
Thank you! The dining table was a house warming / wedding gift from my mom to us (JCP) and the mid century buffet was a thrift score I refinished. back in Miami.Delete