Spring Table Decor Ideas
We love the elegant style of Interior Designer Lory Bernstein from Designthusisam. We teamed up with her again to bring you a beautiful Easter table with our pretty Poppy Collection.
See our first collaboration with Lory > Using Gold for the Holidays.
Looking to make your Spring table or Easter table special? These decor ideas will inspire you to up your game for a beautiful table setting.
Why is it that some people use the same formal china over and over and never quite pull off a truly exceptional table and yet others just have a knack for pairing disparate elements together that when combined add up to something better than the pieces alone?
Lory paired them with dinner plates that are vintage Limoges, the gilding ties them elegantly together. These enchanting bowls can be used in a variety of ways on your table, including for salad or fruit, or with floating flowers or candles, as well.
The larger two sizes of the bowls are absolutely gorgeous and Lory placed as the primary centerpiece.
You can see them, below, playing the role of Easter "basket", bedecked with speckled Easter eggs for a holiday dinner.
Alternatively, above, they are simply scattered with cherry blossoms for a celebration that can extend well through the spring season into summer.
The accompanying pieces on the table blend well with the delightful bowls. The napkins are akin to that perfect white shirt, in linen and embellished with an understated tonal embroidery, subtle and well tailored with just a hint of flair.
The butterfly napkin rings add a bit of jewelry to the mix, with pale gentle colors paralleling the frosted glass of the bowls.
The florals are springy and casually arranged, gathering pink ranunculus, cream roses and green hydrangeas in a pair of simple vases.
The sweet tulip votive holders were found on Lory's trip to Greece, and she enjoy the quiet way they round out the tableau.
The silver flatware is vintage with an orchid motif.
Wine goblets in cut crystal are classic in pattern, with just enough interest to reflect the light in the room.