If you follow on Instagram, you probably caught a peek of this modern black and pink tablescape I put together recently. I love experimenting with table designs because they are relatively inexpensive, you can mix and match what you have and it’s a great creative exercise. I wanted to put together a full blog post to show you how simple can still be dramatic. Let’s dive into this black and blush table decor for a closer look.
Black and Blush Table Decor
I originally put this together for an Easter Table, so you can see a few little subtle bunnies in there. But you can easily remove those and just look at the table!
I added texture to the table by placed two small faux fur rugs down the center of table. It instantly added such a softness to the table and provided that “hard soft” look that I love so much.
At each place setting I used matte black ceramic plates and silverware and a simple blush pink napkin. It really doesn’t take much! Just the pop of black against the white fur made for a dramatic look without needing at on of extra layering.
Modern Minimalistic Easter Table
I wanted a more minimalistic look for the table with pops of drama. These faux magnolia stems were the perfect touch. I loved how bold they look on the table and they give such a romantic touch.
I placed them in blush pink lanterns. These are great because they can be reused as actual lanterns, vases and can be moved around the house for various occasions.
To mix things up, I purchased a few tea towels that have these gorgeous water color flowers on them. I liked how it helped give a pop of pattern and tie the whole table together with the floral print.
What do you think? Do you like playing around with different table designs? Do you like me sharing them at least once a month?
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Sandra Huntley says
I liked your table setting with the black and blush but black dinnerware isn’t my favorite. If I were to use it I would put a blush colored plate on top of it. Use the black as a charger. Now, I loved the table setting you showed using the lavender as the flowers.
Taryn Whiteaker says
Thanks for the feedback! I actually tried doing a blush colored salad plate but it just wasn’t the look I was going for. I love hearing your perspective though, hopefully you can take this idea and build on it!