Oh a glimpse of spring felt so good for this Seattle soul! The sun was shining, the back door was open and it really felt like spring here yesterday. I took advantage of vibe in our home and added some minimalistic spring table decor to our dining area.
I do A LOT of tablescapes around here, I love the creative process. But there are definitely times when I just want to set a quick table for a casual dinner with friends. I don’t want to buy anything new but still want it to be inviting. So that was my goal for this post. Was to show you that simple can work, it doesn’t have to be very elaborate to pull off a good tablescape.
Minimalistic Spring Table Decor
I didn’t purchase a single new item for this table, I used all things I’ve had around the house or stocked in cabinets! I started with a navy and cream table runner I found at HomeGoods but I linked to a similar one for you.
And the rest of the table is simple and alllll about layering!
I had a variety of inexpensive round placemats in my collection, so I decided to layer a few to create some dimension and texture to the table. I started with just the black and blue and felt like that was too simple, then I added the wicker and it felt just right. I staggered them a little so you can see all the colors come through. It’s an easy way to add a bigger impact to a table setting.
On top of the placemats, I went with a very light gray textured plate. I normally mix match my dinner and salad plate but I went with a solid look this time since the table already had so much layering happening.
Navy and Black Tablesetting
I added these faux green succulents I had scattered around the house and placed them on a single narrow cutting board. Easy and something you can keep up as a centerpiece.
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More Spring Table Ideas
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cassie bustamante says
when i saw the images i knew right away this was yours… you have such a pretty and distinct style!
Love the layered placements – they really make the whole thing pop!