Chinoiserie Easter Tablescape
A Tablescape Blog Hop!
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I am back with another beautiful table, this time for Easter! This week twenty two fantastic table stylist bloggers will be sharing their vision of an Easter tablescape. I hope you will take the time to visit all of their blogs.
Whenever I am going to style a new table, I look for something unique to do. I have styled a table using some of my porcelain pieces for a Blue and White Chinoiserie Inspired Tablescape. When I went back to add this link to this post did I realize I had used the exact same stemware.
Ribbon tied napkins were not what I wanted to do again, but when I spotted this ribbon, there was no question what I was going to do with it! Layered napkins of white over blue were set on the simple plates.
Using two different techniques, I decorated eggs to add to my table. Some of the eggs were decorated with sharpies and some were decoupaged with paper napkins.
A Ralph Lauren tablecloth was selected for the foundation for my table with round navy blue placemats distinguishing each place setting.
Some of those gorgeous porcelains are from Ballard Designs. I know I will continue to add to my collection.
The navy blue walls of my dining room are the perfect backdrop for this table. White dinner plates were topped with simple blue and white diner style plates.
Upon beginning to style this table, I considered using all one color of flowers, perhaps yellow, but I decided to keep it all white and blue with a variety of white blooms.
White calla lilies, white asian lilies, white tulips, hydrangeas and carnations, each in their own vase are gathered around a decoupaged bunny.
My everyday flatware was fine for this table. This is the Classic Shell pattern from Oneida.
Take some time to visit all of the following blogs and see all the beautiful tables these talented ladies have created!