How to Style a Sunflower Table
for Late Summer
A Blog Hop!
I am hosting a Late Summer Tablescape Blog Hop this week. This week you can tour over 25 blogs and see how each of these ladies have styled a table.
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My Late Summer Tablescape:
You know how it is, the back to school sales are on and fall and even Christmas decor has hit the craft stores, but you know what? It is still Summer! Because, the last day of summer this year is September 23rd, it was time to celebrate with fun tablescapes. So, to style a table for any season, look at the time of year and pull your style from what you see around you.
This was such a fun table to set because you can’t hide a smile when looking at sunflowers? I think, right up there with daisies, they are one of the happiest flowers. It was easy to simulate the color pattern of the sunflowers with a yellow Fiesta dinner plate topped with a brown salad plate. Sweet little sunflower dishes from Home Goods make a perfect topper for my plate stacks. These will be perfect for a little side dish of salad or even better, a little ice cream with berries!
Sunflowers everywhere! I used my own DIY Sunflower napkin rings! These are so easy to make. I tucked a brown napkin over a yellow one and pulled them through the rings. They make a festive addition to my tabletop.
A corn husk table runner was a find on a clearance rack at Pier 1 and is something I know I will enjoy using again and again! I used my wooden handled Ikea flatware because it coordinated with the brown accents on this tablescape!
White chargers with a distressed look to them were also a Pier 1 clearance Item, but I would have probably indulged in these at full price! You can’t beat a sale, can you?
Balls of sunflowers, clay pots topped with sunflowers and sunflower topiaries dressed up the corn husk runner. You can find all of those at How to Make Sunflower Decorations.
Time to HOP!
Now it is time to visit all of these other blogs! Come along for the fun and see what all of these ladies have to share!
Debbee’s Buzz shared such a great tropical table with these beautiful banana leaf dinner plates!
All the way from Italy, a casa di Bianca shared a beautiful table in blue and white. Isn’t this scene from Red Cottage Chronicles the perfect way to celebrate summer? Slice up the cantaloupe, add fresh flowers from the garden and sit down to enjoy! The Little Yellow Corner Store shared a table with a fantastic antipasto! Head on over to find more!
Paula at Sweet Pea has the right idea setting her table in the out of doors to celebrate the time we have left of summertime!