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Beach Themed Tablescape

Beach Themed Tablescape


A few years ago I styled a neutral Summer Beach Tablescape on my back porch.  It has been so rainy and hot here in Florida, I decided to style this beach themed table in my tavern room.

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Summer is hot and humid, so when the rest of the country is headed outdoors, we find ourselves heading inside.  

I love using my chandelier and styling it to coordinate with a themed table.  For this Springtime Tablescape, the chandelier became a garden of blooming wisteria.  

Driftwood sailboats I made from found driftwood add another element to my table.  

White dinner plates, white salad plates and white shells that will serve up shrimp and cocktail sauce set atop my DIY seashell chargers.  

A variety of bottles and vases hold white tapers and white tea lights to add a romantic glow to the table.

For a centerpiece I used a white cloth, fishing net and an oar.   I topped those with a few seashells and the candles.  

Basic wooden handled flatware blends with the neutrals for this table.  

A few shells and starfish were tucked into the hanging fishing net.  Make sure if you do this you secure them well so that none of your guests get “bonked” with a shelll during dinner! 

I only had enough shells of each kind to make three chargers.  I alternated the different chargers on each side of the table.  

Handmade coastal napkin rings were an easy choice for this neutral seaside inspired tablescape.  

White wooden fish purchased years ago from Kirkland’s were added to clear glass bottles used as candleholders. 

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  1. Super Fabulous Chloe and so beautiful in your tavern room with the chandy and candlelight! I love all the wonderful natural seaside elements, nets, shells and especially the bottles with hanging wooden fish! LOVE it!

  2. Chloe,

    Fantastic table setting! Loving all the shells and fish netting.

    I remember visiting my grandparents in Florida I the summer and boy was it humid when we would visit. It’s tough heat and humidity.

    Stay cool.


  3. Hi Chloe

    Once again you did not disappoint. Those colors enhanced the theme perfectly. I love the variety of accents you used to showcase the theme. Thanks for sharing. As a Floridian myself, I can confirm that you are so right about heading in.

  4. Chloe, what a great tablescape this is. I love it all – the hanging fish net, the oar, the shell chargers, the candle bottles – just everything. Thank you so much for all your inspiration – you have given me many fabulous ideas!

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