My Rome-Inspired Tablescape

My Rome-Inspired Tablescape

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After my busy trip to Italy, I wanted to share a Rome inspired tablescape. Even though Greece is all about blue and white, but there was lots of blue and white in Italy, too!

The most amazing thing I spotted on our drive throughout Italy was the gorgeous fields of sunflowers.  Sunflowers had to be the flower of choice for my table. 

Somewhere around the base of the Spanish Steps in Rome were vendors selling these lovely scarves.  Of course, I immediately thought “table runner”!   
Sunflower yellow Fiesta dinner plates were topped with a variety of of blue and white salad plates.  

Pale yellow stemware including champagne glasses are ready for a celebratory dinner.  
My DIY napkin rings are the perfect compliment to this sunflower tablescape.  You can make your own custom napkin rings to coordinate with any themed table you have planned.

Can you believe how gorgeous these sunflowers are?  I picked these up from my local Publix!  Yes, they are fresh, not faux!
Distressed white chargers set on top of dark blue woven placemats.  Most everything in Rome is aged and these chargers are reminiscent of the ruins of the city.

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  1. Chloe, I love your Rome inspired table with the stunning sunflowers! The plate stack is perfect and I love your Spanish Steps runner. I hope you will do some posts on your trip. We have been to Italy three times and I want to go back.

  2. Chloe love this table and the scarf is beautiful and adds so much. Sunflowers are happy flowers and I know they are fields in Italy from my friend that has family still living there. Enjoyed your dishes too.

    Have a great day


    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Cindy! Yes, I was so disappointed there was never a spot to pull off the side of the highway to capture those beautiful fields in a photo!

  3. This makes my heart sing Chloe, and I love the big bright sunflowers paired with the Italian blue and white! Such a fun way to commemorate your trip! Gorgeous!

    1. Thank you so much Sandra! I sure miss chatting with you via the internet over the party every week! I need to get over to The Sweet Sensations! I am sure you are loving that sweet grandbaby!!

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