Spring Pastels Tablescape

Greetings Friends! Have you had a relaxing weekend? Spring is officially here so it's the perfect time to share my updated tablescape.  Pastel vintage dishes gave me fresh inspiration...

Spring pastels tablescape
Remember these? As soon as I found them, I was excited to use them for spring!


Vintage Crinoline and Moderntone Platonite

I loved the two colors together and I already had this set of Taylor, Smith & Taylor Boutonniere, scored for .25 each! The flower's center really picks up the rosy shade of the Moderntone. I still only have two of the fabulous aqua Crinoline, but...

Vintage pastel dishes

...I found these gorgeous floral beauties, Cunningham Pickett Danube, on Etsy for a bargain--LOVE them! Besides, I'm partial to mixing different patterns. 

Cunningham Pickett Danube

Isn't this lamb sweet? It was 75% off at my favorite thrift store after Christmas.  It reminded me of Psalm 23, so I added the first verse with scrabble tiles and some fragrant garden herbs for a sweet and simple centerpiece. 

White lamb centerpiece

Below is a view of the table with my recent upcycle hanging above. 

Spring pastels tablescape

Did you notice my flatware pockets? I made them from a vintage tablecloth.  It was a thrifted find and so pretty but had several stains.  I bet you have one like that ;)  I'll be sharing a tutorial on these soon! 

Repurposed vintage tablecloth flatware pockets

Do you enjoy freshening up your decor for spring?




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16 comments:

  1. Love this color combo and the adorable flatware pockets! You make me want to set a Spring table!
    hugs,
    Linda

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  2. Cecilia ... love how all the colors bounce off each other. Amazing that you were able to match colors. Love the flatware pockets and your pretty white charges are so perfect for your Easter table. I am so inspired ... I think I should get busy and set a Spring table. Enjoy this beautiful day.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  3. Very pretty. I really like the different patterns on the smaller plates. Adds so much depth to your setting. It would be nice to sit at your pretty table.

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  4. This is so charming, Cecilia! I love the spring colors...and the flatware pockets are wonderful!

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  5. Oh Cecilia, your tablescape is simply lovely! I am a pastel girl so your setting is right up my alley :) Hugs to you!

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  6. I was so happy to see this pretty post at Roses of Inspiration. Thanks for sharing, sweet friend.

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  7. This is such a pretty set up! I love the color combo!

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  8. What a wonderful set. A great find!

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  9. Beautiful place settings, the colors and dishes are so pretty together.

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  10. This is one of my favorite color combos! Thanks so much for taking the time to link up with us over at the #HomeMattersParty - we hope to see you again this Friday! Feel free to bring a friend!

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  11. I am in love with your tablescape! Your style is just lovely and fresh! :) I found you via Roses of Inspiraiton and have enjoyed my visit very much! :)

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  12. Good morning, my dear! I just wanted to let you know that this sweet post was featured at Roses of Inpsiration today :) Thanks for joining the party last week. Hugs and blessings!

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  13. Good morning! This post has been *featured* today at the Art of Home-Making Mondays! Thank you so much for sharing with us :) Our new link up is up and running and we would love to have you join in again this week!

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  14. How beautiful your table looks. Colorful and Springy !!! We recently moved and most of our furniture didn't fit in our new decor. We did buy a new couch and 2 chairs. We also were able to use our old end tables and our sofa table but most of all the rest came from thrift shopping. It started with a wicker trunk we use as a coffee table and went from there. We love trifting and feel like it is searching for buried treasure !!! Blessings

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