• Cornel Warren

Spring Tablescape



The weather has been so on-again-off-again with it whether it is going to get warm or not. We got yet another snow storm yesterday in the Midwest. Fortunately, that doesn't have to stop us from surrounding ourselves with lovely fresh flowers and greens to make us feel like spring is in the air!








With a couple blue-sky days last week, I felt inspired to get into a little more gourmet cooking for dinner time. I was craving barbecue glazed salmon, and I knew just where to go! I headed to Fresh Market for some fresh produce and seafood, but when I walked in the door, the most beautiful white hydrangeas greeted me. I couldn't resist...







When I got home, I reset the blue tablescape I had done earlier this month. This would be the perfect transitional table for spring, and these fresh blooms were exactly what it needed! I decided to add the little boxwood wreath to the table for some added flare, but that will certainly have to be moved to the side when the entrees are brought to the table.






I love this Ralph Lauren tablecloth. The blue pattern is so nice and fresh. I don't know if you have an IKEA near you, but I got these navy blue plates there, and I've always had so much fun using them. They provide an elegant, styled look that feels fresh and unique. Plus they transcend seasons so well! I'm sure you've seen them for Thanksgiving, summer and even Christmas!









This season I added sweet golden napkin rings, paired with pale blue linen napkins and gray salad plates and straw place mats.


I like the mix of textures and colors with a Spring feel. In fact, I think you're going to be seeing a lot more pale blue this season!


In fact, I even went with a cute blue Sally Hansen Miracle Gel polish for the season! It just reminds me that there is a bright blue sky behind all those March clouds :D
























Hope you have a great week!







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