secondhand tables for spring

Easter is just about a week away, so I thought I’d share another spring tablescape today, and luckily my friends and I from the “Secondhand Table” group have put together a few fresh new table settings to share with all of you!

If you’re coming from Rachel at Cherry Street Blossoms , welcome!

Keep in thoughts that these tables are ready with things that have been located at thrift shops or flea markets, and we use clean accents that we foraged from our gardens or perhaps from a pal?S yard.

The point is nothing is new at these tables. As we’re spending an increasing number of time at domestic, it?S type of fun to undergo the cabinets and discover matters we might also have forgotten about.

Here’s a bit bit approximately my desk…

The majority of this desk has a tender blue and white shade scheme that acts as sort of a impartial, like denim. I began with a striped blue table runner to add a touch pattern to the table.

For texture I used my favorite set of seashell trimmed placemats and then layered a dinner plate and a salad plate at each setting. The patterns are compatible, but not matchy-matchy. I feel like mixing china patterns adds so much interest to a table.

Light blue glassware is brought in only the proper coloration of blue. Vintage coloured glasses are my mystery weapon, lol. They usually upload simply the proper sparkle to a table!

The dainty linen napkins and ceramic napkin rings were found closing yr at our church’s annual rummage sale.

I can hardly believe it myself, but all these flowers are from my garden . Luckily here in Southern California, we can garden year-round, and these ranunculus were the best surprise this spring!

I planted them closing year, and they bloomed, but I type of forgot about them, and that they type of doubled in quantity this year, so YAY!

The yellow flowers on the lower right are roses that I also planted last year. It’s actually a Downton Abbey rose called Edith’s Darling and is one of two Downton Abbey roses in my garden. I love the clustered shape of this one!

To end off the look of this bouquet, I brought a piece of blue borage, a pretty herb that just easily reseeds itself in my lawn. Best of all, the little blue vegetation are safe to eat and taste like cucumbers. This glass vase with woven wicker element acts like a modern-day Easter basket, and I just love it!

This near-up of the plates indicates how all the patterns play off of each different. I?Ve also brought this little bread and butter plates to the desk which pick out up the colours within the flowers.

These little plates are surely blue and white transferware, however at the time of firing, additionally they pass in and hand-coloration a number of the sample to create this look. I picked these up last summer in Savannah at a Goodwill Store together with some matching cups and saucers.

Little white hobnail votives are brought for appeal.

I’ve had these for several years, and they were gifted to me by Oriental Trading when I did a few tablescapes for them. I’ve used them a lot, and they are still availablehere, if you’re interested.

I just love these colorings!

So that’s my little secondhand table for spring. Your next stop on the blog hop is Aimee’s lovely table over atAimee Weaver Designs.

I wish you?Ll take a look at out all the great spring tables my four friends put together…

Ally fromThe Tiny White House

Dana fromAdored House

Rachel fromCherry Street Blossoms

Aimee fromAimee Weaver Designs

ciao! fabiana

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