Easter and spring tablescapes should be easy! This aqua and green coastal tablescape uses glass bottles, jute chargers and other easy everyday pieces for a simple, put-together look.
Ever since we built this dining table, I’m having so much fun putting together different centerpiece and tablescapes.
Today’s post is part of the week-long spring tablescape hosted by my friend Tammy from Pink Peppermint Design.
You can see all sorts of beautiful spring table ideas linked at the end of this post – they’re making me want to just keep decorating and re-decorating our table!
If you’re new around here, yay, welcome!
A little background: This is the dining room in our rental house, which means the floor and light fixture aren’t my favorite. 🙂 We painted the walls (Agreeable Gray), built the farmhouse dining table (seriously if we can do it, so can you!), added a rug and are slowly making over the rest of the room.
You can see the dining room makeover plans here. We’re almost done – just have to finish building the benches for the table!
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I’d been eyeing these jute chargers and finally bought them. I looooove them.
They’re just perfect for this aqua and green coastal tablescape!
I have a thing for flamingos, I just think they’re so fun.
So these pink and gold napkins are pretty perfect! Paper napkins are an easy, cheap way to dress up the table.
To mix it up, I used a window valance (made from a shower curtain!) as a table runner. It’s the perfect size!
If you want a similar look, I shared my favorite affordable white and green fabrics here.
I put a few glass bottles on a wood cutting board and instant centerpiece!
Alright, secret time.
Those flowers are actually faux. But if you put water in the vases, everyone just thinks they’re real.
I looooove glass bottles.
The clear ones are available here, and the aqua bottles are from Target’s Dollar Spot, Marshall’s (they usually have good cheap ones!) and … the recycling bin, haha. Wine bottles are fun and free.
And colorful straws are always an easy touch.
(These are actually left over from St. Patrick’s Day but are perfect for spring too, right?!)
I like mixing it up on top of the wine fridge, too.
I’m loving the aqua and green coastal tablescape look – it could totally work into summer, too!
GET THE LOOK:
Since a popular question I get is “Where’d you get that?!,” here are links to the same or similar sources:
- Wall color: Agreeable Gray by Sherwin Williams
- Farmhouse table (DIY) or similar here
- Table runner (window valance DIY from a shower curtain) – here’s a list of affordable white and green fabric options
- Aqua bottles: from Target, Marshall’s and a wine bottle
- Clear bottles
- Jute chargers
- White appetizer plates
- Flamingo napkins
- Wine glasses
- Wine fridge
- White pitcher
- Cake stand
- Ship wheel from local decor store (similar here)
- Windows turned picture frames (DIY) with a dry brush paint treatment or these are similar
- Seagrass basket
- White curtains
- Curtain rod (that one is sold out a lot, this one is similar)
Are you hosting any spring or Easter get togethers? Or just dressing up the table a bit for an everyday meal? Because I’m totally on board with that!
Remember to hop around and see all of the other blogger’s gorgeous spring tables! Red Cottage Chronicles is next up on today’s tour.
Pink Peppermint Design | Almafied | 2 Ladies & A Chair | Our house now a home
Meaningful Spaces | Atta Girl Says | Green With Decor (you’re here!) | Red Cottage Chronicles | Little Bits of Home
11 Magnolia Lane | Noni’s House | Kreativ K | Hearth and Vine | Postcards from the Ridge
Spicy Salty Sweet Home | My Life From Home | Monica Wants It | Shine Your Light
Home Made Lovely | Charleston Crafted | Addicted 2 DIY | Major Hoff Takes A Wife | Saw Nail and Paint
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