This cobalt blue and blush pink spring tablescape will give you lots of inspiration to get your dining room ready for your spring entertaining or Easter brunch.
I can’t believe it’s almost March! We’ve had a few days of unseasonably warm weather, and now I’m just itching for spring more than I think I ever have. I can’t wait for days to start getting longer and to shed my heavy winter coat. Luckily for me, we have a lot of entertaining to do this spring, giving me an excuse to put together a blue and pink spring tablescape so that I can start feeling like spring is already here. Several of my blogger friends are also sharing their spring home decor inspiration in a Spring Fling Blog Hop, so make sure to check the end of this post for the links to their posts!
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My inspiration for this room started when I came across this cobalt blue tablecloth at Homegoods. I love its bright color and pairing it with blush pink is one of my favorite color combinations.
I need to keep our dining room table fairly simple because all of the decorations get cleared off regularly. My kids use this area to build Legos on a daily basis, and I don’t want to spend a lot of time removing everything from the table, then set it back up again when we are entertaining. And, this spring we will be hosting an Easter brunch, my oldest son’s first communion, and Mother’s Day. So, our dining room will get lots of use, and my spring decor will need to be brought back out often.
I am using mismatched chargers, because, well, I didn’t have enough of one type for all the place settings. I was bummed that I didn’t have 6 of either of my white chargers, but I do like the variation. One charger is carved wood and the other is whitewashed bamboo.
The centerpiece is a galvanized metal tray that is easy to remove when the kids play at the table. In the tray is a white ceramic water pitcher filled with grocery store flowers and a small white tray with bird nests and eggs.
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I hope you enjoyed the tour of my dining room! This spring tablescape was so much fun to put together and will get a lot of use this season. What areas of your home do you decorate this time of year? Don’t forget to check out my friends below for more spring home decor ideas.
The Aspiring Home | Sweet Parrish Place
The Red Painted Cottage | Savvy Apron
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- Fabric Wrapped Canvas Bunny Art for Spring Decor
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Shop Spring Home Decor Items That I Love:
- Decorative Green Moss Balls: These moss balls would look great in a bowl set out on a coffee or entry table.
- 19″ Tulip Door Wreath: This door wreath looks stunning! It’s so full and will make quite the impression on your front door.
- Ukranian Wood Easter Eggs: I love these handpainted eggs! So colorful!
I love your take on a Spring tablescape. The cobalt blue and pink combo is fresh and happy. You have such a way to merge beauty with practicality. Sounds like a wonderful busy Spring season for you and your family!
Sherry Cole says
Robin, the blue looks beautiful paired with the blush! Your table looks perfect for spring and the eggs are so cute! It has warmed up here in Alabama after the coldest winter that I can remember so all of this spring inspiration makes me happy.
Robin, I love the cobalt blue and blush together! It really looks like spring and I love the eggs on the plates. Your flowers look beautiful. It does sounds like you will be entertaining a lot this spring!
Nicki Parrish says
I love that blue and blush combination. I’m always a sucker for blush! I also love that you mixed the chargers, it looks super cute like that! Hope Spring comes soon for us all!