I’ve been using more and more copper accents in my kitchen and breakfast nook area. Continuing that look for our breakfast nook table for Easter was a fun way to incorporate lots of copper accents. This table is done in peach and copper with items I had on hand, a couple of DIY projects, plus a few new items, too. Even with the new purchases, the look was put together inexpensively.
I found these copper colored place mats at TJ Max recently. A set of four of them was only about $6.00. They are the perfect color for the first layer of each place setting. The copper eggs were plain wooden eggs that I found at JoAnn Fabrics and Crafts. I used Folk Art Copper Metallic paint and added some Washi tape around them once they were dry. I used a chalk pen and a gold paint pen to paint an “R” for our initial on one of the eggs.
I’m using basic white dinner plates that I purchased at the Dollar Tree a few years ago. I’ve been pleased with how well these have held up. We use them daily and they don’t show any signs of wear. The next layer is a bluish-green dessert plate. I’ve had these for more years than I can remember. The top dish is Depression Glass by Jeanette Glass in Iris and Herringbone pattern.
I found these copper napkin rings at the dollar spot at Target last fall. I’ve been using them a lot for this table since then. The peach napkins came from Home Goods. Don’t you love that store? We’re about to have one open that’s only going to be a few miles from my house. That might be dangerous! I tucked a small cupcake topper carrot between the folds of the napkins.
The glasses are the same pattern as the small plates. I have some clear ones, but these iridescent ones are my favorites.
I shared the Easter Egg Flower Vases earlier. If you missed them, you can check them out by clicking the photo. They were easy to make and I’m loving them on this table.
I don’t do a lot of shopping at Walmart, but I went there to just to check out their Easter decor recently. They had copper bunnies! I was excited to find these for $3.99 each. The bunnies and the copper basket of eggs create a pretty centerpiece.I added some gum drop candy to Iris Herringbone bowls to finish off the centerpiece.
I couldn’t be happier with how this tablescape turned out. It’s fun and casual and it goes well with the other copper accents in the room.
I enjoy having two separate areas to create holiday and seasonal tablescapes for. Our dining room was done using pinks, gold, and neutrals. If you’d like a closer look at it, click the photo below.
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Casual Easter Tablescape in Copper and Peach
We’ll be sharing at lots of these great parties!