Putting together a summer brunch tablescape was a fun way to combine some vintage pieces, dollar store crafts, and items I had on hand. . . .
Creating an Americana Red White and Blue tablescape is the perfect way to add some patriotic decor to your home for the summer. I like to change up the decor on our breakfast nook table about once a month. I set goals of creating fun tablescapes that are done with zero new dollars spent or at least . . .
I put the finishing touches on my watermelon themed tablescape. Lots of DIY decor pieces and some dollar store items made this a fun summer table setting to put together. . . .
Using a starfish stamp to dress up a set of plain napkins and coasters is a great way to add a coastal look to your tablescapes. Making a set of starfish stamped napkins and cork coasters is quick and easy. . . .
I always like to have a simple and casual Easter Tablescape for our breakfast nook table. I used some of the same elements when I set this for St. Patrick's Day. Changing out the centerpiece and adding in some Easter pieces was a quick change up. . . .
I love all of the pastel colors of spring time, but I rarely decorate with yellow. This year, I've changed things up and I'm enjoying our spring tablescape with vintage china and milk glass with lots of yellow accent pieces. . . .
Putting together a St. Patrick's Day Tablescape doesn't need to be fancy or elaborate. Using lots of items I had on hand, some dollar store purchases, plus a few DIY decor pieces all combined to make this festive table setting for March. . . .
Creating a pretty Valentine's Day tablescape is something that I enjoy every year. I like to change up the color palette and find new ways to reuse old decor items. This year, I'm using a combination of pink, gray, and white for a softer look. . . .
Putting together a pretty holiday table setting is something I've always enjoyed. This year our Christmas Tablescape is done in Rose Gold and Blush. I'm loving the softer tones and they go well with my Christmas china. . . .
Putting together a Thanksgiving tablescape is something I enjoy each year. I love mixing and matching items I already have to create a new look. Combining some vintage items with some dollar store and thrift store find makeovers can help you create a unique look for the holiday. . . .