I almost get a little giddy when I create a kitchen table vignette. It’s like setting the best table, but not as much of a commitment and certainly not nearly as hard to put together! I love love love creating seasonal vignettes on my kitchen table. This spring’s vignette is a combination of blues and whites mixed with soft celadon green! Much different than anything I’ve done before. I’ve take the “less is best” decorating approach to keep the styling fresh and clean… perfect for spring!
Spring is the time I pull out my big round basket to anchor and corral all the elements of the vignette. It’s sturdy and ample and has the prettiest twisted handles. I bet you probably have one similar!
The inspiration and colors of the vignette came from these little colorful eggs. I made them by covering them with the top ply of paper napkins. Look for a diy on Thursday this week! Just think of all the possibilities!
I put one of my favorite tea towels in the bottom of the basket. I think it plays very nicely with the blues in the eggs. There is something wonderful about this almost periwinkle blue… magical!
A little footed bowl was just the right size to tuck a small nest into it. I am a big “tucker-of-nests” into decor!
I purchased two bunches of white tulips at the grocer’s. I swear, white tulips call my name whenever I am near them! The wonderful thing about tulips is that they can be dressed up or down depending on what they are put in. Because my kitchen is informal a big white pitcher is my first choice! And this is my go-to flower pitcher. I love the detail around the top of it!
One thing I almost always add to a kitchen table vignette is a ironstone creamer with flatware. It’s not just for pretty… we actually use the forks, knives and spoons. They go from the dishwasher right back into the ironstone piece! So easy!
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