Spring is coming, and with it comes color, freshness, and birdsong. Bring the fresh energy into your home with a spring tablescape that celebrates life, color, and the energy of the season.
We’re gravitating toward soft shapes and delicate textures with pops of bold accents: color and pattern. Whether it’s a gorgeous tablecloth that sets the base for your beautiful place settings, or an architectural vase or pitcher to add striking visual interest, here are some of our favorite items and objects for your spring table.
Handmade in India from Belgium flax, this tablecloth is an heirloom quality piece that will last for years. The gentle blush color is the perfect neutral shade for the spring season, and the linen texture adds visual interest, becoming a beautiful base for your tablescape.
Use it as intended, as a pitcher–or fill it with an armful of tulip blossoms and make it the center of your table as a vase. The Issa Ceramic Pitcher is a stunning minimal modernist addition to your table.
These lovely Fern Appetizer Plates suggest new growth and life, while being a great neural piece you can mix and match with your current tableware, freshening up and getting the most out of what you already own.
Justina Blakely’s The Jungalow shop always has a bold, fresh take on seasonal trends, and these Kaya Ceramic Cups are no exception. They’re a pop of pastel that draws the eye toward the color and natural lines.
The return of birdsong is one of the best things about spring, and the Kaya Birdie Vase nods to this seasonal sign of hope. Freshen up your kitchen decor by using it to hold utensils next to the stovetop, or use it as a flower vase to add shape and visual texture to your tabletop.
Filtrum has a way of finding the most unique objects, and these seashell pink candle holders are the perfect blend of quirky and functional. They’d look great layered with the Made Trade tablecloth above–pink on pink on pink for spring!
These napkins are hand spun and woven by Ethiopian artisans, and bring the right balance of delicate color and soft texture to your table. They’re beautiful enough to use during a dinner party, but sturdy enough for everyday use, too.