A Spring Table

I saw this gorgeously spring-y dining room by Nathan Turner in House Beautiful and thought it was just so cheery and lovely and something worth replicating.  However, scenic wallpaper like this is so expensive not many people can use it int heir own homes.  So instead I used this image as an influence for a spring table perfect for Easter celebrations or any springtime fete…


I started with this china by Jasper Conran which is the perfect compliment to the green chinoiserie wallpaper! I would use woven seagrass chargers as an homage to the woven window treatments.  Centerpieces made of greenery and kumquat branches in footed milkglass urns are simple but stunning.  I am pretty obsessed with this gold bamboo flatware and may need to refresh my silverware drawer with it ASAP.  This splatter serving platter is such a fun compliment to the chinoiserie pattern as are the linen and blue monogrammed napkins and green wine glasses. So fun! Lots of white in the tablecloth and pitcher let the colored items really sing.


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    1. I was wondering the same! Although I’d imagine they’re quite expensive, so I was actually going to ask for a recommendation of a similar style on a lower budget.

      1. Society Social has 2 chairs with similar backs. They are both squared off and don’t have arms, but the abstract sort of cross hatch back is very similar – The Darlington and the Klein.

  1. Beautiful table that you’ve put together. Always inspired at the pieces you pull together and how you manage to find many affordable pieces too! Design within reach!

  2. So good.

    I’m now inspired to use the splatter bowl (in blue) that I found in my mother-in-law’s attic for our holiday table.

    Loving that Jasper Conran china.

    Excellent post!

  3. Love your blog! Would love to see a Henry update or new items Henry loves. I have a baby around Henry’s age. :)

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