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Do you Table Scape?

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Looking for Table Scape Inspiration?

I love setting a table, and just because we can’t entertain doesn’t stop me popping on a vintage table cloth and adding a vase of flowers or two. It doesn’t haven’t to cost the earth to create a stylish and fun table. Firstly decide on a look. Maybe a colour will lead the look? Or the menu? 

Table cloths, in my opinion, are a must. Then you can layer the table with various items. I’ve used bed sheets as a cheaper way of finding a large linen cloth, vintage curtains, and upholstery fabric that is double width.

I adore vintage crockery and have oodles of the stuff! Yes I use it everyday, I don’t believe in keeping things for best. I pop in the dishwasher and hope for the best. If it ruins, I’ll buy some more. Our local vintage emporium sells all types of crockery and china, always a bargain to be had. And its repurposing so doing my bit for the environment.

Rustic Mediterranean Table

Simple styling keeps this look together.

The devil’s in the detail – this Mediterrean style table used simple styling. Taupe Fringe Edge Linen Napkins and Seagrass Placemats add a rustic charm. Black Dinner candles are popped in bud vases, whilst the glassware is simple and in earthy tones. Everyone loves a Cabbage bowl! https://www.thelittlebrickhouse.co.uk/product/large-cabbage-bowl/

Rustic Dinner Candles

Add groups of coloured candles to tie in with your theme.

Candles are a must. Coloured Dinner candles in mix of shades add to the colour pop of this Terracotta & Tulip Table https://www.thelittlebrickhouse.co.uk/product/rustic-dinner-candles/ Wooden Candleholders are grouped in collections https://www.thelittlebrickhouse.co.uk/product/rustic-wooden-candlestick/ .

Picnic Basket

It doesn’t have to be formal.  A casual picnic,  with a splash of wine  and a few peonies. https://www.thelittlebrickhouse.co.uk/product/picnic-basket/

And I have to have  flowers. They are the finishing touch!  Bud vases are an easy way to add flowers as they only require a stem or two. Big headed blooms cut short work well, whilst more whimsical delicate stems should be kept long. They don’t have to be from a florist shop – snip some foliage from a hedgerow, try a few branches from a fruit tree… https://www.thelittlebrickhouse.co.uk/product-category/flower-vases/

Have Fun! If you enjoy putting together you’re table then you’re guests will enjoy the result…

Hopefully you’re inspired enough to go set your tables. Send me your pictures, I’d love to see. Tag your posts #littlebrickers 

Love Hannah x

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