A SIMPLE AND ELEGANT EASTER TABLESCAPE

This year is passing so incredibly fast so far, April is in just two days and Easter is right around the corner – so hard to believe, how did that happen?! The good thing is Spring is here and I’m excited to welcome you to the Easter edition of Styled + Set Holiday Entertaining blog tour! Our gracious host Lory, from Designthusiasm has once again gathered this fantastic group together to bring you the ultimate in Holiday tablescapes and entertaining! I couldn’t be more thrilled to be amongst so much talent… Everyone on the tour is linked at the bottom of my post, so you can click over to all of the amazing inspiration! Today I’ll be sharing a simple and elegant easter tablescape with you, and if you’re coming from my very talented friend Jen of Decor Gold Designs, welcome! Isn’t her table gorgeous? She never disappoints! If this is your first time here, I’m thrilled have you, and I hope you stay a while! Dining room with elegant black wall color, Cracked Pepper Behr Paint, white wainscotting and transomsI decided to go with a simple and somewhat traditional look for my Easter table, using some of my signature blue and white dishes, and ginger jars around the room to pull my color platette together. I recently shared this space decked out with a Spring decor theme of blue and white, and I wanted to carry the theme over to this Easter tablescape. If you missed that post, you can read all about it here.
Easter Tablescape set in dining room with elegant black wall color, Cracked Pepper Behr Paint, upholstered stools and settee create an unexpected seating arrangement. I brought in fresh and faux florals, as well as greenery, mixed together with silver and aqua mercury glass accents. I even added my topiaries and white urns that I used in my kitchen this past Christmas – I don’t mind using them here, and I love that their shape brings a traditional and classic element.Easter Tablescape set in dining room with elegant black wall color, Cracked Pepper Behr Paint, upholstered stools and settee create an unexpected seating arrangement. I recently just moved these upholstered nailhead trim stools into this space also – I’ve been searching (and searching!) for two Chinese chippendale chairs to add to this room, and I still haven’t found any yet! In the mean time, these are perfect for now, and what I love about them, is they show off the table from our entry.Elegant Easter and Spring tablespcae with mercury glass accents, mixed with fresh and faux florals and greenery.I love to use multiple layers of linens – mostly runners – for my tables. I talk about this often, and while I love a gorgeous tablecloth as well, I love the added texture, color and pattern that runners can bring.Elegant Easter and Spring tablespcae with mercury glass accents, mixed with fresh and faux florals and greenery.Elegant Easter and Spring tablespcae with mercury glass accents, mixed with fresh and faux florals and greenery. Blue and white china add a classic element.I went with a classic bird’s nest atop my blue and white dishes for each place setting – and each setting has a different plate, to break it up a little bit and bring a unique element to the table.
Elegant Easter and Spring tablespcae with mercury glass accents, mixed with fresh and faux florals and greenery. Blue and white china add a classic element. Easter or Spring table setting with pale turquoise eggs atop a mix of blue and white and silver china.If you’re familiar with my decor, I have these all over the house and use them for a multitude of purposes such as holding  jewelry, soap, trinkets, etc… I love to collect them, they’re useful for so many things, and I always love to use them on my different tablescapes as accents.Easter or Spring table setting with pale turquoise eggs atop a mix of blue and white and silver china.The mercury glass egg sculptures (shown below) are beautiful – I love the mix of the different colors together and the soft aqua tones compliment the eggs beautifully.
Easter or Spring tablescape with topiaries set in white urns, mixed with mercury glass and crystal accents.I love how the etching on the silver one below gives added texture.Sparkling mercury glass candleholder and etched Easter egg accessories add elegance and shine to this sophisticated Easter table.Simple and classic fresh hydrangeas are always the perfect centerpiece for any table. I kept the arrangement classic and simple as well – something to add freshness to the table and help the other decor items that surround it shine. I wanted all of the pieces down the center of the table to be just as important as the centerpiece.
Simple and classic fresh hydrangeas are always the perfect centerpiece for any table. Silver candle holders, mercury glass accessories, topiaries and a white hydrangea arrangement are elegant and sophisticated for Easter and Spring tablescapes.My Fleur De Lys glasses (these are actually plastic, but they’re perfect for this shoot!) echoe the urns for a little bit of added French flare, another nod to tradition.An elegant and simple Easter tablescape with topiaries and hydrangeas.Fleur De Lys glasses and stemmed water goblets add sparkle to this elegant Easter tablescape.Below, you can see the linens much better. I actually used napkins as the base for all of the linens, and built up from there. The blue and grey runners are the same, and I added a soft gold edged runner for a little touch of warmth and to help the blue runner to stand out a little more – almost like a frame.A gorgeous Easter tablescape with mercury glass accents and a mix of silver and white with blue and white china. Fresh and beautiful white hydrangeas are the perfect centerpiece.Modern, lantern style pendant chandelier hangs over an elegant Easter tablescape. Silver candleholders, mercury glass accessories and topiaries are the perfect mix for and elgegant Easter or Spring tablescape. A gorgeous Easter tablescape with mercury glass accents and a mix of silver and white with blue and white china. Fresh and beautiful white hydrangeas are the perfect centerpiece. A gorgeous Easter tablescape with mercury glass accents and a mix of silver and white with blue and white china. Fresh and beautiful white hydrangeas are the perfect centerpiece.I recently just picked up some faux Spring stems and mixed a few different types together for texture and variation of height.Blue and white ginger jars with a mix of Spring branches are an elegant addition to any space.Small space dining room with settee and garden stools for extra seating. Easter and Spring tablescape with mercury glass accents.As I mentioned, the blue ginger jars are still here from my last dining room post, and I also kept the pillows and striped blanket, to keep it a little more casual and less formal feeling.
Elegant dining room with black walls and blue and white chinoiserie accents. A simple Easter or Spring tablescape with metallic accents adds sophistication.I love to use our dining room, but it is a tricky place to entertain in, since it’s so small. If I we have six or eight people here, we set up the kitchen island as a buffet and everyone will serve themselves. We’re pretty laid back and casual! If I want to be a little fancier (which is rare haha) we plate the food and serve everyone. Many times, we eat family style, with all of the platters on the table and a little bit of decor for the occasion.Elegant dining room with black walls and blue and white chinoiserie accents. A simple Easter or Spring tablescape with metallic accents adds sophistication.Nothing brings family and friends together like sharing a meal. Delicious food, great conversation and enjoying each other’s company and stories is what gathering for holidays (or any occasion for that matter) is all about.Elegant dining room with black walls and blue and white chinoiserie accents. White transoms add architectural interest. A simple Easter or Spring tablescape with metallic accents adds sophistication.

I hope you get to create something special for your guests this Easter, and enjoy each other’s company over a beautiful table! Please be sure to stop over to see Kim from Sand and Sisal, who’s the next stop on our tour her coastal tables are always so beautiful. For more inspiration and gorgeous tables, everyone on the tour is listed below!

SHOP DECORATIVE ACCENTS : 

SHOP TABLETOP :

SHOP FURNITURE & DECOR

PIN THIS IMAGE FOR YOUR REFERENCE!

Wow your guests with a beautiful blue and white palette, combined with layers of white mercury glass, fresh flowers and topiaries - perfect for Spring and Easter tablescapes and decor!

*Affiliate links are used as sources for some of my favorite items. These are either the same as the items featured in this post, or are similar options for your shopping convenience.

Monday’s Posts

Designthusiasm | Maison de Pax | So Much Better With Age | Cedar Hill Farmhouse
Driven by Decor | French Country Cottage | Sunny Side Up

Tuesday’s Posts:

Shabbyfufu | Zevy Joy | Randi Garrett Design
Life on Virginia Street | ZDesign at Home | Julie Blanner

Wednesday’s Posts:

Ella Claire | Bless’er House | Design Dining and Diapers
Kelley Nan | The Wood Grain Cottage | On Sutton Place

Thursday’s Posts:

StoneGable | Decor Gold Designs | CitrineLiving
Sand and Sisal | FrenchGardenHouse

Friday’s Posts:

Eleven GablesMy Soulful HomeMaison de Cinq | Finding Home Farms

16 Comments on A SIMPLE AND ELEGANT EASTER TABLESCAPE

  1. Kim - Sand and Sisal
    March 30, 2017 at 8:58 AM (2 months ago)

    The table is so elegant indeed! I love all the sparkle and shine and those mercury glass eggs are divine! It’s so nice being on this blog tour with you again!

    Reply
    • tamaraanka
      March 30, 2017 at 9:27 AM (2 months ago)

      Thank you so much Kim! I’m so happy you like it my friend, and I’m thrilled to do this with you too!

      Reply
  2. Angela
    March 30, 2017 at 9:41 AM (2 months ago)

    Beautiful!

    Reply
    • tamaraanka
      March 30, 2017 at 10:05 AM (2 months ago)

      Thank you so much! Thanks for stopping by!

      Reply
  3. Lory at Designthusiasm
    March 30, 2017 at 10:00 AM (2 months ago)

    Tamara, your beautiful table is so perfectly balanced! Just the right mix of bling and understated color, the perfect balance of traditional with new, the right note of pattern and solids. It’s so very lovely!!

    Reply
    • tamaraanka
      March 30, 2017 at 10:06 AM (2 months ago)

      Lory, thank you! That means so much to me – your table was incredible and everything you do is always right on point! I’m very humbled by your kind words, thank you! And thank you for hosting this amazing tour – I am always grateful to be here! xoxo

      Reply
  4. Summer
    March 30, 2017 at 1:10 PM (2 months ago)

    Tam it’s all so perfect! Fabulous spring glam and totally your personal touch! You’re so good! Xoxoxo!!

    Reply
    • tamaraanka
      March 30, 2017 at 1:27 PM (2 months ago)

      Summer you are always so sweet, thank you my friend, that means a lot to me! Happy Easter! xox

      Reply
  5. Bree
    March 30, 2017 at 3:18 PM (2 months ago)

    Tamara your table is absolutely stunning friend!!! So excited to be doing another fun tour with you. Happy Easter!! Xoxo

    Reply
    • tamaraanka
      March 30, 2017 at 5:27 PM (2 months ago)

      Thank you so much Bree! I always love to do tours with you!! So happy you like it! Happy Easter! xoxo

      Reply
  6. Kelley nan
    March 30, 2017 at 9:50 PM (2 months ago)

    Tam, all that blue is stunning and your nests are adorable! So many elements and they are all amazing!

    Reply
    • tamaraanka
      March 31, 2017 at 6:05 AM (2 months ago)

      Thank you so much Kel! You know how much I love my blues! Thanks for stopping by! Happy Easter! xo

      Reply
  7. Isabel
    April 10, 2017 at 9:04 PM (1 month ago)

    SO PRETTY!! LOVE IT ALL. HAPPY EASTER XOXO

    Reply
    • tamaraanka
      April 11, 2017 at 7:21 AM (1 month ago)

      Thank you so much Isabel!! I love that you love it! Happy Easter!! xoxo

      Reply
  8. Nancy Elizabeth
    April 17, 2017 at 11:35 AM (1 month ago)

    Beautiful tablescape. Just the perfect mixture of colors and textures that are softened by the flowers.

    Reply
    • tamaraanka
      April 17, 2017 at 10:40 PM (1 month ago)

      Thank you so much, that really means a lot to me! Thanks foe stopping by to say hello!

      Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Comment *