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Three Simple Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Three Simple Ways to Style a Table for Spring

If you're searching for some modern and minimal ways to style your dining room table this spring, then look no further! Whether you're in search for a day-to-day look, hosting an afternoon tea or fun dinner party, we have three simple ways you can style your dining table with pieces you might already have kicking around the home!    

 

A look for every day:     

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

As always, with each look begin with getting rid of any clutter - this might include items in the background that might take away from your space by making things feel a bit over crowded! 

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Start with the flowers! They are automatically going to make the space feel brighter and more fresh. I placed my flowers in a textured galvanized steal vase to balance the delicate tulips. 

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Add some candles - because they just set the mood. All day. Every day. 

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Heck, add some more candles! Vary the heights for more added drama. You can also place your candlesticks in less traditional holders to give the table some more personality, like these simple spring candles!

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

 

Because this look is so simple, the space remains open and airy. It's a peaceful setting for spending mornings before the hustle and bustle of the day. 

A look for hosting a luncheon or an afternoon tea: 

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

For hosting a luncheon or afternoon tea, it's safe to have a little fun! Bringing in a simple textured table cloth can make things feel a little more special. Try a simple grey cotton table cloth for a more Scandinavian vibe! 

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Keep the area looking clean and organized by adding a bold and graphic tray.

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Obviously, candles are always a given. Place the candles in the tray for a more modern look (the tray will also protect your tablecloth from candle wax). 

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

To balance out the table, place flowers on the opposite end. You can tie in the bold and graphic look by placing the flowers in a vase with similar colors as the tray. I went with black and white, but you can choose any color combinations you love! 

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

If the table still feels a little off balance, you can always add a few candles here and there or play with the orientation of your items. But be sure to leave some space for treats and beverages! 

Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

A look for hosting a dinner party: 

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

When hosting a dinner party, you might make a little more effort. Keeping things simple is still key! Because in all honesty, you still need table space for all the food and company. Too much fuss can really make things feel overwhelming and a bit chaotic (especially if kids are involved!). Start with a cluster of candles in the middle of your table for drama and ambience. 

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Instead of having batches of flowers dispersed along the table, try placing all the flowers in one large vase. It's bound to make big impact, but save a little space! 

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Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

There's no rule that says you can't use your pretty dishes and wine glasses as added decor. It feels authentic and inviting when your guests arrive! 

Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Three Ways to Style a Table for Spring

Sometimes, decorating for the season can be a little daunting. Hopefully these three minimal and modern looks are a fresh and new way of seeing just how easy getting spring-ready can be! 

 

 

 

 

 

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