Lavender and Sage Spring Tablescape
Set a pretty Lavender and Sage Spring Tablescape to celebrate the season. This lovely color combination makes the perfect setting for a Spring themed meal.
You’re in for a treat today, as I’m taking part in a Spring and Easter Tablescape Blog Hop, hosted by my friend Rita from Panoply. There will be links to 20 table stylists at the end of this post. Be sure to visit them all for plenty of table setting inspiration!
I knew that I wanted to use this toile tablecloth for this year’s Spring table. I’ve had this beauty for over 20 years, and I still love it!
I recently painted this Ceramic Cherub for a thrift store challenge, and it occurred to me that he would be right at home on this table. He looks like one of the characters on the toile tablecloth! I filled his basket with lavender colored chocolates.
For the place settings, I used my vintage Crooksville floral china. I’ve used this set once before in my Bird Themed Spring Tablescape. It sits atop a green matchstick placemat and rattan charger. Springs of dried lavender are tucked inside the thrifted napkins.
The centerpiece is a faux lavender wreath with an ironstone chamber pot in the middle. Believe it or not, I borrowed this item from my laundry room! It’s a decorative item that I crafted with floral foam, reindeer moss and hot glue. For the tablescape, I added a white butterfly.
Some other crafty items that made their way onto the table are these Book Page Tin Cans. I’d filled them with faux lavender for a craft show that I participated in last May.
I’m proud to say that I didn’t buy anything new for this table except for the chocolates! I don’t feel so bad about my hoarding tendencies when I use and enjoy my stuff 🙂
I hope you enjoyed my Lavender and Sage Spring Tablescape. Now it’s time to visit the rest of my blogger friends. Enjoy!
Panoply – Preppy Pink & Green Spring / Easter Tablescape
Home is Where the Boat Is – Cottontail Farms
Everyday Living – The Blessing of Easter
Corner of Plaid and Paisley – One Happy Bunny
Bleu Belle Interiors – Spring Brings Joy
Living With Thanksgiving – Easter Fun
Hyacinths for the Soul – Springtime Pleasures
Celebrating Everyday Life – How to Style an Elegant Easter Brunch Table
The Painted Apron – Carrots and Cottontails
The Bookish Dilettante – Tablescape Blog Hop: Wildflowers for Spring
Pandora’s Box – A Dollar Tree Dessert Station
My Thrift Store Addiction – Egg-cited for Spring Breakfast Table
The Little Yellow Corner Store – Creating Happiness With An Easter Tablescape and a Giddy of a Good Time
The Cat’s Whiskerz – The annual spring meeting of the bunnies
Celebrate and Decorate – Spring Table Decor
Red Cottage Chronicles – Blue and White Tablescape for Spring
Me and My Captain – Spring, When Flowers Bloom and Nature Sings
Thrifting Wonderland – Spring Forward Tablescape
Bluesky at Home – Bunnies and Blue Spring Tablescape
Dinner at Eight – Welcoming Spring with a Fluffle of Bunnies
Zucchini Sisters – Lavender and Sage Spring Tablescape
Hi Rebecca! I just live your lavender and sage table! The toile tablecloth is absolutely charming and I like the little touches like the book page tins! Thrifty chic, for sure!! We’ll done digging into your stash and not spending your cash 🤣☺️
Sometimes I do better than others with that.
Your table is so soothing and welcoming- so ideal for Spring!
It was lovely partying with you!!
Jennifer at Celebrating Everyday Life
Rebecca, Your table is adorable! I can see why you have treasured that tablecloth, it is gorgeous! I would want to use that again and again and try out all kinds of different table styles with it. How lovely that you didn’t need to buy anything! I try to keep re-using the same items I have in different ways! Happy Spring and Happy Easter to you! Give that sweet pup a hug and a pet!
Rebecca, I love your centrepiece! It caught my eye right away. The simplicity of the moss tucked into the bowl looks perfect surrounded by the light and airy lavender wreath. Your plates are especially pretty. I love the dainty pattern that is perfect for spring. The tablecloth is gorgeous! How cleaver to pain the cherub. It looks perfect on the table filled with the lavender candy! Happy Spring 🙂
Rebecca, your table is so beautifully set for spring! The purple toile tablecloth is so pretty paired with the sweet floral vintage china. The bouquets of lavender are such a lovely touch for spring. It is always a joy to join you on these hops. Happy spring!
Rebecca, your lavender color toile tablecloth is such a treasure and sets the perfect backdrop for your lovely pieces like your delicate dinnerware. Your use of various textures like in your charger, placemats and your centerpiece really contrasts with the other delicate items too. Your white painted cherub holding your chocolates is a lovely detail to this table. It fits in beautifully and was made just for this tablescape for Spring and Easter. Happy Easter.
Your China a so pretty and the cherub is adorable. I would enjoy sitting at this table!
This is a very achievable look that inspires me. I cannot do the really expensive layer upon layer of new decor looks. The ironstone chamber pot reused from the laundry room and the can vases are just two examples. Love this.
Oh Rebecca, this is soo pretty. The toile tablecloth is wonderful and I can see why you would never tire of it. I love your chamber pot on the lavender wreath filled with reindeer moss and the butterfly alight – what a lovely centerpiece it makes. Love the book page tin cans with lavender – what a clever idea. Your Crooksville china is beautiful and the cherub is so precious. What a gorgeous table. I hope you have a wonderful Easter and happy spring to you!
What a beautiful toile tablecloth and foundation for your spring table! So pretty in lavender instead of the more traditional toile colors of blue, black or red. Your cherub offering up chocolate is so sweet and I love the addition of your book page tin cans. It’s always a treat to join you at the table and hop with you. Happy Spring!
You had me with lavender – such a lovely tablescape!
Rebecca, I am a big fan of toile and this tablecloth makes my heart sing. It is a beautiful foundation for your lavender and sage tablescape. The book page tin cans are a wonderful idea that I need to borrow. The centerpiece is creative and I am most impressed that you used what you had on hand and you created a beautiful table! Happy Spring!
Rebecca, your spring table is so pretty. I am in love with your lavender toile tablecloth. It is a treasure. Lavender and sage were a perfect choice as accents. I haven’t had much luck growing lavender or sage, but I love them.
Have a wonderful Easter and spring.
Rebecca, kudos to you for using what you have in your spring tablescape! It gives off such delicate vibe with its pastel shade of lavender and sage. The toile runner is a beauty, and lavender is one of my favorite plants to grow and harvest. (hoping right now that my four new plants last year made it through our Christmas arctic blast, only time will tell). The wreath for centerpiece is a great alternative to the typical, on the door styling. Love the napkins and china together. They look like they’re made for each other. Very pretty. Thank you for taking time to join the group this spring. Wishing you continued success in your studies, and a wonderful spring.
* tablecloth, not runner….even better!
Rebecca, I love the lavender and sage theme. I wish I had smellavision!! I can only imagine how fragrant your beautiful table would be!! I love the moss centerpiece with the butterfly. I hope you have a wonderful Spring🌷🌼🌱
I think your lavender toile tablecloth is such a lovely base for your pretty spring dinnerware and your theme. I love the white centerpiece, and I especially LOVE the book page tin cans. Thanks for the link because I would like to make them! Happy Spring!
Hi Rebecca! What a lovely table of sage and lavender. Your toile lavender tablecloth is so pretty and a definite treasure to have and use. Lavender the plant is a favorite of mine as is lavender the color and your table reflects both beautifully. I believe your DIY cherub does indeed fit in with your theme. I get a certain satisfaction when I re-purpose an item as you did with your chamber pot from your laundry room. I recently switched a night bedside table for a living room table and they both look so fresh as if I have purchased something new…for each room. I also like using a wreath to encircle a centerpiece. Who says items have to be a one trick pony? It is always a pleasure to blog hop with you. Happy Spring and Easter to you and yours.
Hi Rebecca, I love your lavender and sage color scheme, so so pretty! The toile tablecloth is lovely and the moss chamber pot with the butterfly in the centerpiece sitting in the faux lavender wreath looks so pretty~so are the book page tin cans with lavender. Your cherub bearing chocolates is adorable! Happy Spring! 🌷🐇🌷
This is such a pretty color combination, Rebecca. I love that you borrowed your centerpiece from the laundry room–I do that too 😉 Happy spring! Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction
Rebecca, what a beautiful spring table and color scheme. I too love the toile tablecloth, and I can almost smell the scent of lavender. Happy spring!
Rebecca, I’m a table linens fan and I love your lavender toile tablecloth! Yours has particularly lovely scenes which I’m sure have inspired many a tablescape over the years. Sage is a perfect pairing with lavender and the two make a lovely spring table. I’ve enjoyed hopping with you!
Rebecca, it’s so nice when a table is set with cherished items. Love the toile tablecloth that you have kept so well for so many years. The vintage china with it’s lovely flowered pattern works well to welcome Spring. lavender is a wonderful Spring color and who doesn’t love the scent of fresh lavender blooms. Happy Spring!
Rebecca, I’m so excited to see your lovely spring table. The toile tablecloth is gorgeous and is the perfect background for your painted cherub. I love how you mixed in the wreath with lavender. Happy to be hopping with you again.