Several Simple Dining Table Centerpiece Ideas filled with fresh spring looks and even some subtle nods to Easter.
Welcome to another round of the Pinterest Challenge, hosted by Cindy from County Road 407!
This month we are creating simple dining table centerpieces with a nod towards spring and Easter. If you’re looking for some spring kitchen decorating ideas, you’ve come to the right place!
And, if you’ve found your way here from French Ethereal, welcome! Barbara always has such pretty designs.
If you haven’t heard about the Pinterest Challenge before, here’s how it works: Several different bloggers take the same photo, and create something similar that will work in their own homes, and with their own style. It’s so fun to see all the different interpretations of the same photo!
You can see some of my past Pinterest Challenge posts here:
- Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece
- Spring Kitchen Decor
- Birdhouse Spring Decor
- A Traditional Spring Table Vignette
Our inspiration photo this month comes from Suzy at Worthington Court.
I love everything about her simple dining table filled with neutral colors and pops of springy green!
This is so my style too, so I set about gathering up things around my own home to create something similar for my dining table.
Simple Dining Table Centerpiece Ideas
I’m so ready for warm weather and sunshine again, so I really enjoyed getting out some of my simple spring kitchen decor this week.
Coinicidentally, I already had the exact same tiered tray that Suzy used in the inspiration photo.
I love styling tiered trays, and have done several for various holidays, but I typically display mine on the kitchen island, so decorating it as part of a dining table centerpiece this time was fun!
Like Suzy, I kept my color choices neutral and springy green.
I gathered items around my house that represent spring, and layered them on and around my rustic tiered tray. Some of the items I selected were:
- Bunnies and rabbits of various sizes, all neutral colored.
- Mini terracotta clay pots
- Faux Easter eggs in muted colors
- White candles–I wrapped some twine around a small glass votive jar to give it texture and more visual interest
- White ironstone bowls that were my great-grandmother’s
- A small rustic church ornament (Suzy used a tiny birdhouse, which I didn’t have, so this was a good substitute and works well with this arrangement)
- Mini potted plants for greenery
- Woven water hyacinth circular placemats
- Pretty, but simple dinnerware
- Tiny nest with eggs
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I have a long dining table, and I love how this arrangement spills out of the tiered tray and along the length of the table.
A small arrangement in the center of a big table can look disproportionate, but this simple dining table centerpiece is a better fit.
Adding a simple stack of dinner plates to the side is an easy way to add to the table centerpiece. It almost gives the impression that dinner is almost ready for people to grab a plate and dig in!
Spring isn’t quite here in Iowa yet (can you see the snow still in the pasture?), but this simple dining table centerpiece adds a little touch of spring in my kitchen to help me stay patient until spring arrives.
Next, I hope you’ll hop over to see Laura at Everyday Edits. You’re going to love her beautiful Easter centerpiece!
Plus, don’t forget to check out all the other simple dining table centerpiece ideas linked up below! It’s like taking a little home tour to gather lots of ideas and inspiration for your own beautiful spring centerpiece decor.
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