Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece

It’s time again for another fun Pinterest Challenge, hosted by Cindy from County Road 407! This month’s challenge is all about creating a beautiful summer table with a glass bottle centerpiece.

If you’re stopping by from Shiplap and Shells, welcome! Kim’s stunning garden near the water is the perfect place to enjoy outdoor dining, don’t you think?

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:

Our inspiration photo this month comes from Karen at Sanctuary Home Decor. Wouldn’t you just love to sit down and dine at this beautiful table? There are so many things to love about it!

Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece from Sanctuary Home.

My Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece

I’m using many of the same elements as Karen for my summer table with a glass bottle centerpiece:

  • outdoor dining space
  • a variety of glass bottles
  • flowers cut from my own garden
  • taper candles
  • similar place settings and cloth napkins
  • bread board
Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece

We love eating outside almost every night when nicer weather arrives, especially because we have this screened porch off the back of the house. We can dine here in peace, without any bugs bothering us, and watch the sun set as we eat most evenings.

Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece

Karen’s inspiration photo is a lovely reminder that dining outside doesn’t have to be just for grilling or BBQ dinners with paper plates. You can still set a lovely table outside on the patio, porch, or deck, and enjoy a beautiful dinner outdoors, candles and all!

Roses for Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece

Karen used peonies in her summer table with a glass bottle centerpiece, but sadly, my peony blooms are long gone already. But my roses are producing like crazy, so I cut several pretty pink stems to use in my bottles. These are my rescued clearance roses that I planted last year. You’d never know they were marked down to only $5 and looking a bit sad at the time. They’ve definitely come back to life!

Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece

The bottles in my centerpiece are a combination of bud vases saved from my daughter’s wedding, and little vintage bottles that I gave my mom as a gift for her last Mother’s Day.

Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece

Two of the crystal candlesticks were a long-ago wedding gift from my Grandma Rose, and the other two were a gift from my mother-in-law.

Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece

The stemmed bubble glasses are vintage and were inherited from my Grandma Louise.

I love using all of my sentimental pieces to create a pretty table.

Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece

Summer is all about relaxing, slowing down a bit, and enjoying the warmer weather. Setting a beautiful outdoor dining space is a great way to do all three.

Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece

Next, I hope you’ll pop over to see Laura’s casual, but beautiful outdoor dining tablescape!

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16 thoughts on “Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece

  1. Your table is so pretty. And the view is gorgeous as well. I love all of the pink roses. It’s just enough. So cozy and inviting. Thank you for sharing at #omhgww. See you next week.

  2. Niky, your table is absolutely STUNNING with your roses, the crystal candlesticks and all the milk glass vases!!! Such a pretty setting inside the sunporch and THE VIEW! {Can we say jealous over here??!} I love that everything you used on your table was a gift from a family member. I have so many things that were my mother’s, my grandmother’s or a gift from my mother-in-law ~ they mean so much to me, too.

    Enjoy your lovely table and the changing views,
    Hugs,
    Barb 🙂

  3. Your table looks so pretty, Niky. The view from your screened porch is lovely. Using inherited pieces along with pieces that have special memories makes your table extra special.

  4. A screened in porch? What a great setting for your beautiful table! It was a great idea to use roses from your garden, and I love how you incorporated some of your inherited items as part of the centerpiece. Also, that view in the background looks amazing!

  5. Niky, your outdoor table is just beautiful! I love that you clipped your own roses for the centerpiece, and those glasses you inherited from your grandma are so lovely!

  6. My goodness, Niky. Your roses are gorgeous. The bright pink color is so pretty. The setting for your outdoor table is beautiful. What a wonderful place to share a meal and enjoy the lovely view. I love how you used your inherited pieces and candlesticks. That’s always special.

  7. How nice it would be to be able to eat outside with that lovely view and not have bugs bother you! That’s the way to go! And I love your sentimental pieces and how you set your tables centerpiece – short things in front. So clever and cute. And girl, you know I love pink! Thank you for joining in. I know you were busy so it means a lot. Pinned

  8. Your roses are stunning Niky! What a great view to have dinner by. I love that the stemmed glasses you used were your grandma’s, how special. And the fact that most of the items on the table have sentimental meaning makes it even better. So lovely.

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