“Monday, Monday, so good to me. Monday mornin’, it was all I hoped it would be.” Pleeeeease tell me you know that song. I’m going way back to the 60’s with this one, but it’s so good, right? For some reason I can’t get it out of my head while I’m sitting here trying to write this post for you lovely people. It probably doesn’t help that I’ve watched this video four times now. It just reels me in. The dance moves, the outfits, the pointy mustaches. It’s all too good. And I’d say it’s the perfect little jingle to start a Monday, although I have absolutely no idea what the song is really about. Anyway, moving right on! I’m pretty jazzed about today’s post because I’m sharing a simple farmhouse spring tablescape. I haven’t done many of these here on the ol’ blog, so I’m excited to show you what I came up with. This was an easy look to put together and I think it could work perfectly for Easter too.
I grabbed four of my old vintage jars for the centerpieces here. I love these so much more than normal vases, they’re really the perfect size.
If any of you caught my Instagram stories last week you saw how I created this look using one of those weird square greenery tiles from Michael’s. Do you know the ones I’m talking about? You can see an example of one here. I actually asked my IG peeps what they were supposed to be used for and no one seemed to know for sure. A lot of people said they could be used to hang on the wall to create some kind of photo backdrop, but it remains a mystery for the most part. I decided to pluck the little individual stems off and use them to fill in around the wicker balls. I have no clue if I’m using them the right way, but I actually love how this little bowl looks with some greenery.
I’ve had these wicker balls forever and they’re actually really handy to have around. You can use them for so many different looks. And they’re only a few bucks each, which is always a win.
I had to bring out a few of my old antique hankies. Each plate has a different one. Have I told you guys that I have a small obsession with vintage linens? The dresser in our dining room is full of old tablecloths and doilies, but I’m always looking for more.
I couldn’t help it. I had to spruce up this old dresser and my Grandpa’s wooden toolbox with a few faux flowers and these adorable boxwood topiaries.
There ya have it my friends, a simple farmhouse spring tablescape. I’m usually not a big tablescape person, but I had a lot of fun putting this together. Plus I recently picked up these pretty white dishes from Target, so it was awesome to use those for this look too. And can I just say how much I love the combination of the pink tulips and the baby’s breath. I’ve said it here before and I will say it again–baby’s breath ranks pretty darn high on my list of favorite flowers. Wait, it is a flower, right? Or is it more of a weed? I don’t know, but either way I looooove it. And they actually last a really long time, which just makes me love them even more.
Well I hope you all have a fabulous Monday! Thanks a million for dropping by and spending part of your day with me, I always appreciate it. I’ll see you back tomorrow with a fun little DIY post!
Other spring goodness you might want to check out:
Dining Room Sources:
Dining Table: HERE
Love Grows Best Sign: HERE
Wicker Balls: HERE
White Chairs: thrifted find
Dresser & Toolbox: Vintage
Boxwood Wreath: HERE
Tufted Chairs: HERE
Wood Beaded Corinne Chandelier: HERE
Blue Villa Tripe Table Runner: HERE
Farmhouse Chalkboard: HERE
Paint Color: Autumn Blonde by Sherwin Williams