10 of the Prettiest Easter Tablescapes

The Easter holiday brings about so many sentiments from faith, family, springtime, and new growth. These pretty Easter tablescapes include everything from boho chic, vibrant colors, and traditional pastels to celebrate this springtime season.


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Such beautiful whimsical details in this pretty tablescape. From the moss runner to the dainty floral teacups give this table an 'Alice in Wonderland' feeling.


Source: Manuel Canovas Photography: Donna Griffith

The usual Easter pastels are always great, but why not try some vibrant, colorful linens to jazz up your table this year! This orange/fuchsia combination gives a playfulness to this traditional toile.


Source: Casa de Perrin

The juxtaposition of the worn teal table against the beautiful golds and delicate florals create an elegant, dramatic tablescape.


Source: Calder Clark Photography: A Bryan Photo

The crisp white linens and springtime green are the perfect color combo for this outdoor table setting.


Source: Ginny Au Photography: Emily Ann Hughes

The pastel pink linen is the epitome of Easter color and it adds perfect softness to this outdoor tablescape.


Source: styling by Buffy Hargett Photography by Manuel Sanchez

Blue and white forever! How gorgeous is this tablescape complete with blue and white dyed Easter eggs. You can never go wrong with these classic, elegant colors.


Source: Jessica Burke via Style Me Pretty

Lovely lavender brings this tablescape to life. These purple hues are perfectly complimented with antique crystal and gold flatware. 


Source: Stockroom Vintage photography by Alissa Saylor

Go green! This tablescape layered with the most beautiful natural greens simply couldn't be any prettier. Don't underestimate Mother Nature's ability to create a stunning Easter table for your celebration.


Source: Buffy Hargett Photography by Hector Manuel Sanchez

The teal patterned napkins and runner are a breath of fresh air and add some bold color to this charming tablescape.


Source: Alise Taggart photography by Paula O'Hara

There is nothing unrefined about this rustic beauty; and it only proves you don't have to have traditional, delicate colors and textures for your Easter tablescape.  

We hope you have a beautiful Holiday and that these tablescapes inspire you to get creative this year! How are you planning to design your Easter table this year?

2018 Trends......Will you or won't you?

Every year Pinterest compiles their predictions for the top interior design trends of the year; which are based around popularity and pinning trends. So without further ado......here are the Top 10 home design trends for 2018 and some of our favorite examples to help bring your 'pinspiration' to life.

1. Sage is all the rage. Beautiful shades of this neutral green are giving the grays and 'greige' colors of previous years a run for their money. 


Source: Design by Sarah Stacey. Photo by Buff Strickland


2. Resort Inspired Decor. We all want home to represent that safe haven; the place to unwind, relax and escape from the hustle and bustle of jobs, commutes, and busyness that accompanies everyday life. Everything from tropical prints, rattan furniture and spa-style bathrooms are huge trends and seem to reveal our need to slow things down and savor our own resort living right at home.


Source: Justin Coit via Better Homes & Gardens


Source: Design by Lindsey Lane. Photo by Peter Murdock Photography via: House Beautiful

3. Terrazzo. This 70's style flooring is making a comeback in a huge way. The current trend of this inexpensive material is going beyond flooring and being used from table tops to wall clocks. Gone is the traditional, sterile, hospital/office building feel and it is giving way to a much more modern, sleek and pretty style. This trend shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.


Source: Bettina Tomasone via Apartment Therapy

4. Statement Front Doors. We couldn't be any happier about this trend. Everything from the Pantone color of the year 'Ultra Violet,' to fire engine red, to a happy yellow......if its bold its on trend. 


Source: Design by Ken Fulk. Photo Francesco Lagnese via House Beaurtiful


Source: The Roper House Chraleston, SC photographed by Dale Powell

5. Mixed Metallics. Mixed metals are still popping up all over in the design realm, creating loads of texture and visual interest. Try choosing a primary metal such as gold or bronze as your anchor and then layer from there.


Source: Jonathan Adler


Source: Design by Garrow Kedigian. Photographed by Douglas Friedman

6. Statement Ceilings.  This could possibly be our most favorite trend this year. Statement ceilings have a timeless, chic effect that not only add interest but quite literally elevate a space to the next level. 


Source: Susan Simonpietri of Chango & Co. via Architectural Digest


Source: Domino

7. Patterned Plants. Move over succulents, its patterned leaf plants that are all the craze in 2018. Bonus: not only do you get natural beautiful colors and patterns in your space but they help keep your indoor air healthy too. Win, win! 


Source: Photography via Rolling Green Nursery

8. Bone Inlay. Craftsmen for centuries have been using bone inlay to add beauty and texture to their creations. Bone offers a natural sheen and reflective quality that instantly adds character to your furniture and space.


Source: Anthropologie


Source: Produced by Orli Ben-Dor. Photography by Max Kim-Bee

9. Wood. Working with wood in your interior brings warmth and character. From ceilings to statement walls to paneling, give this trend a try to bring a new dimension to your space. 


Source: Sarah Bartholomew Design


Source: Carlos Domenech via Veranda

10. Large Scale Wall Art. Nothing makes a statement quite like an oversized piece of art. Art is one of our most favorite design tools to capture a client's personality and taste in a most unique way. This awesome trend says go big or go home!


Source: Image via The Decorista


Source: photography via thisisglamorous.com

We definitely have some favorites out of these Pinterest predictions. What are some of your faves?