Set up your Easter or spring table with moody colors for a boho and chic tablescape with some easy DIYs and decorating tips.
Welcome to day five of A Very Global Easter! Today Casa Watkins Living and I are sharing an Easter table idea. Since all of my Easter DIYs this week have been inspired by some moody hues, I decided to set a boho chic tablescape that would have a fun eclectic twist for a spring or Easter setting.
A Boho Chic Easter Table
I started out by using a dark green thin blanket as a tablecloth. Each setting is a great example of how to mix low and high items! You’ll find some dollar store greenery layered with an thrifted copper charger, Dresden china plate (passed down from my grandmother), a plastic dollar store plate, and topped with DIY black rabbit place card napkin ring. My grandmother’s crystal water glasses and gold bamboo serving ware I snagged on eBay complete the set.
You can see our dining area is a small space between our living room and kitchen. I have some big plans for the upcoming ORC (the One Room Challenge starting next month!) that will really help the dining area feel more like a room. We don’t mind the coziness and there’s plenty of room for fold out tables in the living room that we use during the holidays.
The centerpiece is a gold candlestick from IKEA and colorful candlesticks from Cost Plus World Market. I set out a couple of potted succulents and DIY botanical Easter eggs.
Aren’t the candle colors fun? They were my color inspiration for all of the globally inspired Easter DIYs this year.
You can see how fun it is to layer china with pastic-ware and dollar store greenery and not even care. There’s not a reason to buy anything new when you can mix and match what you have!
I hope you enjoyed my boho chic Easter tablescape and were inspired with ideas for your holiday table. Make sure to stop by Casa Watkins Living if you haven’t yet and enjoy her spring boho chic kitchen island decor.
Next week we’ll finish off the series with two more DIYs. You won’t want to miss it! In the meantime, you can catch more spring and Easter posts here.