Farmhouse Spring Tablescape {It’s All Set}

farmhouse spring tablescape

Spring is one of my very favorite seasons in Texas.  Yes, we do have a lot of storms this time of year, but the mild temperatures, the sunshine and the gorgeous Spring flowers take center stage.

It’s the time of the year when we really enjoy dining outdoors on our back porch because it’s not too hot outside yet. 

When it’s just the four of us, we are pretty casual and use whatever plate we want and eat buffet style.  We just dish it up indoors and take it outside to enjoy the weather and the pool side view. 

But, when friends come over, I fancy it up a bit and try to make it feel a little extra special.

farmhouse spring tablescape


I love the casual and comfortable beauty of farmhouse style dining, so I thought I would put together a farmhouse Spring tablescape.   This setting is perfect for a special lunch with friends, don’t you think?

outdoor spring tablescape farmhouse style


I don’t have a real farmhouse table outside so I just spread an old tattered quilt on top of what I have to give it that rustic appeal.

variegated ivy in clay pot


I didn’t create a fancy center piece either.  I simply used what sits out here every day — two pots of ivy resting in a galvanized tray that’s getting naturally rusty from the elements.  I love it’s simplicity.

I added two glass hurricanes that protect the candles from the wind and the first layer was set!

glass hurricane and silver candle sticks


The place settings are so simple, and extremely inexpensive. 

The white plates are from IKEA and the mix and match blue and white plates are thrift store finds!

blue and white place settings


The vintage silverware came from my grandma.

vintage silverware white plates


The finishing touch is a few sprigs of rosemary from my garden tied together with a gingham ribbon.

blue and white plate with rosemary sprigs and gingham ribbon


I love the blue and orange together with the fresh rosemary.

farmhouse table with blue and white


The table is all set for a relaxed afternoon with best friends!

Iā€™m joining with 6 other bloggers to bring you this monthly tablescape series.

It's All Set Logo | Tablescape Series |

I invite you to enjoy the wonderful posts below celebrating spring at the table…

Cedar Hill Farmhouse

Cedar Hill tablescape-2016-spring


Old + New Spring Tablescape |

The Enchanted Home

Enchanted Home tablescape

Lilacs and Longhorns

Lilacs + Longhorns farmhouse spring tablescape

Town and Country Living


Stone Gable 

Stone Gable tablescape

signature with flowers

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16 thoughts on “Farmhouse Spring Tablescape {It’s All Set}

  1. I love it!! So casually elegant! I especially love mixing the dishes like that. I have to try that.

  2. It certainly is extra special!! I so love your blue and white dishes and with the rosemary sprig and bow, they look delightful… šŸ™‚ Also loving the quilt and grandma’s flatware!! Just beautiful!

  3. Julie, I’m in love with your grandma’s silverware. How nice that you have it in your home! The quilted tablecloth is a sweet touch and I always love al fresco dining. Your setting is beautiful! Thanks for inviting me to be part of this group. šŸ™‚

  4. Beautiful table, Julie! There is nothing that beats a blue and white table, it is so fresh and crisp. I ā™„ the rosemary sprig tucked into that bitty touch of orange…blue and orange pair so well.
    Have a great week.

  5. Lovely!!! I, too, always tuck fresh herbs in my settings…I try to intertwine them around the fork tines…always elicits an exclamation!! franki

  6. Julie, your table is charming. I love the idea of using a quilt on the table, and the sprigs of rosemary are a perfect touch. Not only do they add beauty, but the fragrance of rosemary is so good for us.

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