Say the word “seashells” and I’m in!
This table was styled by myself and Margie Streater from Nita’s Flowers in Bryan, Texas. Nita’s sells these fabulous red lanterns and faux branches. The rest of the story called for seashells, sand and summer florals.
We layered a Pottery Barn burlap runner and lace crochet runner from Hobby Lobby. Then added our red lanterns, with sand and seashells inside and tied the top off with a little burlap rope! The small cylinder candles you’ll see are from Mixture USA. Shop their candles because they are amazing with amazing glass colors. *Not an affiliate with them just LOVE their product!
After adding the lanterns, we added larger shells, faux branches, driftwood and our plates, napkins, & glassware. Plates were perfect because they had a naturally distressed look, They are Pottery Barn “Portugal”. I’ve included a link with the newer version “Cabana” in melamine (Stone Color)! The bowls we used as serving pieces were from Margies’ large collection of vintage ironstone. I AM A FAN and on the lookout for my own pieces. I’ve been able to find ironstone or earthenware on Etsy, YAY!
Nita’s had some gorgeous locally grown sunflowers, which had to be part of this table because of their perfect soft yellow color. Flatware sold here, glasses from William Sonoma and napkins, similar ones sold here. Everything we used had was either soft beige or soft yellow tone.
What a fun collaboration with the Margie from Nita’s Flowers.
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