Back in June before I left for the Hamptons, I set a pretty summer tablescape that I’m so excited to share with you. As with painting, building tabelscapes is one of my favorite creative outlets. The process of layering different elements, choosing a color scheme, and letting the table evolve naturally as I go, is very soothing to me.
Sometimes I create tablescapes for no reason at all, other than to have a mental break! Below I’ve compiled three of my easiest tips for creating a pretty tablescape to share with friends or family members this summer.
3. Vary the Sizes of Your Vessels: For this table I went with a wide variety of vase sizes - using a large rectangular ginger jar vessel for the center of the table, along with several small bud vases in varying chinoiserie patterns. The mix of heights and sizes gives the table interest, and fills in the table nicely. I found all of the vases at vintage or antique stores - the best places to source vases in my opinion! But there are tons of options available online too!
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